EASA conversion course

Cabin Crews holding a non-European Cabin Crew qualification can easily convert to EASA Cabin Crew Attestation.

Intensive onsite training is dedicated to experienced Cabin Crew to convert their non-European Cabin Crew license and those who have been absent from flying duties for more than five years.

The training program is designed to cover all elements relevant to the duties and responsibilities required of the cabin crew. EASA Conversion Cabin Crew training program consists of 9 theoretical and practical training modules on relevant topics under the Aircrew regulation for the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), including aviation regulations and security, handling passengers, dangerous goods, First Aid and survival modules, and others.

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Course Entry Requirements:

  • AGE – The applicant for a cabin crew attestation shall be at least 18 years old.
  • HEALTH – The applicant must hold a valid EASA Cabin Crew medical certificate.
  • DIPLOMA – High School Graduation diploma. 
  • LANGUAGE SKILLS – The applicant must speak, read and write in English.
  • SWIMMING SKILLS – The candidate must be able to swim.
  • LICENSECabin Crew license.

Course Entry Requirements:

Age

The applicant for a cabin crew attestation shall be at least 18 years old.

Diploma

High School Graduation diploma.

Health

The applicant must hold a valid EASA Cabin Crew medical certificate.

Swimming Skills

The candidate must be able to swim.

Language Skills

The applicant must speak, read and write in English.

License

Cabin Crew license.

Course Entry Requirements:

Age

The applicant for a cabin crew attestation shall be at least 18 years old.

Health

The applicant must hold a valid EASA Cabin Crew medical certificate.

Language Skills

The applicant must speak, read and write in English.

Swimming Skills

The candidate must be able to swim.

Diploma

High School Graduation diploma.

License

Cabin Crew license.

Assessment

The applicants must provide the following documents:

  • Passport copy;
  • EASA Cabin Crew medical certificate;
  • Copy of school graduation diploma;
  • Cabin Crew license (non-European);
  • Signed Cabin Crew Initial training agreement.
  • Student application form (Form No. CCITM-03), provided by Airhub Training;
  • Signed Cabin Crew Initial training agreement.

Course description:

Duration:  76 hours

Certifications

Cabin Crew is issued with EASA Cabin Crew attestation and course completion certificate.

Assessment

The applicants must provide the following documents:

  • Passport copy;
  • EASA Cabin Crew medical certificate;
  • Copy of school graduation diploma;
  • Cabin Crew license (non-European);
  • Signed Cabin Crew Initial training agreement.
  • Student application form (Form No. CCITM-03), provided by Airhub Training;
  • Signed Cabin Crew Initial training agreement.

Course description:

Duration:  76 hours

Certifications

Cabin Crew is issued with EASA Cabin Crew attestation and course completion certificate.

 

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