The comprehensive program will equip the next generation of Cabin Crew professionals with the knowledge and skills required for their careers to soar.
Prince Sultan Aviation Academy, a subsidiary of Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA), has announced a Cabin Crew Professional Training Program that is set to open for registration soon. The program will encompass 438 hours of academic and practical training at the world-class aviation academy and provides trainees with the necessary credentials to qualify as a professional Cabin Crew attendant in any airline.
Aspiring applicants will be able to sign up for the program by visiting www.psaa.com.sa. The training program is set to commence during the first quarter of 2022.
Entry requirements for the program include a high school diploma or a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university. Applicants must be aged 20 or above and pass fitness criteria. Candidates must also pass English language exams, interviews, and medical checks.
Captain Ismail Koshy, Managing Director of Prince Sultan Aviation Academy, stated that “As we continue to grow the education and training offered at Prince Sultan Aviation Academy, the latest program for Cabin Crew training comes at a time when aviation is well positioned for a strong recovery. We are preparing for the surge in demand in the air travel sector by providing a wide range of options for those wishing to pursue a career in aviation”.
Continued Captain Koshy, “At PSAA, we are cultivating and training those interested in working at an airline and helping the aviation industry prosper”.
The training program includes specialized courses covering topics such as in-flight service training, the tools and equipment used on board, industry terms and phrases, and the rules and regulations governing air service operations. Participants will be trained on safety and how to handle and use onboard safety equipment in the event of an emergency and will benefit from first aid and healthcare association courses.
Graduates from the course will receive official certification from the Academy that qualifies them to work for any airline, as well as a first-responder certification from the American Heart Association.