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Cabin Crew Courses

What will you study? To become cabin crew you’ll need to have a clear understanding of passenger and aircraft safety.  

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Why study to become cabin crew?

The opportunity to travel the world regularly is the biggest draw card.  The job often comes with the perk of discounted flights when you’re not working.  If you’re the type of person who enjoys working in a team and providing top-class service, then a career as a cabin crew member could be for you.  

What employment opportunities exist?  Cabin crew begin as juniors and acquire experience to advance to more senior positions.  A career as cabin crew will open you up to a variety of careers in service and hospitality field, particularly in the restaurant, hotel and tourism industries.

Who will you work for?  You’ll be employed by domestic and international airlines.  You could also find work for chartered flights or corporate jet companies.  

This is a highly competitive industry since many people see being cabin crew as a glamorous, fun career.  The more prepared you are for this field, the better your prospects for employment.  

Career options and possible career trajectory

LayersCabin Crew
LayersHotel Manager
LayersRestaurant manager

Recommended Competencies

  • Passion for traveling and courage to leave your comfort zone
  • Sense of responsibility
  • Sympathy and patience

Skills to learn next

  • Languages

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Why study to become cabin crew?

The opportunity to travel the world regularly is the biggest draw card.  The job often comes with the perk of discounted flights when you’re not working.  If you’re the type of person who enjoys working in a team and providing top-class service, then a career as a cabin crew member could be for you.  

What employment opportunities exist?  Cabin crew begin as juniors and acquire experience to advance to more senior positions.  A career as cabin crew will open you up to a variety of careers in service and hospitality field, particularly in the restaurant, hotel and tourism industries.

Who will you work for?  You’ll be employed by domestic and international airlines.  You could also find work for chartered flights or corporate jet companies.  

This is a highly competitive industry since many people see being cabin crew as a glamorous, fun career.  The more prepared you are for this field, the better your prospects for employment.