Initial Flight Attendant Course (IFAC) starting Monday 11th March 2019

  Contact us now to enrol 087 151 1417 or enrol online. We are starting to take registrations for our next course starting 11th MARCH 2019

            EXCITING NEWS: Pretoria Branch Opening later in 2019

  

 

 

 





Our Flight Attendant licensing course covers all the training modules required by the SACAA and includes all the regulatory requirements over a 7 week period.  We have a full mock up at our premises which allows the learners to train in an
R 16500.00
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To process your registration The Academny of Aviation charges a non-refundable administration fee.
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The successful application of regulations concerning the transport of dangerous goods is greatly dependant on the appreciation by all individuals concerned of the risks. This is achieved by properly planned and maintained initial and recurrent traini
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CRM Training encompasses a wide range of knowledge, skills and attitudes including communications, situational awareness, problem solving, decision making and team work; together with all the attendant sub-disciplines which each of these areas entail
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Aviation Medicine is a medical specialty which combines aspects of preventive, occupational, environmental and clinical medicine with the physiology and psychology of man in flight. It is concerned with the health and safety of those who fly; both cr


Are you prepared for an aircraft ditching? Can you survive in the water? Survival at sea is a very much dependant on the knowledge of the use of slide rafts and/or life rafts. You may survive the impact, but the lack of effective training, couple
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"A chain is as strong as its weakest link"All role players on the Aviation security chain must work together to ensure that the successful implementation of Aviation Security. The first priority of any crew will be the safety of the aircraf
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An inflight fire is extremely hazardous and constitutes a serious and complicated emergency.It cannot be over emphasised how rapidly a fire can spread, and for this reason, time is critical and the aircrew must be knowledgeable about the aircraft sys
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This one day recurrent course includes the following: Roles and responsibilities Equipment Communication Safety Procedures Evacuations Return to Courses
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ICAO has specified English Language Proficiency Requirements, and mandated that these requirements shall be effective from 5 March 2008. There are six levels of proficiency in the requirement (refer to Appendix 1 of ICAO Annex 1) In accordance w
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