Cabin Crew

Cabin crew are directly responsible for the safety and comfort of passengers and other crew members. This training pathway has been developed in conjunction with commercial airlines and experiences cabin crew training managers and offers valuable experience and skills in emergency response drills, first aid, responsible service of alcohol, customer service skills, personal grooming, and preparation for cabin duties.

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Aircraft Maintenance has been identified as a key skills growth area with high demand for employees in Australia and across the world.

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Cabin crew are directly responsible for the safety and comfort of passengers and other crew members.

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