Better Future Training & Services provides in cooperation with Flydubai comprehensive range of cabin safety training programs to meet the requirements for cabin crew professionals today.
Our training programs are designed to ensure that continuous attention is given to the safety of passengers and that all crewmembers are prepared to handle procedures and address unforeseen circumstances.
Better Future Training & Services offers a combination of theoretical and practical training delivered by highly qualified instructors, using aircraft mock-ups, door trainers, fire- and smoke trainers and other emergency survival equipment. The importance of being proficient with all equipment and safety procedures is central to our training.
Better Future Training & Services continually monitors existing authority regulations and shares best practice with airline cabin crew professionals globally to ensure our training curricula are always current and delivered to the highest standards.
All of our courses meet international regulatory requirements and can be tailored to airline requirements, enabling specific airline checklists and procedures. Furthermore, we can develop completely customized courses to meet the requirements of airlines and other aircraft operators.
All Cabin Crew Training prepared by Better Future Training & Services is in accordance with CAR-OPS (formally known as JAR-OPS) 1 Subpart O standards and recommended practices & the Operator’s Training Manual (Part D). We prepare all study material and appropriate examinations which support each of the courses. Alternatively Better Future Training & Services can deliver your current courseware.
Every Cabin Crew must successfully complete initial safety training, before undertaking conversion - aircraft type specific training. The course is a rich programme comprised of theoretical and practical exercises, case studies, teamwork, testing and progress tracking. The following subjects are covered in detail during this course:
Theoretical classroom and practical training covering the following elements: Crew Co-operation & Communication, Flight and Duty Time Limitations, PA Announcements, Debriefing, Accident & Incident Reporting, Practical Exercises Pre-flight Briefing, Situational Awareness in Emergency Procedures, Time Management, Practical Training Case Scenario, Situational Leadership, Case Based Studies, Emergency Cases and Risk Management. (Not included in this course is the familiarization flight operating as a senior cabin crew member and the Line Oriented Flying Training (LOFT) exercise.
Theoretical classroom and practical training covering the following elements:
Human Factors in Aviation, CRM Principles & Objectives, Human Performances & Limitations, Personality Awareness, Human Error & Reliability, Attitudes & Behaviors, Self-assessment, Fatigue & Vigilance, Assertiveness, Situation Awareness, Information Acquisition & Processing.Operator’s Module
Error Prevention & Detection, Shared Situation Awareness, Workload Management, Effective Communication & Coordination, Leadership, Cooperation, Synergy, Decision-making & Actions, Management of Passengers Human Factors, Company Safety Culture, SOP’s, Effective Communication & Coordination with other personnel and ground services, Participation in Cabin Safety Incident & Accident Reporting and Case studies.Aircraft Type Specific Module
Operator module relevant to type
Our CRM Trainers (CRMT/CRMI) Core course is ideal for delegates who will deliver training programmes for the pilots and cabin crew of airlines and all other aviation operations. The course is suitable for participants who will be trainers in all aviation environments including ground, simulator and line training. The course syllabus meets the CRM training requirements of EASA, GCAA, FAA and all major regulatory bodies worldwide.
Theoretical classroom and practical training covering the following elements; Medical Aspects & First Aid, Practical First Aid Training and Automatic External Defibrillator Training (optional).
Theoretical classroom, practical training and actual handling of the emergency equipment covering the following elements: Actual Donning of a Lifejacket, Actual donning of Protective Breathing Equipment, Actual donning of Fire Extinguishers, Location & Use of all Emergency Equipment carried on board aircraft, Location & Use of all types of Exits, Operation & Use of Life Rafts (where fitted) and Pyrotechnics (if applicable).
Theoretical classroom, practical training and actual handling of the emergency equipment covering the following elements: Survival in Area of Operation, Water Survival and Practical Water Survival including Raft.
Theoretical classroom and practical training covering the following elements: General Philosophy, Limitations, Classification, Labelling and Marking, Recognition of Undeclared Dangerous Goods, Provisions of Passengers & Crew and Emergency Procedures.
Theoretical classroom and practical training covering the following elements: Principles of Adult learning, Stages of Learning, Elements of Effective Training, Role of the Instructor, Training Methods, Presentation and Facilitation Skills, Instructor techniques, Classroom Management and Designing a course.
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