Airline Cabin Crew Diploma Program

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Program Overview

Our Airline Cabin Crew Diploma Program is meticulously designed for individuals aspiring to embark on a dynamic career in the aviation industry. At the core of our program is a focus on preparing students to become competent cabin crew professionals, capable of delivering exceptional customer service and handling unusual situations during flights. The curriculum includes a specialized Safety Equipment Procedure (SEP), essential for ensuring the safety and security of passengers onboard.

Contact our admissions team today or request information on upcoming program start dates.

This comprehensive 21-week program, totaling 615 hours of intensive training, is dedicated to equipping students with the fundamental skills and knowledge required to excel as Airline Cabin Crew members.

Career Opportunities

Upon successful completion, graduates are fully prepared to step into the role of Airline Cabin Crew, where they will play a pivotal role in enhancing the passenger experience while ensuring safety protocols are meticulously followed.

Program Admission Requirements

Candidates must meet the following criteria:

  • An acceptable Criminal Record Check
  • Meet the IATA proportional Height and Weight standards
  • Medical fitness as per Aviation Standards

Domestic Students

  • Grade 10 English
  • English Language Proficiency Assessment Test conducted by the College (scoring 60% or more)

International Students

  • IELTS: 5.5 or
  • TOEFL (paper): 550 or
  • TOEFL (CBT): 210 or
  • TOEFL (IBT): 79 or
  • Canadian Language Benchmark Test (CLB): 6
  • PTE Academic: 50 or
  • Cambridge: CAE or
  • Has earned a Grade 12 graduation diploma from in a system in which English is the official language, or
  • Successfully completed a pre-Intermediate certificate from a Language Canada accredited school or
  • Successfully complete the College’s English language proficiency assessment (scoring 60% or more), or
  • Successful completion of 24-week ESL program at the College

Learning Objectives

Graduates of this program will be adept at:

  • Efficiently performing as Airline Cabin Crew.
  • Managing emergency and difficult situations during flights.
  • Providing in-flight service and making announcements.
  • Meeting the highest in-flight service standards.

Program Outline

Below is outline of the core courses required for graduation.

Course # Title of Course/Work Experience Component # of Hours
ACC101 Introduction to Airline Industry 14
ACC102 Air Transport Flight Operations 21
ACC103 Cabin Crew Role and Responsibility 21
ACC104 In Flight Service Standards 14
ACC105 In flight announcement & Communication Skills 35
ACC106 Personal Grooming & Hygiene 35
ACC107 Safety Procedure 14
ACC108 Emergency Procedure 35
ACC109 Emergency Equipment 21
ACC110 Aircraft Types 14
ACC111 Medical Emergencies, CPR & First Aide 35
ACC112 Aviation Security, Self-defense & Fire Fighting 35
ACC113 Dangerous Goods 21
ACC114 Airline Catering, On Board Retail Services, Inflight Entertainment & Food Safety 35
ACC115 Customer Services including dealing with difficult Passengers 35
ACC116 Mockup, Drills, Fall Safe and Swimming 160
ACC117 Essential French Language Skills for Cabin Crew 70
  Total Timeframe 21 Weeks

Fee Structure

1 Tuition $9,500 Domestic Students
2 Application Fee $250
3 Course Materials $400
Total $10,150
1 Tuition $12,500 International Students
2 Application Fee $250
3 Course Materials $400
Total $13,150


Completion Requirements

To graduate, students must achieve at least 60% in each course, maintain a C grade average or higher, complete 160 hours of in-house Mock-up drills/practical demonstrations and service, and attend at least 85% of classes.

Financial Assistance

Western Community College offers a variety of financial aid opportunities to ease students’ stress and allow them to focus on their studies. If you need extra support, we have flexible funding to accommodate all our students, no matter their financial situation.

  • BC Student Loan
  • In-house Financing
  • Student Line of Credit
  • Scholarships

Our dedicated Financial Aid Officers will help you every step of the way.

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Why Study at Western Community College

  • Installment-based, low tuition fee.
  • 100% Practicum Placement
  • Weekday, weekend, and evening classes optionally available
  • Part-time or full-time class schedule
  • Free CLB preparation classes * Conditions Apply
  • Graduate employment rate: 97%

Admissions Contact Information

Mon – Sunday 9:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.

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