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Level: 2

Location: The RoundHouse

Years: 1

Interview: Y

Course Summary

This qualification is for students who would like to develop their skills, knowledge and understanding to progress to a career as air cabin crew.

The course includes visits to airports and guest speakers.

 

Entry requirements

  • Introductory Certificate in Travel and Tourism

or

  •  GCSEs at grade D/3 or above in English and Maths plus two GCSEs at grade D/3

It is essential that you show a commitment to maintaining high standards of attendance and meeting deadlines.

 

Course Content

The mandatory units within this course are:

  • Role of the Air Cabin Crew
  • Airline Emergency Procedures
  • Variety of optional units

You will also undertake maths and English plus work experience.

 

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed via practical tasks, assignments and tests.

Are there any additional costs or specialist equipment required?

All students are required to wear the standard uniform which you can order  during enrolment. The cost is approximately £135, including a jacket, skirt for ladies and trousers for men, a shirt and either a tie or scarf. 

You may be able to secure financial support towards the cost of the uniform.

There will also be a charge for trips and visits of approximately £150.

What can I do after this course?

Further Study

You can consider advancing to the Level 3 Certificate in Aviation; Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Travel and Tourism; or a programme featuring a EuroCamp placement.

 

Careers

You can advance to a range of customer service job roles in the aviation sector.

 

Did you find the course information on this page useful?

 

This course is run at the Roundhouse Campus

About the Roundhouse »

Dave Essam

Dave Essam

Operations director attributes career journey to confidence gained at Derby College

Taking  leisure and tourism qualifications with Derby College led to the job in travel Dave Essam had always dreamed of.
Thanks to the knowledge – and confidence – he gained at South East Derbyshire College (now part of Derby College Group), he enjoyed a long career with Co-op Travel, spending more than seven years as assistant manager of the flagship Ilkeston branch.
Dave, now 40, said: “Working in the travel industry was amazing. I went all over the world and got to see so many countries, including America and Australia.”
Despite loving his work, he decided to switch careers in 2009, and is now operations director of Frontline Recruitment. He found the management and people skills he acquired while working in travel highly transferable to the recruitment sector.
Dave attributes much of his career success to the help and support he received when he first went to college aged 17.
He said: “I liked my time at college. It was a good set up and going there did a lot for my confidence. The lecturers were great – really supportive – and I’m still in touch with one of them, Julie Gibson. My family was going through a tough time back then as my mum had just been diagnosed with MS. The staff on my course were understanding and did all they could to help me. They worked hard for all of us and wanted everyone on the course to do well.”
Dave was promoted to his current role with Frontline Recruitment  in February 2019. The business delivers temporary, permanent and on-site recruitment solutions in sectors such as commercial, driving and industrial to clients in the UK & Europe.

I liked my time at college. It was a good set up and going there did a lot for my confidence. The lecturers were great – really supportive – and I’m still in touch with one of them, Julie Gibson. My family was going through a tough time back then as my mum had just been diagnosed with MS. The staff on my course were understanding and did all they could to help me. They worked hard for all of us and wanted everyone on the course to do well.

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