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EOSH UK - Award in Aviation Safety for Cabin

(EOSH - Environmental Occupational Safety and Health)

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Overview

The Award in Aviation Safety for Cabin is a specialized course designed to provide cabin crew members with essential knowledge and skills related to safety practices and procedures specific to the cabin environment. The course covers a range of topics including emergency procedures, passenger safety, cabin equipment operation, crew resource management, and aviation regulations. Participants will learn how to effectively handle in-flight emergencies, ensure passenger safety, and contribute to a safe and secure cabin environment.

Duration

The qualification has recommended course duration of 4-5 days.
Note: However the course duration may be increased to meet additional learning needs if required but not reduced.

Modules

• Introduction to Cabin Safety
• Aviation Regulations and Standards for Cabin Crew
• Emergency Procedures and Evacuation
• Passenger Safety and Emergency Equipment
• Crew Resource Management and Teamwork
• Medical Emergencies and First Aid in the Cabin
• Fire Safety and Smoke Detection
• Security Procedures and Threat Awareness
• Customer Service and Communication Skills
• Crisis Management and Stress Handling
• Aircraft Systems and Cabin Operations
• In-flight Service and Safety Briefings.

Assessment

This qualification is evaluated using assessments and Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQ). To receive this qualification, the learner must pass both tests with a certain percentage.

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