What is a Cabin Crew?
A flight attendant, traditionally known as a steward or stewardess; or air host or hostess, is a member of the aircrew aboard commercial flights, many business jets, and some government aircraft.
Where Can I Study Cabin Crew In South Africa?
The Cabin Crew Training Certificate is offered by Damelin and Quality Assured by the Damelin Academic Board.
Entry Requirements: Knowledge, comprehension, and application of English language at Grade 12 or equivalent. Knowledge, comprehension, and application of 2nd South African language at Grade 11 or equivalent.
How much does it cost to go to Cabin Crew in South Africa?
The SAA Cabin Crew Initial Training Course is conducted at R15,200.00, per person, including VAT.
The Course Cost includes All training manuals and training materials. All costs associated with theory and practical training and assessments (first attempt)
How long is the Cabin Crew course in South Africa?
This 8 week course will ensure that you stand apart in this industry and be the best in your field.