I'm researching becoming a Corporate Flight Attendant and wanted advice on schools or training. I live in LA
- crew4jetsLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
Here is the list of information I have for corporate networking. My area of expertise is more in the Commercial Aviation sector, so I recommend you follow up any requests for Corporate information to Susan Friedenberg.
Tim Kirkwood, Author
The Flight Attendant Job Finder & Career Guide
Susan C. Friedenberg - President
Corporate Flight Attendant Training & Services
241 South 6th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106 USA
Telephone # 215.625.4811
FAX # 215.413.9013
This training program is designed for the person who wants a career as a business aviation flight attendant. Our training has been taught for almost nine years and 88% of the people we have trained are all successfully flying either full time or on a contractual basis for Fortune 500 Corporate Aviation Flight Departments throughout the US and Europe. It is a detailed and comprehensive training for the person that has no aviation experience at all as well as for the commercial flight attendant that wishes to transition from Part 121 to Parts 91/135. Our focus is on the necessary skills, tools and the basic standard operational procedures utilized by most corporate business aviation flight departments. You will learn who the corporate flight attendant is and the actual way in which to do the job from start to finish. It is a four day training curriculum that details our specific job related procedures. We will teach you business applications that will enable you to be successful in this work, catering, the trip from start to finish and in depth international trip planning.
It outlines in great depth an abundance of catering information, marketing tools, managing yourself as a business, corporate flight department interaction, international trip planning, professional image development, corporate client culture and the A-Z's needed to be a successful corporate flight attendant. In every training a "corporate specific" known caterer in the US co-teaches the communications skills a corporate flight attendant must know and the ways in which to expedite an order after you have designed it for your trip. This three day training is taught in Long Beach, CA. Teterboro, NJ. Tucson, AZ. Denver, CO. Atlanta, GA. It is also taught in conjunction with FlightSafety International at their Learning Centers in Atlanta and Teterboro throughout the year.
We have done in-house training's for corporate flight departments globally and also conduct a very powerful one on one training called Interview For Success Training for Business Aviation.
National Business Aircraft Association
1200 Eighteenth Street NW Suite 400
Washington, DC 20036-2506
General Telephone # 202-783-9000
Corporate Flight Attendant Liaison: Jay Evans; Telephone # 202-783-9353 www.nbaa.org
General business aviation association dedicated to share and promote safety, ideas, standards, and operational procedures for corporate/business aviation. The membership is approximately 50,000 people worldwide.
Flight Safety International
Gulfstream Learning Center
P. O. Box 2307
Savannah, GA 31402
Telephone # 800-625-9369 www.flightsafety.com
Contact: Louisa Fisher/Lori Harvey
Initial & Recurrent "Corporate Specific" Emergency & First Aid Training.
This program utilizes both time in the classroom and offers real-life situation drills
in the corporate cabin trainer, and the mock up of an aircraft and over wing exit area over an Olympic sized pool. Excellent real fire fighting drills.
80 East Rio Salado Parkway
Tempe, Arizona 85283
Contact: Kathleen Sieperman, vice president of education services.
As an education resource to aviation professionals, MedAire offers a variety
of medical training courses - both instructor-led and web-based. The
company also helped co-author the first-ever Manual of Inflight Medical
Care, an instruction manual written to provide flight crews with
step-by-step guidance on what to do during an inflight medical emergency.
Aviation Personnel International
P. O. Box 6846
New Orleans, LA 70174
Telephone # 504-392-3456
Fax # 504-392-3458 email@example.com
Contact: Janice K. Barden - Industrial Psychologist
This is an aviation industry placement service for all positions within corporate aviation.
Survival Systems Training USA
144 Tower Avenue
Groton, CT 06340
Telephone (TOLL FREE) 888-386-5371 or 860-405-0002
Fax # 860-405-0006 www.survivalsystemsinc.com
Contact: Richard E. McInnis - Vice President
Survival Systems Training Inc. instructs pilots, aircrew and passengers in water aircraft ditching emergency and escape procedures, as well as rescue and sea survival techniques. Survival Systems also provides U.S.C.G. Approved open-water sea survival training under all climatic conditions for both aviation and marine interests. Conveniently located at the Groton-New London Airport in Groton, Connecticut. Our sophisticated training center features a 100,000 gallon (30’W x 40’L x 14’D) training tank and the most advanced aircraft ditching simulator in the world, the Modular Egress Training Simulator (METS™). The METS™ demonstrates real-time aircraft immersion and inversion, and features exit-specific technology that replicates more than a dozen types of fixed-wing and rotary aircraft.
Facts Training International / AirCare International, Ltd.
3633 - 81st Avenue SW
Olympia, WA 98512-7461
Telephone # 800-754-9805
Fax # 360-754-1911 www.facts-aircare.com
Contact: Dorene Mykol
A systematic human factors approach to crewmember emergency and first aid training geared for corporate aviation. Hands-on drills and practice on cabin emergency simulators providing a realistic experience.
Women In Corporate Aviation
Contact: Elizabeth Clark - Chairperson www.wca-intl.org
This a group of aviation professionals including flight department personnel, FBO managers, writers, students, training center professionals and many others. From their first meeting at the Women in Aviation Conference in 1993 to their growing organization today, they have networked and promoted career opportunities in business aviation.
Women In Aviation International
Contact: Peggy Batey Chabrian - President www.wiai.org
Women in Aviation, International is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the encouragement and advancement of women in all aviation career fields and interests. Our 5,500 + membership includes astronauts, corporate pilots, maintenance technicians, air traffic controllers, business owners, educators, journalists, flight attendants, high school and university students, air show performers, airport managers and others.
Aviation International News
214 Franklin Avenue
Midland Park, New Jersey 07432
Telephone # 201-444-5075
Fax # 201-444.4647 www.ainonline.com
The magazine of Business, Commercial, and Regional Aviation.
Erica Sheward's Training Program:
Food Safety, Security, Food Borne Pathogens, Passenger Health & You
Castle Kitchens Executive Catering
Castle Farm Estate
Washington, West Sussex RH20 3DA
Telephone (from the USA) 011-44-1903-891400
Fax (from the USA) 011-44-1903-891414 www.castle-kitchens.com
Contact: Erica Sheward
An empathy and understanding of flight Attendant responsibilities is the major focus of the program which seeks to align in flight duties with the dictates of Global Food Safety legislation. The introduction of HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) into the Flight Attendant Training ethic has been revolutionary. A long standing practice and procedure in the food production and service industry, HACCP is a simply documented system designed and modified for Flight Attendants in order to encourage a heightened awareness of the hazards involved in every practice connected with the ordering, storage and handling of food for the cabin. The whole purpose of the program in essence is not to make a Flight Attendants job more difficult than it clearly already is, but to equip them with the knowledge and power to professionally stake their claim on a primary area of aviation safety.
Beyond and Above
Corporate Flight Attendant Training
Mary Lou Gallagherinfo@beyondandabove.net
Our philosophy is to train corporate flight attendants to be the best in the industry.
Beyond and Above is rated as the #1 corporate flight attendant training provider.
Our Flight Attendants possess exquisite culinary skills, poise, and the sophistication that reflects a meticulous work ethic.
Our Flight Attendants understand and demonstrate that confidentiality and discretion are of the utmost importance.
Our flight attendants have the sensitivity it takes to anticipate clients' needs and the knowledge to satisfy them.
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- kirorimalLv 44 years ago
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