cabin safety and services operation (CCSO)
Jan, Apr, Jun, Oct
by booking a small class
Practical training in airlines training center
On Campus in Hong Kong
Airlines Training Center
*subject to change
Minimum level of understanding in the aviation area
Efficient communication skills in English
The admission criteria have been grouped to assist you to easily find the information most relevant to your circumstances. However, you may fit into more than one and the Training Center will consider applicants against each of the relevant criteria.
Certain conditions apply. For more information please contact one of our education agents.
Individual Applicants or groups are required to meet the following criteria for admission:
Students must have efficient communication skills in both English and Cantonese.
Be passionate, be discipline
As a cabin attendant, safety is always their first priority. Flying up to 30000 ft is never totally risk-free. Cabin attendants are fire-fighter, first-aid, safety officer, security officer and as well the service provider. We require our students to maintain good attitude to learn, be observant to our instructor instruction, be passionate to aviation knowledge & skills.
Essential requirements for admission
English language entry requirements
In addition, in the aviation industry, English is essential for communicating and manual reading. A sufficient English level of reading, listening and speaking is important. Possession of one or more of above qualifications, in addition to the academic entry requirements, does not, in itself, guarantee a place at the Hong Kong Aviation Training Center. Applications are considered on an individual basis and selection is competitive. Students may need to go through Interview process for assessing their English level and skills of communication.
Passion and Discipline
Experience to be a cabin attendant is a lot different from other academic fields, procedures are updating in everyday operation and passion is needed for motivation and Discipline help efficiency and effectiveness of the study.
Certificate of Cabin Safety and Services Operation overview
IF YOU BELIEVE YOU CAN FLY, GO FOR IT.
Take the first steps towards becoming a cabin attendant and get a chance to train yourself in a professional way.
Study the basic in Hong Kong and prepare yourself in practical training in airlines training center.
Insight into the flight training process.
Perfect opportunity for student to feel what it's like to be a cabin attendant.
Not just for experience, learn for a career building.
Certificate of Cabin Safety and Services Operation overview
Take-off as Zero, Landing as Hero
Make your dreams of becoming a cabin attendant reality with Certificate of Cabin Safety and Services Operation. The Certificate provides a great basic knowledge and unique practical training. Whilst it can be a wonderful once-off experience, it is conducted based on professional training syllabus.
Act as an cabin attendant, students will go through an unique professional aviation training. Our Instructor will teach you about the knowledge, show you some basic skills,learn and pass the practical assessment like every cabin crew did before flying.
What you'll need
English language especially speaking, listening and reading are essential for our program.
Passionate to learn, maintain positive attitude and discipline, be always observant.
What you'll learn
You will undertake 4 weeks general classroom for preparing yourself for the practical training in our Campus.
Undertake practical training in airlines training center. Practical training is part of this Program and take place in airlines training facility.
Gain real-world experience through our training specialist connection and sharing.
For further information, please kindly contact our education agent of the CCSO which provides greater detail about the course.
Rule & Notes
For the practical training component of Certificate of Cabin Safety and Services Operation, students must be physically fit to attend due to safety issue.
For the safety and security of our students:
Discipline of our students is one of the top priority in Hong Kong Aviation Training Center. School policy, rules and regulations are set for our student's reference. Students who do not comply with our rules and regulations may result from an oral reprimand to dismissal from our Program without any refund.
For Certificate of Cabin Safety and Services Operation you study, students will need to allocate time for various classes such as lectures, tutorials, workshops, seminars and practicals. Plus you will need additional hours to study in your own time to complete assignments, readings, projects and contribute to online e-learning. So as a general rule, students may need to allocate around 15-20 hours of study per week before the examination and the practical training.
Your studies at HKATC will incorporate both practical, professionally focused and research-based learning, so assessment types will vary.
You can expect them to include:
practical tasks and tests
practical assessments (e.g. flight, navigation)
essays and assignments examinations
an industry-relevant project
an oral or online presentation
Certificate of Cabin Safety and Services Operation (CCSO)
You will learn the very practical skills and knowledge from our instructors.
Our Program emphasize hands-on, practical knowledge, our students will train in our campuses in Hong Kong and airlines training facility to learn on the latest practical knowledge and skills. Through this program, you will develop an basic flying knowledge.
Aviation Career Outcomes
Your First Step into Aviation Career
Over the next 20 years, the world's airline fleet will grow at an average rate of approximately 3.5 % annually, driving the need for more than 36,000+ new airplanes valued at 5 trillion dollars.
Growth is being driven by emerging markets such as Latin America, Asia-Pacific, low cost carrier and sixth freedom business models*.
4 to 10 cabin crews needed to operate one aircraft at a time, 4 to 5 set for fully utilizing one aircraft, it will make a significant number of flight attendants needed in the future. According to the forecast numbers given untill 2032, the airlines need to employ the number of flight attendants required to satisfy for the growing demand in new arriving aircraft, but they also need to find a replacement for staff retirements and natural resignation.
With the third runway project, forecast of potentially 280,000 jobs opportunity in the aviation field.
With this growth, it is an exciting time to be planning a career in the aviation industry.
*Boeing’s Market Outlook 2013-2032