Cabin Crew Courses
If you do not live in the UK you are able to complete the online Cabin Crew Diploma Course. Some Universities maybe able to offer international student places.
If you are attending a college course as a full-time student then you will not normally be expected to pay for the course fees. If you are receiving any job seekers allowance or benefits, you may find that you are eligible for receiving funding for any of the courses listed under our course section. Visit your local job centre to find out more information.
There are now online home study courses being offered. These courses allow you to study from home. They normally contain around 50 hours worth of study material, allowing you to train up quickly before your interviews or applying. Because there are no time limits for you complete the course within, you can study in your own time and at your own pace. When choosing a home study course, make sure that it is one that airlines recognise! We recommend the Cabin Crew Diploma Course as the most comprehensive online training course.
If you prefer to attend a training venue, colleges across the UK do run part-time evening courses. These courses tend to run over a period of 6-12 months.
Although not having a qualification or training relating to the role of a cabin crew is mandatory. The airlines do prefer to recruit people who have a knowledge of the role they are applying for, so completing a cabin crew course would be beneficial.
To enrol on any college courses, you do normally need to be a minimum age of 16. Home study courses do not usually specify a minimum age. However you must be aware of the minimum age set by the airlines when applying to them.