19 Mar 2018
Thirty students undertaking a course in Air Cabin Crew Operations from the City of Glasgow College today attended Loganair’s Training Department to experience a “day in the life” of a trainee crew member.
The students, who are completing a one-year City and Guilds course at the college took part in the session to learn about the different skills required to be a member of cabin crew.
The session allowed the students to put the theory they were learning at Collage into practice, whilst also showcasing at first-hand the friendly and professional training provided by Loganair, Scotland’s Airline.
The four-hour class included a presentation by members of the training team, detailing the many aspects of emergency procedures, safety equipment, first aid as well as in-flight service, with attendees given opportunity to experience serving each other as well as practicing safety demonstrations.
Sam McKissock, Head of Cabin Services said: “We’re always keen to support young people in Scotland with an interest in aviation and our team were delighted to invite the students to take part.
“The role of a Cabin Crew member is an extremely important one for any airline, delivered by individuals trained to the highest standard.
“We’re always on the look-out for new recruits who are enthusiastic and have a natural flair for customer service, and would ask anyone who’d like to consider a new career to get in touch by visiting our website.”
Loganair employs around 100 Cabin Crew who carry out inflight services across the airline’s network.
Pictured: Loganair's Patricia Thistle and students Harun Karim and Jordan Watkins both studying City & Guilds - Diploma in Air Cabin Crew at the City of Glasgow College.