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What are Cabin Procedures?
All new and existing cabin crew are required to be competent operators of a vast array of onboard aircraft equipment in line with strict airline procedures. This includes the operation of communication systems, customer service items, safety equipment and medical apparatus.
How Cabin Procedures are usually taught
Methods for teaching these cabin procedures range from using inexpensive static photographs of each item of cabin equipment through to expensive, yet more effective full-scale cabin mock-ups. Significant Trainer input and time is required for teaching these procedures.
Why use our Airbus Cabin Procedures Trainer?
The Winglet Media Cabin Procedures Trainer offers an inexpensive yet highly effective method for developing the full array of cabin procedures. Reliance on expensive cabin trainer sessions is reduced. As the only fully internet based, custom-built cabin procedures facility, it gives new and experienced cabin crew the opportunity to practice up to date procedures at any time, from potentially any worldwide location whilst significantly reducing costs for the cabin crew training organisation. Bespoke tutorials remove the requirement for Trainers time and costs for acquiring the full array of cabin procedure skills.
Our Cabin Procedures Trainer provides interactive training in the following areas:
Available for the Airbus A320 Family, A330, A340, A380
Minimum system requirements: Pentium III 800MHz, 256Mb RAM, Internet Connection - Dial-up or Broadband (except for CDROM solutions), single monitor, latest Adobe Flash and Shockwave Players (downloaded free from the adobe.com website)