flight attendant training program

flight attendant training program

Nichole Albertson
Disribution Services
Carlson Wagonlit Travel

"Going into the air academy I came in with one expectation and idea of where I would be when graduation day rolled around. Well I felt differently two weeks into the program. I found a new passion in the the industry. Mrs. Westfall was a great coach she kept you laughing even when your brain hurt. My dream job came to me last week and I had to call her and tell her I got Corporate. I was hired with Carlson Wagonlit. She became my mirror of success. Mrs. Westfall had all the same experiences as the students were going through, she was a former student once. Im now working in my own office, desk, computer, and name plate, the great thing is that I know all the nights of stress of IAA homework was worth it. I really miss my friends at the air academy we still keep in touch via myspace. Everyone is having a great time with their new careers! "


Airline Reservations and Airport Services

Educational Objective: Start your new career with the airlines in just 8 weeks. Our accelerated program is specifically designed to prepare you for entry-level reservations and customer service positions in the airline industry. Learn the passenger service skills and sales techniques you'll need to succeed in public contact positions. Also, gain technical skills and confidence that will help you win promotions throughout your career. You'll train through role-playing in an environment designed to replicate a real-world workplace.

This is an accelerated program focusing on specific airline skills. Graduates are immediately qualified for reservations sales, ticket agent, gate and ramp agent positions. This program also provides an introduction to a career as a flight attendant.

Applicants must consult with an admissions representative and meet prerequisites before being accepted into our 8-week program.

Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED, type a minimum of 25 wpm and be at least 21 years old. Applicants who are at least 18 may gain acceptance by providing a letter from past employer(s) documenting a minimum of two years full-time employment in a customer service position. Because of the nature of the industry, students with a criminal record must submit a criminal history report to the Career Development Department by week three of the program. An admissions representative will direct students to an approved background check company. Consult the Admissions Department for more details.

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