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Our instructor, Donald Wecklein, is known internationally and is an expert on cabin safety and flight attendant training! No other school compares to the level of expertise we offer future flight attendants preparing for a career change. 

Donald Wecklein

Donald has been working in flight attendant operations for over 25 years! He has worked for an all-Boeing 747 airline, for Saudi Aramco Aviation in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, and for a corporate charter airline. He’s been a flight attendant, flight attendant supervisor, flight attendant training instructor, inflight training manager, and Director of Inflight. Additionally, he founded One Cabin Safety LLC, and now, the Professional Flight Attendant Academy. Additionally, in 2000, Donald trained some of the original Air Asia flight attendants over in Malaysia!

For many years, Donald screened resumes, performed open house interviews, one-on-one interviews, made job offers, trained and performed check flights on flight attendants. Knowing how competitive it is to get hired by an airline, Donald offers his extensive background in recruitment and training and provides personal interview coaching sessions to prepare his clients for the video and face-to-face interviews. He has one thing in mind, and that’s helping those that want to become a flight attendant, make their career goals come true. He started by helping prepare his friends to get hired by airlines, now he helps people like you get hired!

In addition to those accomplishments, he’s also a licensed private pilot, licensed aircraft dispatcher, and previous American Red Cross CPR/First Aid/Basic Life Support Instructor! He developed flight attendant training programs, emergency procedures, hazardous materials, airline security, and taught various training programs to pilots, helicopter pilots, flight attendants, and ground staff around the world.

Other flight attendant schools spend 5 – 7 days teaching fun, but unnecessary things like airport codes for 3 days, a day practicing the safety demonstration, the history of the flight attendant, all which may be interesting or fun, but does nothing to help you get hired by an airline. Our focus is on the interview process – that’s what gets you the job offer! Why spend 2,000.00 or more when 2 or 3 hours of interview preparation delivers the same results? Call Donald and find out how he can help you change careers and get your interview skills focused!

Now read about some of the other accomplishments he’s made in aviation!

Donald was a presenter at the IATA International Cabin Operations Safety Conference, May 8 – 10, 2018 Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand.

Donald’s topic covered “Was it the crewmember or the system that erred?” Meaning, when flight attendants make errors, not always was it the crewmember’s fault. Sometimes it’s the system, the content in the manual, or content missing from the manual or training program that was a factor in why the error occurred.

He also was a presenter at the International Civil Aviation Organization: ICAO APAC (Asia and Pacific) Cabin Safety Conference, ICAO Building August 15 – 19, 2016 in Bangkok, Thailand.

Donald spent a week in 2016 as a guest presenter, together with another cabin safety professional and friend from the Singapore Aviation Academy, presenting to flight attendant training department and cabin safety delegates from 17 different airlines throughout Asia. 

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