Choosing Your Flight Attendant Prep School Doesn’t Have to Be Hard. We Make It Easy.

We make it easy for you to decide where you want to go to be prepped for becoming a flight attendant. When you want something done right, you look for the expert, not amateurs. See what our school offers and decide for yourself.

Our course developer helped prepare friends of his for interviews and the hardest parts of training. Today, those friends are traveling around the world and one in particular is now part of her airline’s safety department. Now, our proven program is ready to prepare you for the interviews and make it through training.

We look forward to seeing you attend one of our classes!

What you learn when you attend our school

  • Before you apply to an airline + passport info

  • Appearance – the right look for the interviews

  • Social media – how it can help and harm your career

  • Airline video interview preparation

  • Airline Face-to-Face interview preparation 

  • Airline Face-to-Face interview preparation, what to do and not to do

  • Airline types – what they do and which suits your needs

  • Aircraft orientation and familiarization

  • Routine of flight

  • Understanding door/slide operation

  • Airport codes, USA and international for Major and Regional Airlines
  • 24 hour clock and why it’s used

  • Time zones – what you need to know

  • Phonetic alphabet

  • Things to know while you’re in training

  • Oxygen systems

  • Airline terminology

  • Firefighting

  • Irregular situations

  • Turbulence

  • Decompressions

  • Weather conditions

  • Hands-on activities in classroom!

  • And more benefits that only our classroom attendees experience!

Professional Flight Attendant Academy helps you stand out.

 

Our course developer, Donald Wecklein, has reviewed countless resumes, as well as interviewed, hired, and trained crewmembers around the world. We know how to prepare you for success! We:

  • Revise your resume so you get selected for an interview

  • Know what recruiters are looking for

  • Prepare you for the video and in-person interview

  • Prep you with grooming requirements and what to wear for the interviews

  • Prepare you for what the airlines are watching for when you are at the face-to-face interview

  • Teach you the proper way to respond to questions

  • Prepare you for the hardest parts of training to give you confidence you’ll do well

Remember, when you apply, that’s just the beginning. Then you have to make it to and through the interview selection process. Once selected, then you have to pass their challenging flight attendant training program. Our course prepares you, from start to finish, from revising your resume all the way through the hardest parts of training We also teach you tips on how to remain calm and focused during the most stressful performance drills. We help you build your confidence that you can do it!

If you have any questions, call us, or text us at 480-787-6440. Or, you can email us at inflight.team@profaacademy.com

Our course provides you:

  • Resume review and rewrite

  • Airline interview preparation and practice

  • Practice hands-on emergency drills

  • CPR/AED training for adults, children, and infants

  • Learn and practice evacuation drills with confidence (the most stressful drill)

  • Time to ask any questions you may have to the most qualified flight attendant preparation instructor available to you

There’s no other flight attendant school in the USA whose course developer and instructor has this much experience:

  • Over 25 years in aviation! 
  • Former flight attendant
  • Flight Attendant Instructor

  • Director of Inflight for a US Airline, developed and taught flight attendant training programs

  • Reviewed resumes, interviewed hundreds of applicants, performed open house interviews

  • Trained hundreds of flight attendants worldwide

  • 18 years of flight attendant training program development

  • Revised a major Middle East Airline’s flight attendant training program

  • Owns two businesses: One Cabin Safety and Professional Flight Attendant Academy

  • Presenter at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Cabin Safety Course in Bangkok, Thailand in August 2016 

  • Presenter at the 2018 International Air Transport Association (IATA) Cabin Safety Conference in Bangkok, Thailand in May 2018 

  • Private pilot license

  • Aircraft dispatcher license

  • Previously certified American Red Cross Instructor for CPR, AED, and First Aid

Our course developer and instructor, Donald Wecklein, was a presenter at the International Air Transport Association, also known as IATA, in Bangkok, Thailand in May 2018. He presented to over 300 attendees from 106 airlines discussing how errors made by flight attendants happen, yet sometimes the cause for the error is not necessarily the flight attendant’s fault, the manual content isn’t clear or may be deficient. It could also be the training program or testing doesn’t adequately cover the topic. When things go wrong, the airline should view at the error or bad decision-making as a time of reflection and look internally to see if the airline’s system of operation contributed to the flight attendant’s error.  In simpler words, don’t quickly blame the flight attendant. See if the manual, training program, instruction and testing provided the necessary information and guidance for the flight attendant to make appropriate decision(s). Click here to see the presentation. 

How many flight attendant prep schools in the USA can say they have an instructor/safety expert that was selected and presented to over 100 airlines on an international level?

Hint: Only ours does!

 

 

 

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