Civil Aviation Cabin Services
CIVIL AVIATION CABIN SERVICES PROGRAM
Civil Aviation Cabin Services Program aims to educate qualified flight attendant who is aware of the professional and ethical responsibilities, has the effective communication skills, takes part effectively in teamwork, display leadership characteristics and management skills in the rapidly growing and competitive nature of the aviation industry.
Applied courses are pursued at aircraft cabin mock up designed at school and also in Turkish Airlines Flight Center and Pegasus Airlines in accordance with the protocol with THY and Pegasus.
Civil Aviation Cabin Services Program is certified as a cabin crew initial training organization with the privilege to provide cabin crew initial training course. With this certificate the compliance of the courses in the program with the regulations of ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization), EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency), IATA (International Air Transport Association) ve DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) are approved.
Our graduates who fulfill the requirements of the "Cabin Crew Initial Training" and successfully complete the trainings will be preferred because of the training they receive.
Cabin Services Program graduates can be employed as "flight attendants" in national and international civil air transport operations.
Students who have successfully completed 1st grade and Turkish Airlines exams and interviews under the protocol prepared by THY, participate in flights in summer term and 3rd and 4th term including Turkish Airlines cabin crew and serve as "trainee".
MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THE SKY
Civil Aviation Cabin Services Personal Development Program
The program aims to raise professional awareness for students of the Civil Aviation Cabin Services Program and to acquire skills that will contribute to their professional development. The program offers participants opportunities to develop their internal resources and to experience communication techniques that will make a difference in their professional work.
Participants receive training on the following topics within the scope of the program, which is prepared for 2 hours each subject title for 3 semesters.
- Effective Communication Methods
- Body Language
- Stress Management
- Team work
- Interview Techniques
- Making a Difference
- Being Proactive
- Conflict Management
- Reframing Skills
- Guest Satisfaction
- Crowd Management
- Fatigue Management
Certificate is given to the participants who complete the trainings.
Undergraduate programs that can be proceeded on conditions to be successful at DGS .
- Civil Aviation Management
- Logistics Management
- Travel Management
- Travel Management and Travel Guidance
- Tourism Management
- Tourism and Hospitality Management
- Transportation and Logistics
- International Logistics and Transportation
The Head of Department
Lect. Gülay HACIOĞLU