Local trade schools and accredited online technical colleges with flight attendant certification training classes. Accelerated, weekend class and hybrid (classroom/online) options are available at some schools.
Not all programs are available in all locations, use the search application or your local options. See: Online flight attendant programs.
Schools with Aviation and Flight Attending Certification Training
- National Aviation Academy Classes
- Charter College Vocational Classes (Northwest US)
- SJVC Vocational & Degree Programs
- MIAT Vocational & Tech Training Programs
“Flight attendants work onboard airplanes to make sure passengers have a safe and comfortable trip. They meet with the flight crew before each flight to discuss expected issues and ensure all items are stowed safely during flight. They also monitor passengers and look for potential threats. If passengers are injured, attendants provide basic emergency care.
A high school diploma is typically the minimum education requirement for becoming a flight attendant, though many employers prefer job candidates who hold college degrees. Individuals interested in becoming a flight attendant may want to consider a flight attendant certificate program. These programs offer training in first aid and safety, emergency procedures, aircraft design, crew resource management and standard airline operations.”