Cabin Crew

Achieving Excellence Together

Communication For Airline Cabin Crew Training emphasizes the specific use of English language in the airline industry and is designed to prepare the students for future employment as a flight attendant.

Taught by a former airline crew member, the program equips the students with the necessary skills to successfully land an airline cabin crew position.

Program Advantages
  • The course is taught by former cabin crew members
  • Every lesson focuses on the skills needed to successfully obtain your dream job
  • The lessons are interactive, fun and informative
Weekly Topics / Curriculum
  • Introduction to the Cabin Crew Profession
  • Landing a Cabin Crew Job
  • Preparing for a Cabin Crew Interview
  • Airline Customer Service
  • Introduction to the Aviation Industry
  • Introduction to Aircraft Familiarization
  • Safety and Emergency Procedures
  • Airline Catering and Food Service
Program Details

Location: Toronto
Duration: 4 or 8 weeks
Hours: 10 hours per week
Schedule: Monday to Friday – 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Class Size: 15 Students
Program Type: 4 / 8 weeks (certificate)
Start Dates: Please Contact Us

Program Length
  • 4 or 8-week Certificate program
  • Certificate of Completion for each 4 weeks
  • 10 hours per week, Monday to Friday
  • In class: 0.93 months – 4 weeks – 40 hours
                     1.86 months – 8 weeks – 80 hours
CACCT Topics

Week #1: Introduction to the Cabin Crew Profession
Week #2: Landing a Cabin Crew Job
Week #3: Preparing for a Cabin Crew Interview
Week #4: Airline Customer Service
Week #5: Introduction to the Aviation Industry
Week #6: Introduction to Aircraft Familiarization
Week #7: Safety and Emergency Procedures
Week #8: Airline Catering and Food Service

Admission Requirements

Students must have either:

  • TOEFL iTB® 45-46
  • TOEIC® 550
  • IELTS 4.5
  • Completed SSLC ESL-SF Level 3 or ESL-SC Level 6
  • Or, any recognized international English language equivalency test score or a pass on our entrance exam.

An Interview may be required.

Future Opportunities
  • Be prepared for a career as a Cabin Crew
  • Apply to International or Domestic Airline Companies
  • Apply to other positions in the Airline Industry, such as Ground Staff or Airport Lounge Attendant


Happy students.



“I am very grateful to all the staff and teachers of the Sprott Shaw Language College. It was a great experience that has helped me take my career to a new level.”




“I like SSLC because I’ve learned so much about English for the aviation industry. Also, the staff has been very friendly and helpful and the college activities have made it a fun place to study. I am now working as a cabin crew for a Canadian company.”




“I studied at Sprott Shaw Language College in 2017. I was really happy with the college environment. The teachers were great and I made a lot of friends. The college is located in the heart of the city and is very close to all amenities. I have very much enjoyed my stay in Canada.”


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