The Flight Service-Airline and Travel Careers program prepares men and women of all ages to compete for positions available as flight attendants in the airline and travel industry. As training progresses, students perform volunteer service at area airports to gain invaluable public personal contact experience. Program Learning Outcomes: Students will demonstrate skills required to seek and obtain employment as a flight attendant; identify and assess behavior patterns associated with panic; demonstrate knowledge of location and use of aircraft emergency equipment, and demonstrate skills required during emergency evacuation of aircraft.
This certificate does not satisfy the major requirements for the Associate in Science degree.
|PREREQUISITE COURSES||REQUIRED COURSES FOR CERTIFICATE||UNITS|
|AT 129||Flight Attendant I||3|
|AT 130||Air Transportation||3|
|AT 129 or equivalent||AT 132||Flight Attendant II||3|
|AT 137||Airline Travel Careers||3|
|AT 138||Introduction to Flight Attendant Training||3|
Standard First Aid and CPR
|BUSAD 152||Management Communication - Oral||3|
|GEOG 101||Physical Geography||3|
|TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED||24|
|August 2018||GCC Catalog 2018-2019|