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CPR and First Aid Training for Flight Crews


One of my favorite jobs was working as a flight attendant. I loved most aspects of being a member of a flight crew. I didn't realize back then how important safety is when you're 30,000 feet above ground.


If a medical emergency occurs on an airplane, it is crucial that the flight crew be trained to perform CPR and provide first aid until the plane can land and someone with more advanced training arrives and takes over.


As a member of the flight crew, you play an important role in your passenger's safety. If a medical emergency occurs on board during a flight, CPR training can be the difference between life and death for a traveler. Of course, you hope to never to need to utilize the skills, however it's best to be prepared if the need arises.


TRAINING REQUIREMENTS FOR A FLIGHT ATTENDANT?

CPR certification is a vital skill for flight attendants. Not only is CPR training a great way to develop your skills and enhance your resume as a flight attendant, but it is also, likely, a job requirement for your airline. Many airlines conduct regular CPR drills and ask their crew to be CPR certified. If you’re applying to flight crew roles, having CPR and first aid certification under your belt is a good way to stand out among candidates.


Many airlines do not require pilots to be CPR and/or first aid trained, however even though it's not required it's a good idea for all flight crew members to be CPR and first aid trained.


If someone on the plane is experiencing a medical emergency, the flight attendants will utilize their first aid and CPR skills and knowledge, ask if anyone onboard has medical training, notify the captain, and provide appropriate care to the victim.


GET CPR CERTIFIED AT ANY DAY CPR TRAINING

There’s no better way to learn CPR than from the experts. Our team at Any Day CPR is here to help you get CPR certified with engaging lessons, and hands-on practice. You’ll learn all of the essential skills and knowledge necessary to perform CPR, use an AED, and assist choking victims.


If you’d like to learn more about our CPR training for flight attendant or our other training courses, don’t hesitate to reach out! Contact us today through our online contact form or by phone at (866) CPR-4093.

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