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Cabin Crew Training Conference Proceedings

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EATS Cabin Crew Moderator - Anna Mellberg Karlsson, Chief Cabin Safety Instructor, Novair


Day 1 - Tuesday 3rd November 2015

Session 1 - Opening Remarks and Keynote Addresses 
(Pilot & Cabin Crew joint session)
 
1) Daan Dousi, EASA
2) Captain Kazimierz Stachowiak, Head of Training, LOT Polish Airlines
 
Session 2 - Opening of the Cabin Session & Keynote Address
 
1) Opening of the Cabin Session and "Speed Introduction"
As a fun start to the Cabin Crew Training Conference and celebrate 85 years of the flight attendant profession, we will serve first class pre-departure beverages with champagne, orange juice and coffee - kindly provided by Inflight Institute.

2) Jeanne LaVoy, Human Factor Performance 
3) Sherry Saehlenou, CA Training Solutions LLC

Session 3 - Evolving Concepts in Cabin Training
 
1) Ivan Noël, President, Inflight Innovations Inc.
Training the Dangers of Lithium Batteries



3) Trevor Dale, Director, Atrainability
Improving Cabin Crew Training Effectiveness and Efficiency with Video → PDF

 
Session 4 - Current & Future Training Challenges
 
An interactive group session, in which group members shared expertise and ideas for a number of issues surrounding cabin crew training.
 

 

Day 2 - Wednesday 4th November 2015

Session 5 - International & Regulatory Perspectives on Cabin Training Issues
 

2) Tanja Mališnik, Training Cabin Crew Member, Adria Airways & Nataša Bešter, Cabin Safety and RAMP Inspector, CAA Slovenia
Emergency Equipment - Follow the Rules & Expect the Unexpected

3) Melanie Fitzgerald, Training and Compliance Manager, Stobart Air
 
Session 6 - Air Carrier Training Insights
 

2) Yaşar Uçkun, Assistant Cabin Training Manager, Pegasus Airlines
Importance of Scenario-Based Training & Use of Training Devices → PDF

3) Gabor Tiba, Head of Cabin Operations & Raul Pavel, Cabin Crew Standardization Instructor, Wizz Air
Training Generation 'Y'
 
Session 7 - Training for Challenges in the Cabin
 
1) Michaela Green, Director Inflight Service, GoJet Airlines
Evolution of Training in an Ever-Changing Industry → PPTX

2) Sigrún Kolsöe, Chief Cabin Crew Instructor, Icelandair
Multi Sensory Approach to Cabin Crew Training → PDF

3) Joanna Szabuniewicz, Crew and Training Manager, ARPI Aviation
PCT - Pre-Contract Training → PDF
 
Session 8 - Focus on eLearning and Mobile Learning Technologies in Air Carrier Operations (Pilot & Cabin Crew joint session)
 

3) Rick Morgenstern, Manager AQP, Allegiant Air → PDF & Patrick Weir, CEO, Fulcrum Labs → PDF
 

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