14 Cabin Crew of Yangon Airways – Ready for the sky!
14 New Entrants of Yangon Airways has successfully completed their Cabin Crew Training with MATS for nearly 2 months. The training ended on 17 July 2014.
The training has seen all 14 cabin crew grown from zero cabin crew knowledge to being equipped with workable and essential cabin crew skills and understanding. These tools will accompany them when they take to the sky for the very first time, and such will continue to journey with them as they gain more practical experiences on board.
“The more they do it, the better they will become. Cabin Crew job is a very practical thing. You become better as you move along,” said Mr Sherman Kwok, Head of MATS.
The entire training consists of the basic yet essential Initial Cabin Crew Training. And it is followed by the all important Safety & Emergency Procedures, or better known as SEP. Water Survival Drill allows cabin crew to be familiar with ditching incident and actions to be taken once out of the aircraft. Unarmed Combat puts cabin crew in a self-defence mode while recognising disruptive passengers’ behaviour.
Aircraft visits have further enhanced learning with understanding. It gives all crew members the chance to get familiar with their working environment, and most important of all, to know the locations of the SEP equipment and door operations.