How to Pass Flight Attendant Training: 14 Steps (with Pictures)

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Being a flight attendant is an exciting and multifaceted job, so expect to go through a 4 to 8-week training program to learn the procedures and regulations of the airline you’ll be working for. You'll need to pass your training program to be hired as a flight attendant, so it’s important to know what to expect. The training program will cover medical emergency response, the theory of flight, evacuation procedures, and unexpected situations in the cabin, so be prepared for a wide range of topics. It's important to take a lot of notes during your training so you can review your lessons before the final exam. Since you’ll need to recall a lot of information, like airport codes and Federal Aviation Regulations, make little quizzes or flashcards for yourself so you can test your knowledge frequently. To learn how to prepare for your flight attendant training, keep reading!

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