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If you have ever thought about being a cabin crew member, but thought your English may not be good enough, then this course is for you. This is an Introduction to Cabin Crew English and is meant for those wishing to become a cabin crew member as well as those already in the industry who might want to improve their English skills.
More and more people are taking flights around the world and we can probably expect a mix of nationalities on the crew. The one common language is English.
What you will learn on this course
You will learn about why you want to be a cabin crew member and what you think about particular cabin crew jobs. some grammar regarding the pronunciation of 'ed' at the end of a word using the correct verb, some phrases and statements that are useful for cabin crew members, questions that can be asked by cabin crew members during the pre-flight meeting,aircraft safety, useful phrases for clarification. announcements and requests that passengers may make. You will also learn about making polite requests, responses and direct instructions, identifying drinks requested by passengers during the drinks service, cabin crew duties, comprehension. linking words and more. You can take the course at your own pace and come back to it anytime as you have lifetime access.
There are 8 videos in total and 7 of the videos have handouts which you can download. All handouts come with answers after the quiz has been taken.
If you want to be part of the exciting world of aviation as a cabin crew member, then you should take this course!
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|Section 1: Let's get started!|
This video introduces you to the course and lets you see what the course covers.
In the first part of this lesson you are going to think about why you want to be a cabin crew member and what you think about particular cabin crew jobs. In the second part we will look at some grammar regarding the pronunciation of 'ed' at the end of a word and lastly, we are going to look at using the correct verb.
In the first part of this lesson we are going to look at some phrases and statements that are useful for cabin crew members, In the second part we will look at some questions that can be asked by cabin crew members during the pre-flight meeting.
The first part of this lesson is to do with aircraft safety English and in the second part we will look at useful phrases for clarification.
The first part of this lesson is about making announcements and the second part is about requests that passengers may make.
In this lesson, in the first part we are going to look at making polite requests, responses and direct instructions. In the second part we will look at identifying drinks requested by passengers the drinks service.
In the first part of this lesson we will look at cabin crew duties and in the second part of the lesson we will look at comprehension.
In the first part of this lesson we are going to re-visit interactions between cabin crew and passengers. And in the second part we will look at linking words. Polite and proper interaction is important by the cabin crew. After all, the cabin crew members are the ambassadors for the airlines and the passengers, apart from their travelling companions are those they spend the most time with on the flight.
Aileen is the founder and Director of Wise Choice Education which has several courses including Aviation English, Cabin Crew English, Business English, Legal English and more.
She graduated from the Open University in the UK with a BA in Sociology and also has two TEFLs, a TESOL as well as being a qualified trainer. She is also a qualified trainer of Aviation English.
Aileen has 20 years experience as an English teacher with seven years of teaching English in Hong Kong.
Originally from Scotland, Aileen has travelled substantially around the world and has lived in the US, Greece and now Hong Kong.