Put decades of service, safety, and culinary expertise to work for you. Our team remains active in aviation to ensure you have the necessary skills and knowledge to begin or advance your career in business aviation.
We offer a hands-on, state-of-the-art training facility where new and experienced cabin crew will receive the most comprehensive safety, inflight soft skills, and culinary service training available
Flight departments, seasoned corporate flight attendants, and new to business aviation trainees will discover better opportunities, add value to their organization and enhance passenger safety and satisfaction.
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DaVinci Inflight Training Institute helps corporate flight attendants and operations create an inflight experience that ensures greater passenger safety and satisfaction.
Daily modules designed with hands-on interactive culinary training combined with instructor lecture, visual presentations, detailed manuals, handout materials and all needed tools to successfully complete the lessons.
Each class is taught by aviation industry expert Paula Kraft and conducted in the state-of-the art culinary lab in the trainDAVINCI institute.
Entry-level training includes a 5-8 day all-inclusive program covering culinary, soft skills, inflight service etiquette, cabin safety and emergency training, and a career building workshop to help you win more interviews.
Advanced training includes a 2-5 day program designed to freshen up and improve culinary and skills training as well as cabin safety procedures for experienced corporate flight attendants.
DaVinci offers several training options which can be conducted at your facility and range from single day programs to 5-day intensive sessions which span everything from culinary skills to cabin safety and more.
DaVinci’s online training is offered through Embry-Riddle, the world’s largest, fully accredited Aeronautical University. Courses cover many aspects of culinary skills, food safety, and cabin safety procedures.
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