Seneca Flight Services Experiential Training Center Takes Flight, Attracting Students and Industry

Press release from Seneca | July 13, 2022

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Students with a passion for becoming flight attendants enhance their education at an experiential learning facility in Seneca unlike any other in a Canadian post-secondary institution.

The Flight Experience Hub includes “Air Seneca”, a B737 cabin simulator, A320 and A321 door simulators, a simulated cabin interior, an aircraft evacuation slide and a slide raft.

This state-of-the-art equipment provides unique teaching opportunities for Seneca students Flight services and Flight Services – Cabin Operations and Management programs, and is also used by airline industry partners to train and retrain pilots and flight attendants.

The centerpiece of the hub is the fuselage of the Boeing 737. Photo by Sénèque

The eye-catching centerpiece of the hub is the B737 fuselage with its four doors and over-wing exit. The interior has been fitted with passenger seating for 32 people and also houses two lavatories, galleys and extra seats for flight attendants. Lighting and communication systems are fully operational and can be used for normal and emergency scenario exercises.

“The Flights Experiential Hub offers students unparalleled opportunities for hands-on learning in an environment that closely mirrors what they will see when they launch their careers,” said Carrie Broughton, Program Coordinator, Flight Operations and Cabin Management. .

Flight Services is an eight-month certificate course that helps students learn a range of skills related to airport and aircraft security procedures.

Flight Services is an eight-month certificate course that helps students learn a range of skills related to airport and aircraft security procedures. Photo of Seneca

Flight Services – Operations & Cabin Management, a two-year diploma program, gives students the opportunity to participate in a 150-hour field placement and further training in emergency procedures, airline marketing airlines, leadership, aviation safety and theory of flight.

Graduates of either program are prepared for rewarding careers as flight attendants, check-in/boarding agents, airline concierges, airline reservation agents, and service agents. floor.

Both programs are now accepting applications from prospective students who wish to begin their studies as early as September.

Flight Services and Flight Services – Cabin Operations and Management are just two of the aviation-related programs available from Seneca. Others include Flight operations, Air safety and our Honors Bachelor of Aeronautical Technology study programme.

This press release was prepared and distributed by Seneca

Milton S. Rodgers