Training Solutions conducts 125th VIP Flight Attendant Service Training Course

800 VIP flight attendants from 50 countries have participated in125 training courses which have taken place in 12 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa since 2007. Another milestone!

Swiss-based corporate flight attendant training education specialist Training Solutions is celebrating its 125th VIP flight attendant training course in Customer Service Excellence & Soft Skills. Since 2007, Training Solutions has conducted training courses in more than 12 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, counting over 30 chief flight attendants, representing small and large business aviation companies, amongst the many participants.

“VIP flight attendants face many challenges and the confidence to deal with theses challenges is what my training courses provide”, says Dietmar Duller, the Founder and Course Leader of Training Solutions. “Many companies are now doing a lot of business in Africa these days and their VIP flight attendants need to have a good knowledge about Food Safety which is especially important when flying to remote destinations were the availability of catering services are more limited.

Since 2010 Training Solutions has offered monthly two-day open inscription training courses in Geneva, and Many business aviation companies who wish to send their flight attendants appreciate these regular dates as it allows them to plan ahead. Flight attendants with a commercial aviation background also participate frequently, as the courses enable them to gain first-hand inside knowledge of the skills required on corporate and private jets.
Doha in Qatar, Rabat in Morocco, Farnborough in the United Kingdom and Baku in Azerbaijan are amongst the many worldwide training locations and more than 30 business aviation companies and private owners are clients.
What makes Training Solutions unique is that every course is conducted by Dietmar Duller. “Sharing my extensive knowledge, helping and motivating the participants is a real privilege, and one which I enjoy tremendously”.
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