Top Air Hostess Schools in Ghana
Air hostesses are also known as flight attendants. They help ensure the safety and comfortability of passengers. They serve food and drinks and provide other requested items and review safety practices.
It is one of the most promising careers one can take on. Flight attendants are there when you board a plane till you land, making sure you enjoyed your flight.
Is the career very popular in Ghana? The answer to that question is Yes, and No. Young people in the rural areas do not know about it like those in the urban areas.
Getting a job after going to school is sometimes very difficult. If you know someone in higher places, you are good to go. But when you study hard and acquire the needed skills, you can make it.
You can even get promoted to Senior Flight Attendant and then Head Attendant. after eight years; you can return to ground duties.
To become a flight attendant, you need to go to a good school. Most schools require a degree before entry, and others only need your SSCE/WASSCE or BECE results. There are many schools in the country you can go to.
Below are five of them.
Aptech Aviation and Hospitality Academy
Aptech has successfully trained many individuals in the travel industry. You can be one of them. Apart from cabin crew/ground staff courses, they also offer a wide range of hospitality, aviation management, and carver aviation courses.
All you need is a credit score in English and Mathematics in WASSCE/SSCE for certificate programs, a credit score in 3 core, and three electives in WASSCE/SSCE for Diploma and First Degree programs.
Aptech is located off the Spintex Road, House no. 16, 4th lane, Baatsona. For more information, call 030 2976 144/ 050 9400 366
Ghana Civil Aviation Training Academy (GATA)
Partnering with many international aviation institutions, GATA allows senior high school leavers to offer an initial cabin crew(flight attendant) course and IATA/UFTAA air ticketing and reservation course.
GATA is one of the best aviation schools in Ghana. They have trained thousands of flight attendants. Since 2008, they have focused on training individuals from different countries in Africa. You will need a WASCCE certificate, with at least a credit score in 3 core and three electives, including mathematics and English.
The school is located near the Kotoka International Airport.
Call 030 2774 623/ 030 2550 300 for more information or send an email through [email protected]
Institute of Aviation and Professional Studies
Institute of Aviation and Professional Studies is also an accredited school with international affiliations determined to train and equip you to become that hard-working and knowledgeable air hostess you have always wanted to be.
With their qualification, you can get worldwide recognition and acceptance, among others. It is also one of the best aviation schools in the country.
Buy an application form at GHS 50 and with a minimum entry qualification of SSCE/WASSCE, GCE, O/A LEVEL, HND, DBS, GBCE, ABCE, and NVTI. Mature students are also welcomed.
Call 024 4886 929 for more information.
Buckman Aviation is ready to train you to become qualified with the right knowledge and character to become a flight attendant, with state-of-the-art facilities and experienced tutors.
The school has a close working relationship with the travel industry as well. Pass an aptitude test of 80% and be medically cleared.
A good WASSCE/SSCE with passes in English and Mathematics is the major requirement to get into the institution.
The school is located at Kaneshie 1st Light.
Call 054 2966 257 for more information or send an email through [email protected]
Crystal Galaxy College
Galaxy Colleges aim to “deliver quality education to the deserving populace through creativity and dynamism.”
In their aviation department, they have five programs. 6 months air ticketing course, a 2-month passenger handling course, two months cabin crew course, six months shipping management and even two weeks customer service course.
You’re closer to becoming an air hostess than you think. They admit in February, June, September, October, and December.
They accept BECE/WASSCE/SSCE results. Call 030 2329 056/ 024 9733 717 for more information or send an email through [email protected]
The school is located at Odorkor, Accra.
Studying to become an air hostess is not difficult. Focus and passion will drive you. You need to be fluent in at least two foreign languages and have good communication skills, which is very important to work with people.
On average, you can make GHS 3,000 a month as an air hostess in Ghana and GHS 1,500 on the low, taxes and other deductions included.
Flight attendance is a career that will be relevant for a long time. The salary is very good, and it is a well-respected occupation, plus, you get to travel around the world! Enrol at any of the schools above and start your journey to becoming an air hostess today!