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Our Team
 
Something about the CEO, L B Smith
After 40 years plus in the Aviation Industry he started as Cabin Crew and was regularly promoted to more senior positions. He left SAA in 1993 as the Training Manager, a position he held for 8 years.

In the same year he registered a CC, “ON BOARD CONSULTANCIES”, with the main purpose of training Cabin Crew. 

Since 1993 he trained Cabin Crew, amongst others, in Athens (Greece), Seychelles, Windhoek (Namibia), Kampala (Uganda), Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), Blantyre Malawi etc.
In 2007 he decided to start a training school “‘Trading as “ Cabin Crew Academy.  This school was given full accreditation by the SA CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) after the training manual, all relevant documentation, venue and eequipment  were approved by the authorities.
 
Other achievements
  • Attended a Airline Safety Course at the University of Southern California Los  Angeles USA
  • Was the South African Airways Cabin Services representative at the annual WAEA. (World Airline Entertainment Association) He represented SAA in  Miami Florida, Phoenix Arizona ,Sydney Australia etc
  • Manager/Cabin Crew Manager for various airlines such  as Alliance Air, Alliance Express, Africa One, Phoenix Airlines, Shab Air etc.
  • In 1995 he was qualified in Dallas Texas as a B727 Instructor, at the time, the only B727 Instructor in South Africa. This was done with the full approval of SA-CAA who also evaluated and approved his lectures.
  • In 1996 he received a Diploma in Human Resources Management at  Damelin  College Pretoria
  • He  attended a number of Airline Safety Courses too many to mention
 
SEPT and Dangerous Goods Instructor - Lise Wielart
Lise began her career at South African Airways, first as a junior on the domestic service, then as Senior Crew on International Routes. During that time, she was involved in on-board coaching for first class service procedures. She then left SAA in 2000 and joined Nationwide Airlines as an In-Charge Flight Attendant. After Nationwide, she did contract flying for various operators such as Sunair, Air Namibia, Zambian Airways, Albanian Airlines, Safair, Executive Aerospace, 1Time Airlines, Global Aviation, Air One Nine and Eastern Skyjets. In between contracts she trained and qualified as an SEPT and Dangerous Goods Instructor, and has been training Cabin Crew for the last five years.
 
Other achievements
  • Qualified and current Cabin Crew Member - Civil Aviation Authority
  • Train The Trainer
  • Outcomes-Based Assessor Training
  • Outcomes-Based Moderator Training
  • CAA approved SEPT Instructor
  • CAA approved Dangerous Goods Instructor
  • GCAA approved SEPT Instructor
  • Dangerous Goods Cat 6
  • Delivering Quality Service (DQS) Level 1 and 2 (NTW)
  • Flight Management-1. (In-Charge Flight Attendant Course) (NTW)
  • Unruly and Disruptive Passenger module (NTW)
  • CRM – Crew Resource Management – Cranfield Aviation Training
  • On Board Leader Course.
  • Customer Service Skills Course.
  • Transactional Analysis (TACT) Course.
  • Public Address and Voice Clinic.
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