How to Obtain a Cabin crew Member Certificate In Uganda

Obtain a Cabin crew Member Certificate In Uganda By Yourself

  1. To apply for the Cabin Member Crew Certificate, you need to fill out and submit the required Application Form that is issued .
  2. The form is available through the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority office and downloading the form on the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority website..
  3. After filling in the application, you must submit your application to UCAA office or forward them to the following offices office:
    Director General
    Uganda Civil Aviation Authority,
    P. O. Box 5536
    Kampala, Uganda,
  4. After filling out the Cabin member crew certificate application form , you must submit it along with the other required documents. The required documents are:
    (i). The Current Medical Certificate Class 2.
    (ii). Results of practical and knowledge tests (iii) results of practical tests. The results of the knowledge test of a cabin crew member’s certificate will be valid for 12 months from the date of having passed the test.
    (iii). 2. Passport size photographs whose size should be 2cm by 2.5cm.
    (iv). A photocopie of an Identification card, or Passport.
    (v). The certificate is issued by the Authorised Training Organisation indicating satisfactory successful completion of the training.
  5. Additionally, you are required to pay the required application fees and then submit the payment receipt together with your application documents. A fee of UgSh.2,000 is payable in order to get the certification.
  6. A processing time of seven days is needed for the process of processing this Cabin Membership Certificate following which you will be contacted via telephone to collect your new permit at the UCAA office.
  7. You’ll be required to bring your ID documents with you at the time of obtaining your certificate.

Documents that are required

  • Fully completed application form
  • The present Medical Certificate Class 2.
  • Practical and knowledge tests results Slip. Test results of knowledge for cabin crew member’s certificate is valid for 12 months from the date of taking the exam.
  • 2. Passport size photos that should be 2cm x 2.5cm.
  • A photocopie of an identification card or Passport.
  • An official certificate from an Authorised Training Organisation indicating satisfactory successful completion of the training.
  • Copies of their competency guide detailing the grades they have, Safety and Emergency Procedures Training dates, First Aid renewal dates and drill dates.
  • First Aid Certificate
  • The prescribed application fee receipt.

Office Locations and Contacts

Uganda Civil Aviation AuthorityAirport Road-Entebbe,
P.O.Box 5536 Kampala, Uganda
+256 312 352 000/041-320964
Fax: 256-41320964
Telex 61508: CAA U
Uganda Civil Aviation Authority


  • At least 18 years old.
  • Read, speak and comprehend the English language in sufficient detail to fulfill the duties of the cabin crew member.
  • They have completed a instruction approved by the Authority supported by a written confirmation from UCAA which confirms the course’s acceptance.
  • Passed a test on knowledge within the past six months prior to when you apply.


The validity time on a cabin staff member’s certificate is one year.

Processing Time

Processing time of seven days.


  • The applicant should
  1. Fill out the application form as directed,
  2. Send the completed form along together with the necessary documents.
  3. Pay the fees applicable and then submit the receipt for payment.
  4. You must wait for the processing time to end, and then you can collect your cabin crew member’s certificate.


  1. A person is not permitted to act as a cabin crew member If the person holds:the following qualifications:
    a).a cabin crewmember certificate;
    b).a rating that is specific to the type of aircraft or operates under supervision by a cabin crew rated to be able to qualify for the rating
    c).the necessary knowledge required for the type of aircraft and the operating location
    d).the most current Medical Certificate Class 2;
  2. Anyone undergoing training to earn the cabin crewmember certification or rating should not–
    a).form as a component of the minimum required number of cabin crew members for the aircraft
    b).be placed in an operational job which requires a cabin crew member.
  3. In the rules, operating position refers to an operational station that is which is assigned to a cabin crew member to perform emergency tasks.

Requirements Information

  • Full names
  • Physical address and postal address
  • Birth date and location
  • Nationality
  • Gender
  • Information about ratings in place (Aircraft type rating, Date of Issue, Number as well as Expiry Date )
  • If not yet checked for medical examination and have obtained a medical certificate as per The Civil Aviation Regulations
  • If you can write, read, and speak and comprehend the English language, in accordance with the English proficiency requirements for the language of the Civil Aviation Regulations.
  • If you’ve satisfied all the conditions for issue of this license
  • Declaration
  • Signing of the Applicant
  • Date of application

The Document is required

  • A person is not permitted to perform the role of an cabin crew member until the person has an active cabin crew member’s certificate.

Information that could be helpful

  • The person applying for a cabin crewmember certification should have demonstrated a degree of understanding that is appropriate to the rights granted to holders of the cabin crewmember certificate for the following topics—
  • and smoke-training to include
i.emphasis on the obligation of cabin staff to deal urgently any emergency that involve smoke or fire, and, more specifically insisting on the importance of identifying the cause of the fire.
ii.the importance of notifying the flight crew as soon as possible and advising them of the specific actions required to coordination and assistance in the event that smoke or fire are discovered;
iii.the requirement for frequent inspections of areas that could be at risk of fire, such as toilets as well as the smoke detectors;
iv.the classification of fires, the correct type of extinguishing agent and the appropriate procedure to deal with specific fire situations and the method for the application of extinguishing agent and the consequences of improper application and the consequences of using them within a restricted space; and
v.the general procedures for ground-based emergency services in aerodromes.

a.water survival course to include the actual use and donning of personal flotation devices on the water by every cabin crew member; prior to piloting an aeroplane equipped with life-rafts or similar equipment, training should be provided on the proper usage of the equipment in addition to actual practice in the water.
b.survival training to suit the operational areas like desert, polar, jungle or sea
c.medical aspect and the first-aid should include:
i.instruction regarding first-aid and using first aid kits;
ii.first aid in conjunction with survival education and hygiene practices; and
iii.the physical consequences of flying with particular attention to hypoxia

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