Debbie Elliott, Training Manager, TAG Global Training

EBAA, ECFAC and TAG Aviation have announced the launch of the TAG Aviation Scholarship for cabin crew training. The TAG Aviation Scholarship is offered within the framework of EBAA’s WE-CARE programme and in co-operation with the European Corporate Flight Attendants Committee (ECFAC) and is available to WE-CARE members.

A long standing member of the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA), TAG Aviation is offering the scholarship in celebration of its 10th anniversary of providing global pilot and cabin crew training. Current WE-CARE members are encouraged to apply between 9 June and 15 August 2017.

The scholarship covers the fee for a training course for one person for a UK CAA-approved EASA Attestation. The EASA Cabin Crew Attestation Training will comprise a 5- or 7-day course at TAG’s training center at its UK-based Farnborough Airport location and is valued at £700 (equivalent to +/- €800).

“As the first provider in the UK to offer this training, we’ve seen many crew benefit from having an Attestation in order to freelance within Europe,” said Debbie Elliott, Training Manager at TAG Global Training, TAG Aviation.
The application window closes on 15 August and the scholarship winner will be notified on 31 August. The scholarship award ceremony will be held at the EBAA European Cabin Service Conference on 8 September in Brussels.

TAG Scholarship Rules and Information

•    Apply via the WE-CARE website and send an email to: scholarship@we-care.ebaa.org
•    Applications must include a 200-word essay explaining why you believe you should be awarded this scholarship, and
•    A letter of recommendation from a person you know within aviation
•    Applicants must be 18 years or older
•    TAG Global Training, EBAA and ECFAC will not be responsible for housing, transportation or other associated costs
•    The award must be used within one calendar year


WE-CARE is a platform created by the EBAA in co-operation with the European Corporate Flight Attendant Committee (ECFAC). Their aim is to offer the EBAA Operator Members a place where to find pre-selected, professional, trained and experienced Corporate/VIP Cabin Attendants, whether it is on short notice for a specific flight, for a temporary replacement or for a scheduled long-term mission. For more information, visit www.we-care.ebaa.org.

The ECFAC is dedicated to adding value to the Business Aviation Industry by supporting and ensuring the highest quality level of the Flight Attendants (F/A’s), Cabin Crew Members (CCM’s) and Flight Technicians (FT’s) hereby collectively designated as “Cabin Attendants” who operate in the Business Aviation environment. Its aim is to improve the awareness of the numerous benefits their presence on board offers to the Operators. For more information, visit www.we-care.ebaa.org/ECFAC.

About EBAA
The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) was founded in 1977 to defend the interests of business aviation. Today, more than 800 business aviation companies (direct members or members of associate organisations) rely on the EBAA to protect their business interests. It is the only voice to represent business aviation among the European institutions. For more information, visit www.ebaa.org.