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Cabin Crew Examiner and Expert Witness

Curriculum Vitae: Paul Milverton

Cabin Crew Examiner & Expert Witness

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Paul Milverton
   Cabin Crew Examiner & Expert Witness



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Flight Attendant Training:

Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) accreditation for Crew Resource Management Ground Instructor (CRMI(G)
Aviation First Aid Instructor Certificate (EASA/CAA recognised)
EASA Cabin Crew Attestation, Form 142 Holder
Emergency Operating Procedures, various aircraft
Defence Aviation Safety Crew Resource Management Trainer Certificate
Teaching and Instructing Techniques Course Certificate
Intermediate Management and Leadership Skills Certificate
The Human Factor Crew Resource Management Certificate
Rapid Decompression Chamber Training (Hypoxia)
Combat and Sea Survival Training
Aviation Medical Training
Aircraft Cabin Smoke and Fire Training
City & Guilds 707/1 and 707/2 - Food and Beverage Service
Royal Institute of Health and Hygiene Certificate
First Aid at Work Course Certificate  


Flight Attendant Fleet Experience:

Lockheed TriStar L1011 C2, KC-1, KI,
Hawker Siddeley (HS-125) 400, 600, 700, 800 800XP and 1000
Andover E Mk 3A, CC Mk 2
Gulfstream IV, V, 550
Bombardier Challenger 601, 604
Dassault Falcon 2000
British Aerospace 146 (BAe146) 


Flight Attendant Hours:

Total time 7600+ hours (RAF 6300+ hours / Civil 1300+ hours)


Career  History:


2015 - date

GMR Consulting, USA and UK
Aviation Consultant and Expert Witness
Provide Expert Witness services to lawyers regarding all aspects of cabin safety operations and procedures, in connection with aviation incidents.   


2007 - date

GAMA Aviation, UK and worldwide

     (2013 - date)

Cabin Safety and Training Manager
Primarily employed in the Training Department instructing Flight Crew on emergency evacuation and safety equipment on their aircraft types, including BBJ-800, Beechcraft 200 and 350, Bombardier Challenger 601 and 604, Embraer Imperial Legacy, Dassault Falcon 900DX and 2000, Bombardier Global Express XRS, Hawker Siddeley (HS-125) 400, 600, 700, 800 800XP and 1000, Gulfstream V and 550, Learjet 45.
Deliver Crew Resource Management (CRM) initial, recurrent and change of operator courses to Flight Crew and Attendants.  Deliver initial and recurrent First Aid Training to all crew as well as Cabin Service Training, Customer Service Training and Fixed Base Operations (FBO) Ground Staff Customer Service courses.
Work with the Technical Publications Officer and Quality Manager to create and amend Cabin Safety Instructions Cards for all GAMA aircraft types.  Create and amend company Operations Manuals (both general/basic and aircraft type specific) for Survival and Emergency Equipment sections, in accordance with EASA regulation and CAA audit findings. Assist the Head of Training with the amendments of section of company Operations Manual regarding training.
Perform Flight Attendant duties as required.

     (2008 - 2013)

Cabin Services Manager, UK
Responsible for the recruitment, development and daily management of the freelance and contract Flight Attendants in the UK. Developed and implemented Flight Attendant training, including creating and amending Flight Attendant and Crew related Operation Manuals. 

     (2007 - 2008)

Flight Attendant on a Gulfstream 550 based in Moscow for 6 months


1994 - 2007

Royal Air Force, RAF Brize Norton, Northold and Benson, flying worldwide

     (2004 - 2007)

Station Air Steward Standards Evaluator, 32(The Royal) Squadron
Reviewed the formulation and implementation of Air Stewards training policy and the overall standard of Royal Air Steward Proficiency. Monitored standards of training, assessed operational proficiency and maintained standardisation in both normal and emergency operating techniques and procedures.
Carried out periodic and no notice categorisation checks and proficiency tests of all Royal Air Stewards and Royal Air Steward Instructors.
Re-designed and updated Cabin Crew Training Manuals for BAe 146 and HS125 aircraft.
Maintained the upkeep of Basic Training Records for all Squadron personnel and arranged relevant refresher courses. Organised and instructed regular courses on Sea Survival, demonstrating the functions of life rafts, crew lifejackets, passenger lifejackets and associated survival equipment.
Maintained a current operating role as an on-line Air Steward, including personal Air Steward to HRH The Prince of Wales for 12 years, serving on over 650 royal flights.

     (2001 - 2004)

BAe 146 / HS125 Air Steward Instructor
Provided Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) and Safety and Emergency Equipment Procedures instruction, monitoring and examination on BAe 146 and HS125 aircraft.
Submitted written reports on all training and examinations undertaken.
Recommended amendments to the BAe 146 Air Steward course syllabus and Cabin Crew Training Manual.
Delegated Air Stewards to Royal, VIP or routine tasks commensurate with their experience. 

     (1995 - 2001)

Deputy Air Steward Leader
Controlled the administration, personal standards and discipline of all Air Stewards. Advised trainees regarding development, health and safety and equal opportunity responsibilities.

     (1994 - 1995)

Air Steward on The Queens Flight
Operated on the BAe 146 serving members of the Royal Family