I was watching a Captain Joe video (Can a PASSENGER land a PLANE?) and he mentioned that he left out the 20 minutes it took the person to even figure out how to communicate with ATC. It seems to me that with a little training, a crew member would be much more prepared to handle such a circumstance.
Even if it's just one pilot, I could see the benefit of having a crew member able to share the workload (communications, checklists, etc).
I was wondering if there are any airlines that provide pinch-hitter type training to flight attendants (even if it's just a classroom course) in case one or both of the pilots are incapacitated?