Cabin Crew TRAINING FEES
Are you excited to meet your chance to travel the world? I know you are and let me tell you something: You aren’t alone! There are thousands and thousands of candidates just like you. However, what I want you to know is that you need an advantage to be hired.
Working as a Cabin Crew is a great opportunities to travel the world for free, and in overnight cases, get free hotel and meals. But is’ SO MUCH MORE THAN THAT! You will be able to build long-lasting relationships and develop valuable customer service and life-saving skills. In this blog post I will help you learn what you’ll need to do to start your Cabin Crew career.
Yes, Training Matters! Every day, the recruitment officers have a chance to choose between those who are trained and those who are not. Just take a guess who gets the interview?
My Social Media Learning Platforms for Cabin Crew provides many advantages to landing your dream job and getting hired in the very high competitive environment that we are right now. Airlines are slowly starting the recruiting for many departments and this is great opportunity to actually prepare and get some insight. Here is a simple format that I suggest and have most of it elaborated on my Youtube Channel:
- Learn the requirements :
2. Assess your SKILLS:
3. When you have NO EXPERIENCE/ You are FRESHER:
4. Research for jobs:
Over here I suggest that you use all job search resources and research companies. Schedule yourself informational interviews and network regularly. This will allow you to straighten your confidence and apply with ought hesitation.
We come to an important point over here and that is your experience and the training fees. If you don’t have any prior experience, then some trainings can help you get a foot in the door. Cabin Crew do so much more than just serving food and beverage. A lot can happen in the air and you want to be prepared to deal with anything that may come up. It’s very good if you learn the flight regulations, job responsibilities and different airline standards. Cabin Crew are trained to handle emergencies and keep passengers safe. Aim to learn and develop skills in first aid, security, evacuation methods, and aircraft safety procedures. This is why I have prepared the following Youtube video:
Having training or experience with a flight attendant training school gives you a serious advantage over your competition and shows airlines that you’re committed to your career path.
Cabin Crew jobs are one of the highest demand jobs a person can apply to. There are hundreds of bits of information and steps in the hiring process, therefore, it is best to have some idea about what are the Cabin Crew trained during their flying career so the same can be your guide that will help you successfully gain knowledge and get through the hiring process to land your dream job.
Thinking about doing it on your own? YOU ARE SMART! YOU CAN DO IT! I am here to help you!
- Airlines will not take long time to start the hiring process, and we have seen that low cost careers have already started;
- Intense Competition. I have estimated that recruitments will be harder and more selective, therefore the KNOWLEDGE IS THE KEY TO SUCEED;
- Get Hired with ME! My Social Media Platforms provide you Cabin Crew Aviation Knowledge;
- On my Instagram account you may see how candidates are able to make it :
Last but not least,
do apply for jobs you are interested in even if you only meet some of their requirements, please. Depending on the position, employers might hire motivated candidates that learn quickly and provide them with skills training on the job. If you meet a portion of the Cabin Crew qualifications or any other job’s qualifications, but believe you can still succeed in that role, please do apply. Do have in mind to include examples of your work ethic and ability to learn new skills in your CV. Emphasize how your goals align with those of the company you are applying for.
Wishing you all very best of luck. Share all your questions with me in a comment below or Email me on firstname.lastname@example.org