How to become Cabin Crew FREE OF CHARGE

Here is the answer that contains the format of the same. You need to do two things. First one is to follow the structure of the videos I will suggest you to watch and second is to implement and learn all I have shared in the same. I can assure you that YOU GONNA MAKE IT 100%. 

Let’s start!

In order to familiarise yourself with the job description and to get into the subject of the Cabin Crew role, I suggest that you start with the playlist of my Youtube Channel that is named as “Key skills for Cabin Crew”.

Becoming a cabin crew member can be very exciting and glamorous; after all, there are not so many career paths that allows you to travel and work at the same time.In order to be a successful Cabin Crew you need to have the skills, the personality and the look to fit the description. If you’re pursuing for Cabin Crew job, over here is my playlist of the qualities you must possess to set yourself apart from the competition. The list is subject to constant upgrade as I am creating new videos on the subject.

In the second period of your self study process, comes the playlist in which it is good for you to familiarize yourself with the Cabin Crew Requirements. I have name that list as “Qatar Airways Cabin Crew Requirements”, however it is not subject to limitations with the other airlines. All that I share there is very applicable within all the Middle East Airlines.

I receive loads of questions about the requirements of becoming cabin crew. I have decided to help you in answering your question with this detailed playlist. The list is subject to constant upgrade as per your request to me, to keep on creating videos on this subject.

The third part of the self learning process includes the Playlists that will help you prepare that OUTSTANDING CV that will be your visa to become noticed in the first phase of the selection process, usually that is the online application. And here, I extend recommendation that you are fully concentrated, that you have written down and noted everything that I have shared. There are two playlists that I will suggest. One is the the “CABIN CREW CV” playlist and the other is the “CABIN CREW FRESHERS” playlist. Both playlists are containing information that are equally applicable to the experienced and non experienced candidates.

Now comes the time when you should get into the Cabin Crew Interview Questions and Answers and get as much as you can insight on the same, in order to know how to prepare the best answers for the same.

In order to understand the Cabin Crew interview questions and know why the recruiters are asking you the same, I suggest that you go through the following three Insta Live sessions that I have made on my Instagram account https://www.instagram.com/excrewnextcrew/ I am true believer that understanding why we have been asked the Interview Questions during our OD/AD/FI we are going to formulate a precise and convincing answer in order to present ourselves as Cabin Crew Candidate that will be remembered.

The first 40 questions are in this video
The second video
The third video that frames the 120 Cabin Crew Interview questions

We come to a playlist that is equally important and perhaps now even more enhanced and it is related to the Cabin Crew Video Interview topic. The online video interview is an opportunity for the airline to get to know you better. As a strong candidate you should present yourself as someone who can think in advance and prepare answers. During the interview, the one feeling you should not get is surprised. You’re already here, have a look on this playlist. Get yourself familiarized with the questions that might come up and how to answer them.

We come to a part of the self learning process that required indeed getting an insight on where Aviation stands in these hard times and how Covid-19 has affected the Aviation Industry. This topic is part of the general knowledge and it will be deciding factor as during your interview process, the recruiters would wanna know what have you observed and how you have understood the same. Here is a playlist named “The Aviation and COVID-19”.

When you have been deep into the Cabin Crew topic, you have learned a lot about the specifics of the job and all that it takes to become part of the industry, lets dive into some knowledge and some experience that I love to called as PRAGMATISM. Therefore, here are two playlist that I believe represent the same. One is called “LEADERSHIP” and the other one “Cabin Crew & Supervisors Relationship”. Leadership is an important skill for a successful and productive Cabin Crew. This is equally important to you as a candidate for the Cabin Crew job role. The playlist of the “Cabin Crew & Supervisors Relationship” is cleated with strong motivation that will help future as well as current Cabin Crew to mainly establish pleasant and stress free career in any Airline they would choose.

I also wanna recommend the playlist of the MINI AVIATION MANAGEMENT COURSE FOR CABIN CREW. The job role of a Cabin Crew entails performing safety and service duties to ensure that customers/passengers are flying in a safe environment, whilst receiving excellent and high service standards. Life is always varied when you work as a cabin crew. Your training in communication, teamwork, first aid, personality development, and customer care skills will also be helpful and can also be transferred to other areas of the Aviation Industry. I have created this Playlist with a strong desire that with this Mini Aviation Management Course I would inspire many of you to enroll yourself in further education that is covered by such or similar moodle.

I would not summaries with lot of word, but rather with a photo. Candidates that have made it and have become part of Cabin Crew Teams WORLDWIDE have their self studying process looking like this photo:

My videos are quite long and it will take time to get into every playlist, that is why I have created this blog and gave a sequence in the same. You may start and do not exhaust yourself, but try to enjoy as you will be getting into the subjects. I have enjoyed my Cabin Crew job a lot and I hope that you will do the same.

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Yours sincerely, @excrewnextcrew by Julia George

Cabin Crew interview BODY LANGUAGE

When we talk about interviews, irrespective it is a video or face to face interview, I have learned that is important that we understand that interviews ARE NOT ABOUT REALITY. They are about PERCEPTION. The interview itself it is a communication transfer where we display our personality in front of the recruiters but its the interviewers perception, registration and interpretation of the things that we have said and displayed when we use verbal non verbal cues. Its different with what we speak and how we answer. All our answers to all the questions are recorded and the team of HR experts are evaluating them. The decision if we will be hired as Cabin Crew is not made on the spot, we wait for it right?

In the non verbal communication and its impact during the face-to-face exchanges there are three core elements in having effective face-to-face communication of emotions or attitudes: Fist is the nonverbal behavior (facial expressions, for example), than comes the tone of voice, and last but not least is the literal meaning of the spoken word. 

These three essential elements, account for how we convey our liking, or disliking, of another person. The importance of such nonverbal ‘clues’ lies when they appear to conflict with the words used and/or the tone in which they are spoken.  So drawing on the combined findings Professor Albert Mehrabian formulated the 7-38-55% rule with the formula: 

7% of our communication is based on our words; 

38% is based on our tone of voice that we have;

55% is based on our body language.

So 93% of all that we do is not based only on what we are saying but a combination of all of all together.

I would like to highlight that we all should be aware that we are all DIFFERENT FROM EACH OTHER. I have seen some videos on Youtube where Cabin Crew consultants are actually showing to candidates how they should walk. I am very sure that they have not approached the subject of the body language from an academic point of view, cause if they did, they would know very well that those kind of “advice sharing” is not going to be applicable to everyone. 

In my Youtube video bellow, I talk about the four phases of the Cabin Crew interview and these are all occasions when the candidates will be displaying their body language. 

Before you ask me about the Video interview, I would like to say that the content of my Youtube video below is EQUALLY IMPORTANT AND APPLICABLE THERE. We should know that there is a camera, HR teams are observing us so we should not think that we should do something differently. 

The four phases that I talk about are: 1.when we greet somebody, the interviewers, the camera on the online video interview, cause when we start we should greet the viewer even if we do not see him/her at that time. Then comes the 2.second face when the interviewers, the computer in the online video interview is asking us questions. The 3.third phase is when we get an opportunity to ask question and the 4.forth phase is the phase when we leave from the interview. 

I would kindly invite you all to have a look at my YouTube video and share your comments bellow.

Regards, @excrewnextcrew by Julia George

WHAT SHOULD YOU STUDY TO BECOME A CABIN CREW?

 I would like to start this topic with a question to make you trigger your mind: What kind of learner you are? Do you need to first read a lot before you practice something, do you need to see something one time and you already are confident in trying? Do you need a lot of practice before you say that you are able to do something? How long it took for you to specialize in something? And in that SOMETHING I have asked you, have you thought about yourself and found WHO ARE YOU in first place? What are your goals and perceptions, what makes you go to bed happy every night, what annoy you and WHAT DO YOU WANNA BECOME? Have you established goals in your life, are they short term, long term, where do you see yourself, WHAT DO YOU WANT FOR YOURSELF? What are you values, how your behavior affects others? 

I am sorry, ladies and gentlemen, I have asked a lot of questions but had to point the focus on a point that’s more important than anything we talk and that point is YOU. We often related ourselves to others and that is completely fine. I also do that but what I do the most is I explore the developmental background of people I admire, relate to or simply wanna know about. 

In the following video I have given few examples to help you discover and bring the right decision on what you should study in order to become a cabin crew.

Also I have spoken about the MOST IMPORTANT SKILL that aspiring Cabin Crew should posses. All in this video will be a Turing point for you, I am very sure in that. Last but not least, share your feadback with me and all your comments!

Enjoy this video

Sincerely yours, @excrewnextcrew by Julia George