30-31 May, Madrid: Cabin Crew Interview Preparation Course

How to be Cabin Crew team will host a two day intensive training in Madrid, this March. Our course will prepare you for the various Cabin Crew applications and interview stages with major airline companies, ensuring you are successfully recruited as Cabin Crew.

Our course has been designed to expose you to what the airline recruiters are looking for when viewing potential candidates, so you can build your confidence and stand out of the crowd.

By attending the How to be cabin crew conference, you will:

•Gain a better understanding of the steps you need to take in order to apply for a cabin crew job

•Find out exactly what the airlines are looking for when they recruit

•Full training on how a cabin crew interview is structured

•Find out the flight attendant requirements in 2020

•Find out how to apply for a cabin crew job

•Learn how to make an impressive CV & pictures for the interview

•Gain an insight into the selection testing and interview process

•Prepare for typical airline interview English tests

•Practise all the stages of the interview

•Learn how to pass the one on one stage of the interview with simulated questions

•Dramatically increase your chances of being selected

• Learn about personal grooming and how to dress for your interviews

Our courses are the best choice!

Prepare for take off !

What will you learn during?

Our course will cover the following key areas to help you prepare for your cabin crew interview:

• Self presentation – how to stand out from the crowd 

• Behaviour – the right approach for all the tasks at the interview

• Team work – how to deal with group exercises

• Body language 

• Group activities – practice, not theory! 

• Final interview simulation

• Interview Q & A’s

• Individual feedback for each student

 

WHEN: 30-31 May

WHERE: Madrid, Sheltair Center Santa Teresa, Calle Santa Teresa 4

WHAT: How to be Cabin Crew 2 day intensive training

PRICE: 250 EUR / 2 day course

 

The How to be Cabin Crew course offers the future cabin crew the possibility to interact with highly experienced professionals in the aviation industry, discuss about their career plans and find out valuable information regarding the flight attendant job.

Book your seat now! Click here and fill out the subscription form

*limited seats

The How to be cabin Crew has significant experience in helping people like you to be successfully recruited as Cabin Crew. Our course is all you need to be successfully recruited by the airlines!

We train you, we hire you, we give you wings!

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Feedback from our student Andreea

When you are working with people, when the professional path of your students is your responsibility, in our case the entire How to be Cabin Crew team, the feedback we receive from our students is very important for our work. It helps us understand what we are doing best and what we need to improve, what are our student’s needs and how we can do things better for them. I admit, after each course, I read very carefully every feedback received and many of them are giving me goosebumps and an immense satisfaction for our daily work.

I wanted to share with you this feedback received via email from our student, Andreea, after she participated at our How to be Cabin Crew course in June. I think it represents the essence of our work and from all we want to transmit to our students in the hours spent together. A How to be Cabin Crew course is not only about the preparation for an interview with an airline company, it is a life lesson, a useful tool for the people who need to boost their confidence, to overcome their emotions, to get out of their comfort zone and to look optimistically toward their professional future. Here are Andreea’s thoughts sent to us:

 

Hello girls,

I am very happy to see how you succeeded to transform me in a very ambitious person regarding getting my wings. Let me tell you how it all started. In a rainy day, a few weeks ago, I “woke up” searching interviews for a Cabin Crew job, like every other human passionate about this domain. That’s how I found you and reading your virtual pages with very much enthusiasm, I told myself I need to meet you in person. Why? Because I don’t know anyone else, in Romania, at this moment, capable and willing to share such a big volume of information about this domain…and for free!

I followed the correct steps and I registered for your How to be Cabin Crew course. Even if I am a strong person and mostly pragmatic, I felt the emotion of a new feeling at the thought that I will share, for a few days, the same physical space and energy with a beautiful group of people, motivated by the same values as me and ready to receive me in their world among the clouds.

I am the person who has standards, but never expectations. How? It is simple, I think that we attract towards us exactly what we are and therefore, taking care of myself and keeping a positive attitude, I have the certainty that the ones with which I will interact, will be very optimistic and they act under the same principles as mine. Nothing is by chance!

We tend to be friends with those who seem similar to us at the first encounter, but I fell in love with your team even before meeting you. I fell in love with your energy and the way you treat every person like they are the most important ones. I don’t know how to tell it better, but that’s what I felt, even if you were in the middle of your event in another city, you found some moments to talk with me. Now, thinking a little about how intense was the course in Bucharest and knowing that for you, breaks are a luxury, I appreciate you even more!

And then, we finally saw each other! If in the first day I felt my emotions, and also my colleagues emotions, starting with the second day, that beautiful decorated training room, was “flooded” with friendships, like we knew each other for a lifetime. For me, this was my first time having this kind of experience and I tell you sincerely, you will remain in my heart even if you want it or not.

I enjoyed very much all the exercises, the individual and also the group ones, and the most wonderful part was the stories of Nicole, our trainer, which were full of life lessons, but also a little bit funny. Another thing that I loved tremendously was that you really are what you teach us to be and that is a very big thing! Theory remains theory, if it’s not doubled by an attitude and behaviour in the same tone like the words you say. And you, not only you are a vivid example that intelligence, continuous knowledge and seriousness will bring maximum results. But you also added something: warmth and femininity. It is clear that you are strong women, but you are also very pleasant and of an elegance hard to achieve! Starting with the location of the course, the attitude towards us, the students, ’till your wardrobe choices, or the opening and confidence you showed us from the start, you overflow of beauty.

I will conclude by saying, with a child’s sincerity, that I would not change anything to this course. Yes, maybe with time passing and eventually with a little help for your former students, I would invest time and other resources in another version of the course, a long one. I understand that this course is structured especially to simulate the real interview with an airline company and that’s why, I would keep this formula, as well as the English course. And also I would add a course of ten days, in order to have more time to practice more exercises, to communicate more between us, students, and also, between us and you, because you are so dearly and we want to know you even better. And a little detail: would be nice to organise a night out in the city, especially when we have students from other countries, like it was in our case, Mauro and Scott. I understand that these days are very demanding for you and this is one of the reasons I proposed the second formula. Even if it’s a little bit longer, it could be more relaxing regarding the work volume and the information we are receiving every day.

Sincere congratulations for this project and thank you from the bottom of my heart for the information you offered us during these amazing 4 days! I appreciate as well your effort to let us know every new things from this domain through your Facebook and website page “How to be Cabin Crew”

Hugs and can’t wait to see you among the clouds!

Andreea

Thank you Andreea for these kind words and we wish you happy and safe flights!

 

Why to choose a How to be Cabin Crew course?

Why choose us?

  • Our trainers have significant experience in aviation, working both as cabin crew and recruiters for major airline companies.
  • We teach you, step by step, how to be successful at the interview
  • Our How to be Cabin Crew employment success rate is approximately 80% – this means that 80% out of our students are passing the interview with an airline company and are working as Cabin Crew.
  • You are receiving real and objective feedback regarding you success rate of employment. Our trainers will tell you what to do, and mostly, what NOT to, in order to know exactly what you need to improve
  • Our courses are covering information about the interview tasks, how an cabin crew interview goes, what happens after the interview and also about the life of a Flight Attendant in the Middle East and in Europe
  • We offer after course guidance and support. Throughout the course-interview-employment period we are here for you, we offer you advice and help you succeed. We are keeping a very strong connection with our students, and sometimes, even with their parents.
  • We publish everyday articles about the aviation life, interviews with successful flight attendants, stories from “the clouds” and we answer to all your questions.
  • Till present time, we prepared over 2500 students and organized more than 140 courses in Europe
  • We are always smiling and we receive our students with an open heart. We are striving constantly to be better every day and that’s what makes a difference.

We prepare you to pass any airline interview:

If you want to have a broad overview of the role and duties of cabin crew, airline companies profiles, stages of each airlines’s interview and how to pass them, we are waiting for you at our 4 days intensive course. We make your perfect cabin crew CV & pictures, we help you gain confidence and learn how to speak in public, so you will have a flawless performance at your cabin crew interview. Details and registration here.

Diana and her motivation to become Cabin Crew

I couldn’t even know how to start Diana’s story. I admit that in the moment I read what I wrote I felt very happy, because I’ve never known her motivation of becoming a Flight Attendant. Just now, almost 10 months after I met her, I found out the real reason why she wanted to prepare with us and why she fought so hard to become a Cabin Crew. I let you read her story, it’s a sincere one and truly emotional.

“I know that most people want a career in aviation due to the desire of travelling the world, having a fulfilling life, in which no other day is the same as the next one. I will be honest, I wished to become a flight attendant due to financial motives. Yes, I admit, I arrived at a point in my life where my actual job offered few financial perspectives, and the situation from home wasn’t so pink. I had two parents closed to retiring, a bank loan and a long list of things that were asking rapidly to be resolved. I know, doesn’t sound so optimistic, but this were the real reasons in that moment. I woke up alone in the situation of holding the financial situation of my family, concerned in the same time for the present and the future of my parents. For me, my family is extremely important and it’s the motor that keeps me alive. And with my ‘fabulous’ salary which permitted me to live decent in Bucharest, I knew I didn’t have something to offer.

So I had to brace up and I thought what I can do. Two of my best friends were already Flight Attendants for an airline company in the Middle East and I knew how much they won, what monthly salary enters in their pockets, what expenses they have, and how much they get to save every month. One of them already made a bank credit of 20.000 euros from a bank in UAE (credit obtained relatively easy, installment credit for 3 years, without any rate of interest), with want she wanted to start a small family business, in Romania.

I thought to follow their example, mostly from a financial perspective, not especially for the glamorous life, full of travels and luxury. I didn’t know anything about this domain, I knew only that I wanted to go to one interview and to pass it, to not arrive in the situation to apply over and over again in order to be accepted. I admit, I sometimes put a big pressure on myself and I want performance more than anything. Therefore, in a few weeks, I made my homework about what will I do in order to pass successfully the interview with an airline company.

On the 13th, in a Wednesday, I registered to How to be Cabin Crew preparation course. I laughed and I said I will confront my bad luck, due to being on the 13th. I admit, I thought 3 weeks before making this step: to go, to not go, what if I pay 350 euros and I don’t get hired, what will I do? I admit, I was a little bit skeptical, again from financial reasons. My mother told me direct: “Diana, if you don’t take any risk, you will not win. So go, invest money in your preparation, and after you have the chance to have a salary 10 times higher.” It had sense what my mother told me, to I bet 350 euros + a new suit for the interview, following that today, when I write this text, to have a salary around 2500 euros monthly, approximately 8 times higher, exactly like my mother said.

I don’t know if I can put into words what I experienced/learned at your preparation course. It was probably the most beautiful experience before starting my aviation career. Just my first flight as Cabin Crew succeeded to dethrone this experience. Even if I wouldn’t succeed for the first time, I felt that I truly invested in my personal development, and everything that I learned in those 4 days would have had helpful for anywhere I would go. I understood what my strong points are and what are my minuses, I learned to construct my personal presentation in order not to remain in anonymous, I tested my English vocabulary in a serious of situations more and more difficult and challenging, and most importantly, I had in front of me an example of a strong person, which succeeded to have a beautiful career in aviation. Our trainer had 10 years of experience at Qatar Airways and 2 years’ experience as a recruiter. I admit, I was inspired by her story, her determination to fight for a job like this, how she succeeded to make a career out of this and how she knows to be close to her students and to offer them the best there is. When I arrived home in the afternoon, after 8-10 hours at the course, I stayed with my mother another 2 hours to tell her what I learned, about the task I had to take, about my colleagues, and my face was always full of joy. I finally found myself, I discovered how beautiful it is to work in a team and to do what motivates me. In those 4 days I simply got my wings and I had so much confidence in myself.

Georgiana, one of the girls from How to be Cabin Crew team, told me from the first day “you have the cabin Crew lipstick, you look amazing” and I knew I blushed like a kid. I wouldn’t know how to thank Anca and Georgiana for the passion they put in this project and for the way in which they get attached to us. The girls have something special (and I think every student can confirm this), and with my confession I hope that both will understand (at least a part) the immense joy they brought in me and how grateful I am for what they have done.

After almost 8 months of flying, I overcome all my financial fears and permanent concerns towards the future. Not only because I have a salary that gives me confidence and makes me smile when I read my statement account, but because today I got so much confidence in myself that nobody could take that away from me. I know if I will start again from 0, I would have the strength to get over any obstacle and to stand straight. Aviation is a domain that teaches you how to be a winner.

Courage darlings, the future has big plans for each one of us!”

Diana

 

We prepare you to pass any airline interview:

If you want to have a broad overview of the role and duties of cabin crew, airline companies profiles, stages of each airlines’s interview and how to pass them, we are waiting for you at our 4 days intensive course. We make your perfect cabin crew CV & pictures, we help you gain confidence and learn how to speak in public, so you will have a flawless performance at your cabin crew interview. Details and registration here.

Impressions from our last Cabin Crew Interview preparation course in Rome

On 8-9 October 2016, How to be Cabin Crew team organized the second cabin crew interview preparation course in Italy, Rome. We had 2 days of intensive preparation, which offered us the opportunity to meet amazing students, with an enormous desire to learn a lot about the Cabin Crew position and also to get their wings as soon as possible.

We had students from Germany, Italy, Cameron, Philippines and Romania and during the 2 days we tried to create the most beautiful and motivating learning experience for our students. The feedback received at the end of our course made us realize that we succeeded to make our students feel more confident and ready to fly among the clouds.


Georgiana and me went to Rome on 5th of October and we enjoyed 2 days off before the course started. We wandered the streets of Rome, we ate lots of pasta, pistachio gelato (my favorite) and coconut gelato (Georgiana’s favorite), we celebrated together one more year in my life (on 6 October was my birthday) and took advantage of all the beauties this cities has to offer.

Most of times, we are working from Monday to Monday, so whenever we have a day off for ourself we try to take fully advantage of it.

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But let me tell you about the course and the beautiful experience we had preparing students of different nationalities and backgrounds. We were lucky because our students had an advanced level of English, so we had a fluent and extremely friendly conversation. At each course, our students become gradually our friends and dear people that I try to motivate every day to be better, to have more confidence in them and to aim as high as possible. Our students in Rome already had customer service experience, so the process of learning was extremely easy, each one understanding rapidly how they have to approach the clients/passengers and to solve the situations in which the recruiters could put them through in order to prove their customer service abilities.

We exercised together the stages of an airline interview, public speaking techniques, English tests and lots of games to stimulate their creativity and critical thinking. We laughed and learned a lot and we made sure our students will leave the place much more prepared for an airline interview, more positive and self confident.

I am very grateful for each course and for the people I have the chance to meet and I am very happy we manage to expand our courses all over Europe. And I truly believe that this is only the beginning.

I leave here one of the feedbacks received after our course, from Maecy Villegas, our student from Philippine, based in Milan:

”Dear Anca,

I have learned a lot from you and my colleagues during these two days of course. I would like to thank you for this amazing opportunity. I am more confident now because I know I am prepared and ready to spread my wings.

You were so nice to us and I felt really comfortable during your classes. Not only that I learned a lot, but I also had fun. I had the chance to meet new friends and a mentor (you!). This course is one of the best things I’ve ever done because it gives me a little more sparks to shine. I am thankful for your help and your advice and I will always keep them on my mind and try to follow them as much as I can.

You encouraged me to always give the best of me in every challenge I will be facing in my life. You became one of my heroes and the image of success that will inspire me in my career.

Thank you,

Maecy”

See you in the sky!

Anca

Book your seat at our next cabin crew course in Rome. For further information, check this page: https://howtobecabincrew.com/how-to-be-cabin-crew-2-day-course/

Cabin Crew interview preparation course in Rome: May, 6-7

How to be Cabin Crew team will host a two day intensive training in Rome, this May. Our course will prepare you for the various Cabin Crew application and interview stages with major airline companies, ensuring you are successfully recruited as Cabin Crew.

You dream of being a flight attendant, but do you know how to become one?

Do you know what you need to learn before starting your career?

There are some simple steps you need to take into consideration before you start. And we are here to give you all the information! How to be Cabin Crew course will help you build confidence and learn how to approach an interview. We provide full guidance and advice on how to prepare for, and pass, the interview stages.
cabin crew course

By attending the How to be cabin crew conference, you will:

•Gain a better understanding of the steps you need to take in order to apply for a cabin crew job

•Find out exactly what the airlines are looking for when they recruit

•Find out the flight attendant requirements in 2017

•Find out how to apply for a cabin crew job

•Learn how to make an impressive CV & pictures for the interview

•Gain an insight into the selection testing and interview process

•Stand out from other candidates applying for a cabin crew position

•Practise all the stages of the interview

•Dramatically increase your chances of being selected

Book your seat now! Click here and fill out the subscription form

Prepare for take off !

What will you learn during?

Our course will cover the following key areas to help you prepare for your cabin crew interview:

• Self presentation – how to stand out from the crowd 

• Behaviour – the right approach for all the tasks at the interview

• Team work – how to deal with group exercises

• Body language 

• Group activities – practice, not theory! 

• Final interview simulation

• Interview Q & A’s

• Individual feedback for each student

 

WHEN: Rome, 6-7th May 2017

WHERE: Rome, Trastevere English School, Viale di Trastevere 108

WHAT: How to be Cabin Crew 2 day intensive training

PRICE: 250 EUR / 2 day course

 

The How to be Cabin Crew course offers the future cabin crew the possibility to interact with highly experienced professionals in the aviation industry, discuss about their career plans and find out valuable information regarding the flight attendant job.

Book your seat now! Click here and fill out the subscription form

*limited seats

The How to be cabin Crew has significant experience in helping people like you to be successfully recruited as Cabin Crew. Our course is all you need to be successfully recruited by the airlines!

Book your place now! Complete de subscription form!

Click here for more details!

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