airlinejobtraining.com in Auckland, New Zealand said: Never give up on your dreams,
I have met some great trainee Cabin Crew, whom the job was designed for, some have been for interviews over 4 + times. I have met some cabin crew that I really need to question! how did they get through?
As an Airline Training Director, I train an average 220 initial ( New )Cabin Crew trainees per year myself global & oversee 2 x training centres that process 600 recruits Ab-initio recruits. www.airlinejobtraining.com
I sometimes wonder what selectors are on! The fact remains the interview process starts from the time HR receive your application upto the time you are signed off (after your initial training & Famil flights). Do not forget this!!
some suggestions are: Research the Airline! Know as much as you can about the Airline the Aircraft, the routes,The CEO, The latest in News, events, sponsorships relating to that Airline.
Follow the application,Interview & assessment instructions, if it says full length Photo's thats exactly what they want.
C.V. Resume should relate your work experience & background to the position, If you have any single ounce of face to face customer orintated service experience working in a retail shop or being a Volunteer at election time. I want to know this in your C.V./ Resume.
We use common questions, We also change them, once we see them being posted 45 minutes after the first round of 1 on 1's are complete.
Have your own answer's, I cant stand listening to the same common or rehearsed answer to a question.
The photographer made my full length photo with bad photoshop touch , how can that affect my opportunity to be employed. the position is business promotion executive but I really feel that I have strong experience, just the photo that the photographer made doesn't look so good.