Get Shortlisted at the Cabin Crew Open Day
an 80-minute Masterclass to help you pass the initial stage of the recruitment.
A favorite question I ask myself and others several times each day is:
What would this look like if it were easy?
And when it comes to learning how to get shortlisted at the Cabin Crew Open Day, I made easy look like this:
An 80-minute masterclass in which you will learn:
-the three conditions for success to occur at the Open Day and what you can do to embrace them
-how to change your mind about the nervousness of facing the interviewer for the first time
-the expectations the airlines have from the best candidates
-how to dress at the open day and what is the standard of documents you need to present to get shortlisted
-the four critical skills expected from an ideal cabin crew candidate and real-life actions you can embrace today, regardless where you are working and what you are doing right now
-how to master first impressions at the interview
-the top 3 questions asked during the open day and how to provide the best answer to them
-the mindset shift that will align your desires with the opportunities to see them come true
To be offered a chance to show them that you have the skills, experience, and attitude that will make you a great addition to their team, you must show them first that you have the POTENTIAL - to be trained and formed into the ambassadors of their brand, to become the best you can be.
Join this masterclass to learn what you need to say and do so that your potential is immediately obvious to the recruiters.
A former cabin crew and purser in the Middle East, Kara is above else a teacher and seeker of simplicity.
Her deep calling to inspire others to be successful in the pursuit of this career led her to create the website Flight Attendant Central, as a platform for deconstructing the complex cabin crew interview and making it accessible. Now, with a community of readers all over the world, Kara teaches online courses designed to help candidates pass the cabin crew interview from the first try.