What are the Do's and Dont's during the Cabin Crew Interview?

What are the Do's and Dont's during the Cabin Crew Interview?

What are the Do's and Dont's during the Cabin Crew Interview?

Do’s and Dont’s During Cabin Crew Interview 

 

Here are the do’s for your cabin interview:

Be on Time - If you could be earlier because a lot of applicants will be there as well. Never be late because you could never be late once you are a cabin crew.

Be prepared - Physically, mentally, and emotionally be prepared. The reason why lots of people don’t the job because of the assessment process which relies on these aspects.

Make friends - Do make friends with your seatmates because this is one point of where recruiters assess you with. Much  better if you can build yourself  to strangers during the recruitment day. For example, you can share to the interview that you already made friend to 5 of which build a good impression of you and also they observe of whom are really getting to know people in the venue and who’s not.

Smile all the time - Smile like you won the lottery or its your wedding day. Like what Sir Mond of Fly High Manila shared in our previous video that there are aspirants who smiles whenever they are being interviewed and after they them frowning among the other candidates. The moment you enter the door of the venue, recruiters eye you on everything you do.

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Listen carefully to instructions and follow them - Instructions are very important as a way of assessing you in terms  of how smart you are, tests your listening skills, and how you follow instructions. Recruiters are looking for candidates who can easily follow instructions and implement it. No matter how good you are, if you don’t follow their instruction you’ll gonna get the cut.

Do stand straight all the time - On recruitment day, from 7am-7pm its hard but you have to maintain your poise or posture because every second count since recruiters are observing all the time.

Make eye contact - Just the right amount of eye contact to recruiters and your group mates is way to show that your are confident. Because some people who doesn’t look in the eye are very suspicious or very shy. Then, they don’t want these kind of people in the company. It conveys also that you can be trusted.

Listen to something inspiring -Listen to inspiring music or talk before the interview. Through it, you can pick up the good vibes to show being contagious and enthusiastic to recruiters. When you are in the good mood, you can stand out among the other candidates.

Visualize yourself as a flight attendant - Think, imagine, and believe that you are a flight attendant going to Paris. This will you in the amazing mood that the recruiters can sense and feel from you.

Include others during group discussion - This is the key to pass the group discussion stage. You have to include other people and acknowledge them during the group activity. This can be done by mentioning their name such as “That is a good idea Maria!” and “This is my piece and view of point. How about you Diane?

Take deep  breaths - Having interviews are very stressful situations where everybody is beautiful and well spoken.  You doubt yourself if you can make it or not. Take deep breaths to calm yourself, center yourself, and have focus. This a way to save yourself on the interview. Also, when talking you can take breath to sound calm and confident. Just breath.

 

Here are the dont’s for your cabin interview:

Don’t show any signs of negativity - By means of frowning, saying something bad about your previous employer, or previous application. They can test you on this by asking negative questions and instead answer it on a positive note. Don’t fall on their trick.

Don’t look at your phone

Don’t yawn or look bored

Don’t space out or sleep

Don’t compete with other applicants - You need them for team work, don’t compete through your mind and during group discussion. It’s hard but think that they will help you get the position instead.

Don’t rely on your “good English” - You still need to practice your answers in English no matter how good your are.

Don’t show up without doing any research - You must research for the role of cabin crew, the airline company, CEO, and latest happenings in the airline industry. This shows your interest to get the job.

 

Overall, it takes time and proper preparation to get the flight attendant job. All these do's and dont's will help you succeed in to pursue the cabin crew interview of your dreams.

 

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