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Preparation for Recruitment Process

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  Topic Started By:  SkydivingRuby    On:  Mon 11th March, 2019 at 13:50
SkydivingRuby
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#2  Preparation for Recruitment Process  Posted 11/03/2019 at 13:50
It has been my dream most of my teenage/young adult life to become a Flight Attendant, unfortunately I made that dream a bit harder to achieve by getting a couple of visible tattoos a few years ago. I had my first session of laser to remove them today, however it's going to take 6 months+ to fully remove them.

I want to spend those months putting myself in the best position for when I'm ready to apply to airlines. I have Responsible Service of Alcohol and First Aid Certificates (although I'm close to being due to update CPR), I also have a Certificate III in Hospitality and some nursing training. Apart from researching the job, airlines, etc what else can I do in this time to become the best candidate I can possibly be?
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cabincrewconsultant
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#3  Re: Preparation for Recruitment Process  Posted 13/03/2019 at 12:13
In reply to post #2...
Well done on preparing yourself well for your journey! It sounds like you are well on the way and doing the ground work already. Read everything you can about the job and want it entails - the reality of it. You can use my website below but also in the career advice section of cabin crew.com there are many articles (many written by myself) that will guide you further about the whole interview process, how to apply, what training's like, career progression etc. Research your chosen airlines really well too, so you can start preparing for the assessment days. Start to prepare your CV and make it really 'cabin crew friendly' (again, there are some articles on this in the career advice section). You can prepare your photos too and decide which airlines to aim for first - plan to apply for as many as you can as at first it can be quite hard to break in to the industry and you want to give yourself every possible chance. Just research and preparing well, will give you more confidence and along the journey, you will learn how to improve through every application and assessment day. All the best on your future career - it will all be worth it in the end!
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