You had a dream to be a cabin crew. You decided to take action. You lined-up, you got rejected, you lined-up again, and made it through the very first and most critical interview. You were then called for the medical check and the final interview. You waited nervously for the results, and then it happens, you made it! You wanted to celebrate but wait, this is simply the very first stage. There is still a second and most critical stage, that is training!
Cabin crew training is the most challenging part in your journey to your wings. Many are actually caught by surprise on how challenging cabin crew training is. This article is to prepare you for what you have to go through as a new cabin crew trainee. Training programs in airlines may differ from one another but one thing we are sure of is that the passing mark for most is above 90%! Why? When you are flying, one little mistake can result to so much unfavorable results, especially when safety is on the line.
Before we go through things you have to prepare for, allow us to rundown the misconceptions about cabin crew training.
Now, let's run down what you will be going through during training.
Below are our tips and advices on how to make it through those two to three gruelling months of training:
Always focus on your goal. The best things in life are not free, they are earned! Good luck on your training future cabin crew! Promise, the journey is worth every blood, sweat, and tear.