A no-fuss guide to our ‘Get a Cabin Crew Job’ Course

A cabin crew course isn’t right for everyone. So how do you know if it should be your next step or not?

This no-nonsense guide will let you know all about our ‘Get a Cabin Crew Job’ Course – and there may be a few surprises!

Am I too old or young to attend the course?

No… and maybe.

Most UK airlines don’t have an upper age limit to their cabin crew recruitment and we have had lots of later-life applicants join us on the course. Overwhelmingly they have told us how much it boosted their confidence and helped them recognise what they had to offer an airline.

You can’t apply to become cabin crew until you are 18, so although we are happy to have you join us on the course if you are 17, if you are younger you are better to wait. There’s no point spending time and money on the course when you might have forgotten a lot of what you have learned by the time you need it! We will be delighted to support you when you are a little bit closer to 18.
 

Will the course genuinely give me a head start?

Yes

. We cover in 2 DAYS what other people spend 6 months or more in college trying to achieve. How? Because on day 2 we focus on exactly what you need to know to pass the selection process. Once you are in, the airline itself will cover what you need to do the role, so we don’t need to teach you things which won’t make a difference to your application at this stage. You will get to learn a huge amount about the role on day 1, and a have a go at all sorts of practical tasks from a a safety demo to basic first aid. After you have been completely inspired by the role during your first day with us, day 2 will follow on perfectly to show you how to get actually secure a job with an airline.
 

Will the course teach me things about passing the selection tests I would never otherwise know?

Yes.

There are other cabin crew courses available but none of them have a selection psychologist or two cabin crew college lecturers on their team! This means that we can help you perform in the way the airlines need, because we understand what the tests will be looking for.
 

Do you have a track record in helping people like me going from their normal job to an airline career?

Yes.

When we ran Go Cabin Crew we contributed to helping hundreds of people who attended our courses
 

Can I then apply these skills to any job I apply for, cabin crew and other roles?

Absolutely.

The things we cover in day one won’t be relevant (it’s cabin crew role based) but day 2 covers the very latest in selection centre and interview techniques will be incredibly useful wherever you decide to apply.
 

Will the course give me the experience to know if the job is truly right for me?

Yes,

there’s nothing like spending 2 days with cabin crew, using the equipment, hearing their stories, doing cabin crew tasks to give you a great insight!
 

Will it completely transform my CV and interview performance?

Yes!

This may sound like an exaggeration but it really isn’t. Your application and interview will be SO much better after you have come on our course. You’ll just have to come along and find out for yourself.

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Hannah

Hannah is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist specialising in recruitment, selection and assessment. This means she designs and assesses at selection days just like the ones airlines use.

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