Well done. You know the difference between an investment in your future and a waste of money!
Smart you are. Wisely you chose. Interview Jedi you’ll be.
You have chosen wisely by following this path. You already know that it’s not necessary to go to a multi-day flight attendant school, use vacation days or take an unpaid leave of absence from your job, just to get an expensive certificate that has no value on your resume! You’re here because you know what really gets you the job offer is how you answer the questions asked by recruiters, right? Our business focuses on one thing, helping you develop great interview skills, how to prepare for the interviews, and give the responses recruiters want to hear to help get you that job offer.
The usual question is, “But what about all those things flight attendant schools teach for a week, isn’t it useful to know all that in advance?” The answer is no, period. Every airline will teach you what you need to know about working there and the course material you need to study and pass during their training. The only useful part of any flight attendant school is the time spent coaching for the interview. None of the extra things taught in any flight attendant school helps you get the job, none of it. They have to come up with useless, time-filling content to make people feel like they got something for their 2000.00. Here’s a quick overview of time-fillers. Is learning any of this going to help you get a job offer?
- Airport codes? 24-hour clock? Time zones? X (We give this content to you for free!)
- History of the flight attendant? X (Really? How does knowing flight attendant history help you get a job offer?)
- Passport assistance? (Here’s the link to the US Department of State Passport Services. Next!)
- Practicing safety demonstrations? X (Each airline teaches trainees how to do the demo their way)
- CPR training? X (Airlines teach this during their training)
- How scheduling works, bidding for schedules and time off? X (Airlines teach this during their training)
- What about Turbulence? Aircraft familiarization? Airline Terminology? X (Airlines teach this during their training)
We’re committed to doing what’s best for our customers. All options come with a customized web page made just for you with online interview and resume development courses and resources for free that others charge for. No one does what we do with the same level of success! Check out the interview coaching options and decide what’s best for you. Call us if you have any questions!
So, what do I get when I sign up for interview coaching?
In addition to the one-on-one coaching, you get as a bonus access to these great 14 courses for 90 days:
- Common interview questions
- Designing your resume
- Airline types – who should I work for?
- Applying for a job
- Social media – how it can stop you from getting hired, or get you fired
- The 24 hour clock
- Time zones
- Weather conditions
- Turbulence for crewmembers
- Duty time regulations
- Sterile cockpit/Sterile flight deck
- Aircraft orientation
- Aircraft doors: B737 & A320
Plus 5 free downloads, yours to keep:
- Airline terminology
- The 24 hour clock
- Airport codes
- The phonetic alphabet
- Time zones
Our goal is to coach you well on what to say, what not to say, what to do, and what not to do, so you get hired and give you the resources to succeed. We know the joy of working as a flight attendant and want to help as many of you succeed in achieving your career goal and experience the same happiness as we have!