It’s an amazing life isn’t it?
Please let me introduce you to Lucy
Just like you, Lucy dreamed of being cabin crew.
She longed to walk through the airport, head held high, knowing others were looking on and wishing they could be her. She had many, many destinations she dreamed of visiting- New York, Sydney, Paris, Tokyo, Hong Kong- she could go on and on.
And imagine getting the opportunity to relax on the sun-kissed beaches of the Maldives or the Seychelles.
Lucy followed many current cabin crew on Instagram and she knew this was the job for her. But, how could she get this job?
Well, first up, Lucy tried out for Emirates…
Lucy realised they were holding an open day in a city near her and decided to attend
She turned up at the open day expecting to find a few dozen people, but there were hundreds there! This was going to much harder than she had anticipated! She joined a queue to hand in her CV and waited and waited (and waited and waited!). After 3 hours, Lucy was nearing the front of the queue.
She was feeling nervous now, but she knew her CV was good. She had written it in her last year of college (3 years ago now!) and her tutor had told it was good, so she wasn’t worried about handing it over.
Lucy was now at the front of the queue. She stepped up to the desk and with a big smile, handed over her CV. The recruiter started to take a few notes on her CV and asked her why she wanted to be cabin crew with Emirates.
Oh no, she hadn’t expected questions!
She quickly mumbled something about them being a brilliant airline. The woman thanked her and asked her to take a seat. They would post up results within the next hour, so Lucy would know if she had made it to the assessment day or not.
The results were posted up and Lucy approached the notice-board with trepidation.
Had Lucy been invited to an assessment day?
She looked in vain for her name, but it wasn’t there. She had failed to make it to the assessment day.
So, that was it- her open day was over and with a heavy heart, Lucy travelled back to her home town, determined to do better next time.
So, it wasn’t to be for Lucy and Emirates. So, she decided to apply to Virgin Atlantic. She made it through the online application process but blew it at the video interview. Wow, it was so much harder than she thought it would be!
Lucy had heard from others that it was really difficult to get a job as cabin crew and she was starting to see what they meant!
Next up Lucy applied for Easyjet. By oh my goodness- the tests! She hadn’t expected those! I mean, what even is a situational judgement questionnaire? And how are you supposed to answer these verbal reasoning and work-related behaviour tests?
So, it was another no for Lucy.
She was starting to get a little dejected, so she decided to apply for a seasonal position with Jet2.com. Surely that would be an easier process?
Their application included an English and Maths test. And Maths was never Lucy’s strong point!
So, yet another rejection for Lucy! Things weren’t going well, were they?
She then decided to attend an open day Qatar were holding at a city not too far away. So, she headed off with her CV and photos and guess what?
Yep, it was another rejection!
So, what went wrong for Lucy?
She didn’t know what was involved in the recruitment process for any of the airlines she applied to
She didn’t tailor her CV for the role of the airline she was applying to
She didn’t do any preparation before applying
That’s the thing about wanting to become cabin crew…
So many others want to be one too!
Competition to be cabin crew is fierce! In fact, 90% of applicants will be unsuccessful!
Yep, you read that right.
For every hundred applicants, 10 will be successful.
Woah- that is terrible odds isn’t it?
It sure is!
When Emirates re-opened for recruitment for example, they were getting 30,000 online applications a month!
Things have calmed down a bit since then, but they still regularly have 15,000 people attending their open days each month!
The number of applicants to all airlines always outstrips the number of jobs on offer.
So, you need to be able to stand-out from the crowd.
Now, you might think this is impossible.
After all, the odds are hardly in your favour.
But here’s the thing
It’s NOT impossible and here at Mondrago, we know what will make a candidate successful.
So, what could Lucy have done differently?
✓ First up, Lucy should have spent considerable time learning exactly what each airline was looking for in their cabin crew. And, believe it or not, this information is freely available on the web!
✓ Once Lucy knew what each airline was looking for, Lucy should have matched her own skills to those the airline was looking for. She could then use these skills to re-write her CV, focussing solely on the skills the airline wanted, and take out all the other stuff that is of no interest to them.
✓ Lucy should have prepared answers to the most commonly asked questions at the open day using the SAR technique. This would have made her much more confident on her open day. This would also have helped her if she had made it to a final interview.
✓ Lucy should have practised before every application. If she wasn’t good at Maths, she should have been working on improving her Maths. If she knew there was a situational judgement questionnaire, she should have learned what this involved and tried one out beforehand.
✓ Lucy should have learned everything there was to know about the airline she was applying to. So, when asked, for example, about why she wanted to work with Emirates she could have mentioned their in-flight service, the awards they have won or their route network. Anything would have been better than her mumbling about being a “brilliant” airline!
So, Lucy knew she had to do better next time but what should she do?
Like many others in the same situation, Lucy turned to Google for help! She joined a few Facebook groups but quickly realised they were full of people like herself searching for advice. The problem was, even though others were trying to be helpful, they simply didn’t know enough to be able to help. Just the other day she’d read a post from someone asking for some advice on their Emirates open day. They were advised to talk to the recruiter as if they were talking to their lover!
Feeling totally confused (and slightly creeped out), Lucy headed back to Google, this time looking for a cabin crew recruitment expert.
Did Lucy find a cabin crew recruitment expert?
She absolutely did! She came across Pauline Park and was impressed at her credentials. As well as having worked in the aviation industry, Pauline had a master’s degree in Tourism Studies and was a fully-qualified teacher. She has been teaching aviation and recruitment for over 20 years.
The more Pauline learned about travel recruitment, the more interested she became, and this quickly became her passion! In fact, over the years she has helped 1000s of her students gain employment in the travel industry.
As the online world (and her reputation!) grew she was constantly being asked to help people with cabin crew recruitment. And, no wonder as this stuff is hard!
So, she set out to apply for every cabin crew job she sees (and she still does!). Pauline would be proud to tell you that she has a 100% success rate in being invited to assessment days, but then she should be good at this stuff- it's her job!
So, to help those who would love to be cabin crew, she put together an incredible course which covered absolutely EVERYTHING she knows about cabin crew recruitment- and it's a LOT!
6 Steps to Cabin Crew Assessment Day
Yep, Pauline’s course does what it says on the tin! It takes you through the 6 steps you need to follow to get yourself an invite to an assessment day.
As you know, Pauline is somewhat obsessed with cabin crew recruitment. So, for her to fully understand what’s involved in the process, she applied and has now been all the way through the recruitment process of many different airlines.
And is now prepared to show you behind the curtains to reveal what’s involved in the whole process!
So, what’s included in 6 steps to cabin crew assessment day
Well, to be honest, it’s everything you need to get an invite to a cabin crew assessment day.
However, if you want a bit more detail, then play the video below:
Yep, it’s all there- 6 steps to landing yourself an invite to an assessment day!
Step 1- finding out how (and where!) airlines recruit
Step 2- recruiters love to Google to find out all about you! They will check your social media profiles, so we’ll show you what they hate to see, as well as what impresses them- so it’s a win-win situation!
Step 3- ALL airlines want to see your CV and many like a covering letter as well! Add to this, more and more airlines are using Automated Tracking Systems, which are computer programs that are trained to “read” CV’s! Worry not, as we have courses covering all of the above, so you can be sure to get your application to the top of the pile!
Step 4- more and more airlines are introducing testing as part of their application process. And no wonder as it helps them identify the best candidates. But guess what? We’ve done all these tests- from situational judgement, to screening questions, to verbal reasoning tests and psychometric tests. We are experts in them all! Even better, we’ll turn you into an expert as well!
Step 5- another new kid on the block of cabin crew recruitment- video interview! No worries though as we have a course that covers everything. AND, you can watch two video interviews take place! Olivia will show you how it’s done and as for Graeme? Well, he’ll show you what NOT to do!
Step 6- Preparing for your assessment day! Again, you get to watch Olivia preparing for her assessment day with the advice of Kirsty, her cabin crew friend. Check out some of the outfits Olivia is considering and see why Kirsty tells her why they’re not a good idea!
Believe it or not, there are over 17 courses available to you in our 6 steps to cabin crew assessment day program.
See what some of our students (and cabin crew!) have to say:
I had been to a few open days and kept being rejected. I was pretty sure the problem was my CV. And I was right! When I bought 6 steps to cabin crew assessment day, I saw straightaway that the problem was indeed my CV. Boy, it was bad! Thanks to all the help and advice in the course, I got through my next open day! I got through the assessment day as well and am now just waiting for my final interview which is being done next week via Skype. Wish me luck!Sophia Diallo
I had taken part in three video interviews and I kept failing. I really struggled with the whole having to talk to a web-cam thing and my answers were terrible- I sounded like a robot. No wonder they didn’t want me! I loved the video interview course included in 6 steps to cabin crew assessment day. I loved the fact that you actually got to watch 2 video interviews. Graeme was hilarious and I couldn’t believe him answering the phone during his interview! Olivia was so good though and gave such measured answers. In fact, I based my answers on Olivia’s in my next video interview and yesterday I received my first ever invite to an assessment day. Watch out skies- I am coming lol!Foutomata Arnaoutis
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I have applied for so many airlines and I noticed a lot of them wanted to access your LinkedIn profile! I didn’t even have a LinkedIn profile. So, I did a Google search on LinkedIn for cabin crew and came across 6 steps to cabin crew assessment day. Wow, what a find! It not only showed me how to create a LinkedIn profile step-by-step, it also showed you how to use it to show case your passion for aviation. It worked as well as have an upcoming assessment day next month! Can’t wait!Esther Harris
Fantastic! Honestly, if you want to get to a cabin crew assessment day, then just buy it! Covers everything you need to know to get you there. I kept being tripped up by situational judgement questionnaires but not any longer! 6 steps to cabin crew assessment day includes so many practice tests that you can do over and over and over again, so when it comes to the real online application, you’ll ace it. Well, that’s what happened to me!Zion Gordon
Worth it for the CV advice alone! Sick of been rejected at open days but know I won’t be with my all-new CV written specifically for Emirates! They won’t be able to resist me! I would not have known where to start with my CV but the amazing 7 second test in 6 steps to cabin crew assessment day showed me the way. Course is fabulous- just buy itMicah Hagger
Amazing value for money! Honestly, the number of courses on offer is incredible and it covers everything you need to know. It helped me with my CV, my SAR answers, a situational judegement questionnaire, screening and open questions, a verbal reasoning test and my video interview! Getting an invite to an assessment day is not easy, but 6 steps to cabin crew assessment day will help you overcome every single obstacle in your way- and there are many! Do not hesitate, otherwise you’ll just keep failing time and time again.Amy Powell
Still not sure that 6 Steps to a Cabin Crew Assessment Day is for you?
We get it! After all, you’ve never met us before and here we are asking for your money and our offer could be rubbish!
Remember you are fully protected by our refund guarantee
But we think it offers incredible value for money.
It never fails to amaze us, some of the crazy things people spend their money on to become cabin crew.
In fact, a girl called Paola contacted Pauline for some help a few months ago. She was desperate to become cabin crew with Emirates and flew all the way from Buenos Aires in Argentina, to Madrid in Spain (yes, you did read that right!) to attend an open day.
She really hoped that the recruiters would be so impressed that she had flown over 6,000 miles to attend. They weren’t, and Luisa was on her way back to Buenos Aires with nothing to show for it (well, except for a very large credit card bill ☹)
What else do people waste money on when applying to become cabin crew?
- Shoes! A day doesn’t go past when someone posts in the Departure Lounge asking what height of shoes you should wear or how pointy the toes should be!
- Lipstick! Oh my goodness, how many emails do we receive here at Mondrago, asking what colour lipstick they should be wearing on their open day?
- Professional photos. Wow, these cost a lot of money and you don’t need to get them done professionally. You can simply stand in front of a plain wall and save yourself loads of cash!
- Travelling to and from various airline open days. Most people travel (often great distances) to get to an open day and this doesn’t come cheap.
In fact, we did a survey a while back in the Departure Lounge, our free Facebook group, and asked people how much people spent preparing for and attending an Emirates open day.
The average amount spent was a staggering $300!
And, of the 100 people surveyed, only 9 had made it to an assessment day!
So, that’s a lot of wasted cash!
What would you be better spending your money on?
Well, at the risk of sounding obvious, we are going to say 6 Steps to Cabin Crew Success
It’s only $49 and you get a lot of bang for your buck!
Why do we think it’s well worth the money?
♥ Pauline has been teaching recruitment for over 20 years, so really does know her stuff. She has been invited to an assessment day for EVERY SINGLE cabin crew job she has ever applied for.
♥ Pauline has gone through many airlines’ recruitment process successfully. So, she knows what the recruiters are looking for and she’s willing to share it with you.
♥ Her success rate in applying for cabin crew jobs is 100%
She has been invited to assessment days with ALL the airlines below. So, if you dream of flying with one of them, Pauline has been through their recruitment process SUCCESSFULLY and is willing to share all her secrets with you.
There are many, many stages before you even get an invite to an assessment day.
And each stage is as important as the next as failure at one stage means the end of the road for your cabin crew dream.
That’s why 6 steps to cabin crew assessment day includes courses on EVERY part of the process, so you won’t reach the end of the road, and will take to the skies instead!
6 steps to cabin crew assessment day is set up in such a way that you can choose to use it as you wish.
Need help with your social media profile? Then go straight to it! Or got a video interview next week? Then start the course there!
You have total of control of how you complete the course because linear courses that make you do one section before you head to another section are so last year!
With 6 steps to cabin crew assessment day, you’re in charge!
6 steps to cabin crew assessment day includes everything Pauline has learned about cabin crew recruitment.
So, you are not tied to a particular airline.
Want to apply for Emirates, Qatar AND Virgin Atlantic?
Not a problem as we cover everything an airline will expect you to do, so there are no nasty surprises for you during your online application!
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Remember, getting a job as cabin crew is incredibly difficult. 90% of all of those applying will be unsuccessful.
It’s a really tough process and the more prepared you are, the better.
We’ve done all the hard work for you, so why not make an investment in your future?
We GUARANTEE it will be a whole lot more successful than a new red lipstick!
So, come on, what are you waiting for?
Don’t you want to be in the 10% of applicants who are successful?
Of course you do!
And you KNOW 6 steps to cabin crew assessment day is the way to do it!
Wondering what happened to Lucy? Well, wonder no more as she’s currently out in Dubai undertaking her training…
II was a bit reluctant in buying this as it’s $49 and what happens if it’s rubbish? Well, I knew there was a good guarantee in place, but to be honest, all these worries were over the very minute I accessed the course! There is everything in there that you need to know when applying to an airline. You can tell Pauline is an experienced teacher, as the courses are so fun and engaging. If you want to get yourself an invite to an assessment day, then do yourself a favour and buy 6 steps to cabin crew assessment day. I can promise you it’s money well-spent!Nicola Johnson