How To Pass Any Airline Assessment Day Final Interview
- You have been invited to an assessment day and you want to do everything you can to be successful.
- You know getting through an assessment day is going to be tough so you know you need to prepare well to stand out from the others
- You would love to actually see what goes on during an assessment day rather than simply reading about it.
- You would LOVE to get to hear what airline recruiters really think of the candidates and why they make the decisions they doBuy now for $29
This is for you if...
You know getting through an assessment day is going to be tough so you know you need to prepare well to stand out from the others
You would love to actually see what goes on during an assessment day rather than simply reading about it.
You would LOVE to get to hear what airline recruiters really think of the candidates and why they make the decisions they do
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See behind the scenes
This course lets you see behind the scenes of an assessment day. Yes, really! Whilst all of the candidates are off having a break, you get to see what the recruiters are up to! You’ll get to see EXACTLY what they think of every single candidate and you get to hear the fate that awaits them. Even better than that, you get to hear WHY they have made these decisions. How exciting is that?
You get to see another group presentation where they are preparing a presentation and then presenting to the other candidates. This is a really common one used on assessment days and we will tell you why!
Learn how airline recruiters think
You then get to get to see the recruiters again as they make the all-important decision on who to invite to the final interviews!
The Final Interview
It’s final interview time! And, don’t be in any doubt, airlines will really put you under a LOT of pressure at this stage. If you get to this stage, airlines really do like the look of you, so they use this part of the day to make sure they are EXACTLY what they are looking for. They will have been watching you all day now and taking notes. They will have a good idea of where your strengths and weaknesses lie and they will now use this final interview to make that all-important decision. Don’t expect an easy ride here- it may seem like a pretty informal chat, but that’s the last thing it is- it’s important to take this part really seriously.
Types of questions
There are many different types of questions recruiters will ask you at this stage, and we cover them all! And, you get to see a number of candidates during their final interview. As ever, some are good and some are not so good. What you get to see is what happens if you give a weak answer- these recruiters will pounce! That’s why you should always use the SAR technique to answer- let Olivia be your guide!
First up, you get to see behavioural questions. How you behaved in the past is a predictor of how you’ll behave if you get the job. So airlines LOVE these types of questions. Watch how the candidates cope with them…
Next up, we show you a range of communication questions like “Tell us about a time your communication skills made a difference”. Eek, what should you answer to that? We’ll show you
Customer Focus Questions
Then we’ll move on to customer focus questions such as “tell us about a time that you had to deal with an upset customer…. Solved a customer problem… had to say no to a customer”. Woah, these are difficult questions aren’t they? No worries, as we’ll show you how to impress!
Initiative and Adversity Questions
Next up are initiative and adversity questions such as “when have you made a bad decision”, “I’m not convinced about your suitability, convice me”, “Have you stretched the truth to gain a favorable outcome?” or “what makes you angry or impatient?” Eeeek- what on earth are you supposed to say to this? Don’t worry- we’ll show you how to answer intimidating questions like these- in a way that will put a smile on the recruiter’s face!
We also cover a range of questions on teamwork- which you will ALWAYS be asked at a cabin crew interview. These include questions such as “ Tell me about a time you had to work as part of a team”, “Have you ever struggled to fit in?” or “Have you ever had to work with a challenging colleague?”
The Role of Cabin Crew
Airlines will ALWAYS want to know what you know about the role of cabin crew and will ask you questions to make sure you do have a good understanding such as “What do you know about the role of cabin crew?”
And then there are the tricky questions put in there to trip you up- “How would your enemies describe you”, “What makes you stand out from the crowd?”, “Rate yourself on a scale of 1 to 10” or “What is your greatest weakness?” – OMG, how are you supposed to answer those??? Worry not, as we will show you!
There is a LOT that can be thrown at you in this final interview so you want to be PREPARED! This course can help you do this, by showing you the typical questions you may be asked (as well as some atypical ones!). More importantly, however, we can show you some really great answers to these questions. You can see how, by using the SAR technique, you can avoid follow-up questions being asked, as well as convincing the recruiters of how good you are! You also get to see what happens when you’re not prepared and you don’t use SAR. The result is not pretty and you want to make sure you avoid this happening to you at your final interview!
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You’ve done so well to get to this stage and you should feel very proud of yourself.
Unfortunately though, you still have a long way to go before you get those cabin crew wings! Airlines like what they have seen of you so far and want to find out lots more about you during the assessment day.
This is your chance to shine. But it will be so much easier to shine if you know exactly what these airlines are looking for.
These assessment days have been very well-thought through and are set-up specifically to put you under pressure and make sure you have the requisite skills they are looking for.
Problem is, they are looking for a LOT of skills!
They need to know you are friendly and personable. They are looking for people who can take charge during an emergency situation. But you also need to be able to sell! To do this you need good maths skills.
As the international language of aviation is English, you need to be fluent in this as well! They need to see that you have good conflict management skills and can remain calm under pressure. All of this, whilst being impeccable well-groomed!
Woah, it’s a big ask and you can be sure your assessment day will be set-up to ensure each and every one of these skills will be tested.
But we’ve got your back! We know exactly what these airlines are looking for and we know the ways they will test you. We’ve put everything we have learned into this course to make sure you are successful at your assessment day.
Even better, many of the sessions include videos showing you what happens at an assessment day, so you get to watch it taking place, alongside us explaining why airlines use these techniques AND what they want to see from you. What could be better?
Remember, Kenny and I have both been teaching for over 20 years. We really do know our stuff and we would love to share all of our recruitment knowledge with you.
What can I say? This course is AMAZING! I had made it to two final interviews and was so proud of myself until my rejection emails arrived! It’s like Pauline says, it’s all for nothing if you don’t get you job offer and you have to be successful at EVERY stage of the process. Looking back, I think I was pretty complacent about my final interview as I thought it was just pretty much a formality and they just wanted a quick chat with me, then I was good-to-go! How wrong was I? The last final interview I was at lasted more than an hour and I got a grilling! After completing the course, I could see why because my answers simply weren’t detailed enough. So, I practiced, practiced and then practiced some more! So glad I did, as I had practiced for every single question that came up in my final interview. And guess what? Thanks to the SAR technique, there was not one single follow-up question and I actually quite enjoyed my final interview- in a weird kind of way! Anyway, now out in Dubai, flying with Emirates and loving every minute! This course was a complete game-changer for me and hopefully it will be for you too.
OMG- I found watching some of these videos painful as they were making exactly the same mistakes I had made in the past! Cringe! Thankfully, this course helped me realise the mistakes I was making and I made sure I didn’t make them in my last assessment day. I certainly didn’t as I am now cabin crew with Qatar and enjoying my new life out here in Doha. There are so many different questions that can be thrown at you in your final interview and you have to be prepared for them all. After completing this course, I felt so well-prepared. If being cabin crew really is your dream, then you should use this course- it’s so helpful.