Tips for Cabin Crew Assessment Days
So, we loved your application and you now have a golden ticket to a cabin crew assessment day. We have some tips for you so that you can bring your A game!
Dress code for the assessment day.
Dress code is business attire. So, what is business attire? Below will give you a guide on what to wear so that you can worry less about what to wear and concentrate on getting your dream job.
- Business professional attire for men may include dress pants with a button-up collared shirt or blazers, matching suit with no tie, or dress pants and a collared shirt and tie.
- Dress pants, skirt, or dress with a non-matching jacket is recommended business professional attire for women.
- Dress shoes, flats, open-toed (for females) and closed-toed shoes are appropriate.
Remember that first impressions last, when you are selecting what to wear think of what impression you would like to make.
Arrive prior to the start time.
Look up where the assessment is taking place, find out how you get there via your chosen mode of transport. Give yourself plenty of time so you that you can arrive at your assessment with less stress.
Research the airline you have applied for.
Why did you apply to work for that particular airline? Find out their destinations and the airline’s principles in doing business.
“One of the most important thing you can do to prepare yourself before an interview is to research the company you are applying to. Understanding things like the company’s values and vision will give you a competitive advantage in the selection process ”
Kim Reiersen, Director of Cabin Crew Recruitment
Characteristics of potential cabin crew.
Cabin crew should put the passenger at the forefront of what they do. What personality traits do you possess in order to become a great cabin crew member?
Friendliness, openness and a willingness to help others are just some of the characteristics we look for in potential cabin crew.
We hope to see you at our future cabin crew assessment days!