Assessment Day & Final Interview
We prepare you for your flight attendant cabin crew training with Qatar, Etihad, Emirates, British Airways, Singapore Airlines and all international airlines. We coach you to be more confident, give you tips on how to answer difficult and tricky questions, role play, provide you feedback on how you perform and how to improve. We also coach you on what to say and more importantly what not to say.
What happens when you get invited to the Assessment Day?
Emirates, Etihad and Qatar use an assessment method that is designed around the requirements of the cabin crew role. To be successful, you must show them that you have all the necessary transferable skills and experience that they require. You are likely to be with them for part or all of the day and they are made up of a number of different exercises. For the Emirates, Etihad and Qatar cabin crew roles, they are looking to score your performance in:
- Group discussions. Team working is an important part of being a cabin crew, so the group discussion can help your recruiters see how you relate to one another when you work as a team. They will give you a topic to discuss and your recruiters will observe and make notes about you.
- Role Plays. This involves you playing a role with your recruiters. This will give them an idea of how you are likely to handle certain situations and challenges that may arise in your role.
- Ability tests, likely to include numerical reasoning or getting you to play out different scenarios. These take the form of psychometric tests.
What happens at the Final interview for Emirates?
HOT TIPS for members here who are about to attend their Final Interview with Emirates. We also have hot tips for Qatar and Etihad. We provide a more detailed sheet of hot tips for anyone that signs up for our practise sessions.
1. Prepare to answer questions about everything you have ever experienced in a customer service based company.
2. You will be asked to give examples of when you have done certain things in past jobs, how you are able to adapt to new cultures and work with people of all different backgrounds, nationalities and cultures. They want to know that you’re going to be able to blend in well at work and not be caught up in work conflict or create one yourself. Each day you will go to work with new people you have never met before and have to work with people from all over the world.
3. When working at Emirates, bear in mind there’s no routine with the job or “work colleagues” so the recruiters want to probe and find out whether you have similar experience or done a similar task in one of the roles on your CV.
4. Please don’t rush straight into answering any question without first gathering your thoughts on the points.
5. Dont forget to breathe (you will be surprised how many of us forget we can actually breathe when we are nervous!!). Then, talk them through slowly - the experience you’ve got and ALWAYS let your personality shine through.
6. Emirates have FIVE SERVICE PERSONALITIES:
Let this be seen, your cabin supervisor or senior crew observes this when you work on board whether it is single or multi-sector!
Please get in touch with us today as we will be delighted to help you with your final interview, and hep you achieve your dreams sooner!
Alex came to us for guidance on her application photos, CV preparation and our one-on-one interview, and she passed at first attempt! She is currently cabin crew with Emirates Airline.
Eilyn came to us for guidance on her application photos, CV preparation and our one-on-one interview, and she passed at first attempt! She is currently cabin crew with Emirates Airline.
Lauren came to us for guidance on her application photos, CV preparation and our one-on-one interview, and she passed at first attempt! She is currently cabin crew with Emirates Airline.