How is this course different from other Cabin Crew Courses?


Most cabin crew courses will teach irrelevant information such as general aviation rules, technical details for various aircraft types, great descriptions of how glamorous the cabin crew life is and little or no time spent teaching you how to actually get a job as a cabin crew. The airline doesn’t require you to have a Cabin Crew Course. They are a waste of your money. Everything you need to know about aviation, aircraft types and specifications, airport codes and in-flight service is something you will learn during the Initial Training with the airline AFTER you got the job. And you won’t have to pay for it, but instead the airline will be paying you a monthly salary. How wonderful is that?

This course will teach you how to get the job with the airline and how to be successful through every stage of the assessment process. It tells you exactly what to do and say during your interview so that you will become a cabin crew.

What is the course all about?


The Cabin Crew Interview Preparation Course is the only course in the world which will teach you in greatest detail how to prepare for the complex assessment type cabin crew interview organized by Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways. 

What will I learn?


In every session you will learn the details of the cabin crew recruitment process and what is expected from the candidates during each stage. You will learn what makes the difference between people who fail over and over again and the ones who are successful.

Week 1
Session 1 – Introduction to the airline industry
Session 2 – 10 Key success mindsets
Session 3 – The cabin crew selection and recruitment process

Week 2
Session 4 – The cabin crew assessment process
Session 5 – Building your CV
Session 6 – Online application

Week 3
Session 7 – Introduction (self and others)
Session 8 – Group exercise
Session 9 – Assertiveness

Week 4
Session 10 – English test
Session 11 – Final interview
Session 12 – Confidence

Which airlines can I confidently apply for?


This course was designed specifically for the assessment process of Emirates Airlines, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways.

What is the course schedule?



You will be able to go through the course material in 4 weeks. Every week you will receive 3 new sessions.

My interview is in 2 weeks, can I go through the course on a faster pace?


The course is not a magic pill you take that will transform you overnight into the perfect candidate. I will give you the knowledge, the skills and the recipe for success. It is your job to take in everything and make it part of you in your every day life. There is a lot of new information in the course. If you are committed to study and apply the new concepts, we offer a Fast Track Cabin Crew Interview Preparation Course. Every day you will receive a new lesson. If you are interested in this format, email kara {@}flightattendantcentral.com and you will be provided with more details.

Where do I need to come for the course?


The course is 100% online. You can take it while sitting on your couch. The only thing you need is a computer and an internet connection.

How does 100% online work?


Once your payment is processed, you will be given access to the initial files. If you access the course from a mobile device you can download the Gumroad app. Every single video, audio file and exercise will be there. You will receive an email with the links to the videos, as well as audio files, exercises and downloads, each time a new session is available.

Do I need to do homework?


There will be exercises for you to do at the end of each session. You are a responsible adult and I am sure you will do it.

What if I miss my lesson?


The videos are available for you to watch at your own pace, however I strongly recommend you make an effort to incorporate the 3 new lessons every week. 

How long do I have access to the training sessions?


Your membership has lifetime validity. 

Is this course recognized by the airlines?


The airlines (Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways) do not require you to take a cabin crew course prior to joining the airline. This is not a cabin crew course. This is the course that will teach you how to get the job. If you want to tell them about it, you can.

How much does it cost?


The course costs US$97. 

Why is it so cheap? 


People from 230 countries read FlightAttendantCentral.com on a daily basis. I want to make this affordable for everybody.

Why is it so expensive? 


Think about it this way: You will have 12 sessions at $8.08 per session. How much did you pay for drinks last time you went out?
The cabin crew salary is on average $2000. You would have spent 4.85% of a month’s salary to get the job.
If you still think that it is too expensive for you, look into getting more knowledge from the book ‘How to Become a Flight Attendant for airlines in the Middle East’ or from the Free Interview Advice Articles.

How can I pay?


You can pay using your credit card or by selecting the PayPal option.

What if I am not 100% satisfied with the material?


I stand behind my course 100%. I have so much faith that you will love this course and will find it valuable that I am giving you 30-day money back guarantee. No questions asked.

I still have questions, how can I contact you?


Email kara{@}flightattendantcentral.com

64 Comments

  • Shivam Sudhakar

    Reply Reply June 9, 2016

    Can i go for the interwiew if i wear the spectacles? I will go through the lasic laser if i get this job. So can i attend the interwies wearing my glasses? Please reply soon. Thanks in advance.

    • Kara

      Reply Reply June 14, 2016

      Shivam, when your vision requires correction, you are expected as a flight attendant to be comfortable enough wearing contact lenses. Spectacles are not permitted at work, so I recommend you don’t wear them either during the interview.

  • Fabienne

    Reply Reply October 16, 2015

    Hi Kira,
    can buying the book remplace taking the full course?

    • Kara

      Reply Reply October 17, 2015

      This is an excellent but difficult question to answer. It really depends on how disciplined you are and how much time you have until your recruitment event.
      The book is great if you are willing to take it and approach it as a workbook or study-book. Print it out, go through all the exercises, practice with family and friends, answer the questions.
      The course is in more detail in terms of success mindset, assertiveness and the behaviors to work on in order to be successful at the interview. The course will give you exercises to know yourself better, establish your strengths and weaknesses and how to present them in the best light.
      I had readers who took both the course and the book and they say they complement each other. A lot of info from the book is covered in the course, as well as 101 questions and answers for the final interview being part of it.
      The course however takes 4 weeks to complete and you must be invested in it.
      There is also the price difference which for many people is a factor to consider.

      I hope this helps.

      • Fabienne

        Reply Reply October 17, 2015

        thank you for you answer and sorry for typing your name wrong ahah anyway I’ll start by buying the book and I will think of taking the course.

  • Isuru

    Reply Reply October 2, 2015

    Hi Kara….I want to join …how can i join…please sent a massage for my email…thank you…

  • SIRLEY ASTRID PEREZ ARIAS

    Reply Reply April 19, 2015

    Hi, dear Kara iF I TAKE THE COURSE WOULD YOU GIVE ME THE BOOK ALSO?
    BEST REGARDS.
    SIR

    • Kara

      Reply Reply April 20, 2015

      The ebook 101 Questions and Answers for the Final Interview is included in the course Sir. All the information included in the course is what you need to succeed, so it is not necessary to get them both.

  • Abidi abir

    Reply Reply April 8, 2015

    How i can get this courses

  • Damin

    Reply Reply April 7, 2015

    where is the member’s site?
    I can’t find it
    please let me know the URL

    • Kara

      Reply Reply April 8, 2015

      Damin, the members site will be sent to you by email just before the class. You were also sent a welcome email and you can find the link there, however there is no lesson yet uploaded. The first one is on April 10th.

  • arun paul

    Reply Reply March 20, 2015

    it is great i am learning with you thanks kara team
    big …big ..thanks
    regards
    arun paul

    • Kara

      Reply Reply March 24, 2015

      🙂

  • Elena

    Reply Reply January 22, 2015

    Hi Kara! It’s the first time i

  • Abdilahi Ali

    Reply Reply January 7, 2015

    Hi. If I purchased the eBook, do I need to register for the course? or only reading the book would be enough? thanks.

    • Kara

      Reply Reply January 9, 2015

      Hi Ali,

      This is an excellent but difficult question to answer. It really depends on how disciplined you are and how much time you have until your recruitment event.
      The book is great if you are willing to take it and approach it as a workbook or study-book. Print it out, go through all the exercises, practice with family and friends, answer the questions.
      The course is in more detail in terms of success mindset, assertiveness and the behaviors to work on in order to be successful at the interview. The course will give you exercises to know yourself better, establish your strengths and weaknesses and how to present them in the best light.
      I had readers who took both the course and the book and they say they complement each other. A lot of info from the book is covered in the course, as well as 101 questions and answers for the final interview being part of it.
      The course however takes 4 weeks to complete and you must be invested in it.
      There is also the price difference which for many people is a factor to consider.

      I hope this helps.

      You can read more about the course here
      https://flightattendantcentral.com/faq-course/

  • Pooja

    Reply Reply December 26, 2014

    Hi Kara, Just wanted to know if I have a prior experience in different industry will it reduce my chances of being a part of a cabin crew & also If I have a qualification of MBA will this also reduce my chance of becoming an air hostess. how should I tackle the interviewer while answering this kind of questions.

  • Amar Riyaz

    Reply Reply November 27, 2014

    Hi again, just wanted to know if previous customer service experience is a must to be able to apply to an airline.

    Thank you

    Best regards

    Amar

    • Kara

      Reply Reply December 2, 2014

      Previous experience is not required Amar, however it is appreciated.

  • Amar Riyaz

    Reply Reply November 27, 2014

    hi, just wondering that if wearing glasses will reduce my chances of being a part of a cabin crew. Also, if we miss a lesson will we be able to catch up, and still have access to the lessons missed. And please can you inform me the date that this course starts, I am really looking forward to it

    • Kara

      Reply Reply December 2, 2014

      Hi Amar. You will not be permitted to wear glasses when working as a flight attendant. If your vision requires correction, you must be comfortable wearing contacts.
      As for the course, your lessons will be available on the online portal for viewing when the lesson is released or for a later date of your choosing.
      We are aiming for begging of January, however we have not yet released a date. You will receive an email as soon as we open the registration.

  • Maria

    Reply Reply November 25, 2014

    Dear Kara!

    The next course starts in January 2015, so I need to apply in December approximately?

    Thanks

  • KASRANI AMMAR

    Reply Reply November 15, 2014

    Messieurs,

    je vous prie de bien vouloir me renseigner comment envoyer mon CV afin de me permettre de postuler au poste de Directeur Financier à Alger ALGERIE à ETIHAD AIRWAYS CONSIDERATIONS

    • Kara

      Reply Reply November 18, 2014

      Kasrani, this entire website is written in English. All the comments are written in English. If you have questions you need answers for, you must use this language.

  • snehal jadhav

    Reply Reply September 3, 2014

    Hi…I want to be cabin crew..bt I have one concern that my height is shorter than 1 cm of avarage cabin crew height..so will polishing my other interview skills help Me to enhance my chances to become cabin crew

    • Kara

      Reply Reply September 3, 2014

      Snehal, I am not sure what you mean by average cabin crew height, but your height is irrelevant as long as you have a vertical arm reach of 212cm (for Emirates and Qatar Airways) or 210cm (for Etihad). You can be on your tip toes when attempting to reach this height.

  • Andrea

    Reply Reply August 28, 2014

    Hi Kara,

    I am highly interested in enrolling for the course as I am interested in applying for Emirates and Qatar airlines, I feel that it would help me a lot but I won’t be able to enrol at this time, I understand that there will be another enrolment next year January, however I will be turning 22 end of this year, and might be too late to apply for the airlines by then. Will this be an issue- I did a brief research on the Emirates airlines, and they have mentioned that I should apply at the age of 21. which is the age I am now. What would your opinion on this?

    Thank you

    Best Regards,

    Andrea

    • Kara

      Reply Reply August 28, 2014

      Andrea, the age requirement is minimum 21 years old. You can be older than that, but not younger.

  • Lisa

    Reply Reply August 28, 2014

    Hi Kara 🙂

    I am really keen on becoming part of cabin crew with emirates airline. I have applied numerous times for over a year and have been unsuccessful (not giving up) I had my final interview last month but can only re-apply in 6months. I wanna purchase your online course,however will it guarentee me being a successful candidate with emirates airline. I dont wanna do the “walk of shame” again.

    Best regards,
    Lisa

    • Kara

      Reply Reply August 28, 2014

      Lisa, there is nothing guaranteeing your success except your full dedication to improve your profile and the faith that your skills are what is needed from a cabin crew candidate. The course will give you fantastic insights into what is really expected from you during the assessment, how to present yourself, what to say and do and how to shift your mindset. It is up to you take take everything I teach and apply it in your future interview.

  • yerim

    Reply Reply August 19, 2014

    Hi kara.
    I have a question. I’m really interested in ur class and I’d love to take it. As ur mention that The book “How to become a cabin crew~” is included in ur course.
    However I already bought ur book a few months ago.(it is really helpful and fantastic! :-))
    So I just wonder do u think a person already having a book needs to take ur course? Could u tell me about ur opinion?
    Thank u for ur kindness 🙂

    Sincerely
    Elen

    • Kara

      Reply Reply August 20, 2014

      Hi Elen. This is an excellent but difficult question to answer. It really depends on how disciplined you are.
      The book is great if you are willing to take it and approach it as a workbook or study book. Print it out, go through all the exercises, practice with family and friends, answer the questions.
      The course is in more detail in terms of success mindset, assertiveness and the behaviors to work on in order to be successful at the interview. The course will give you exercises to know yourself better, establish your strengths and weaknesses and how to present them in the best light.
      I had readers who took both the course and the book and they say they complement each other.
      If you feel prepared after you read the book, you obviously don’t need to take the course. If you feel there is still a lot to understand and take in, then give the course a try.
      I hope this helps 🙂

  • nikita bhilware

    Reply Reply May 5, 2014

    how to take admission

  • sabrina salhi

    Reply Reply May 4, 2014

    hi dear kara my name is sabrina from algeria i want to work at dubai or saoudi airlins but i am a muslim and i wear a hidjab will they accept me plz answer

    • Kara

      Reply Reply May 7, 2014

      Hi Sabrina. only Saudi Airlines accept cabin crew wearing hijab.

  • shahid

    Reply Reply May 1, 2014

    I would like to inquire about the courses that this site is offring
    1) wht qualification required for the courses
    2) freshers those have never ever apply or relevant this can apply too
    3) Is there any age limitations , country or religious
    4) trainings held in dubai or any other state in uae Etc plz leave me reply or simply mail me I am intrested to know and hear by you thanks in advance

    • Kara

      Reply Reply May 3, 2014

      Shahid,

      To answer your questions
      1) wht qualification required for the courses
      none. You must however have minimum a high school diploma to be accepted to work as a cabin crew
      2) freshers those have never ever apply or relevant this can apply too
      anybody can apply
      3) Is there any age limitations , country or religious
      no limitations. To become a flight attendant however you must be at least 21 years old.
      4) trainings held in dubai or any other state in uae
      This course is held online, so you don’t need to go to any specific location.

      Read more here
      https://flightattendantcentral.com/faq-course/

  • Nkem Obiageli Onyebueke

    Reply Reply April 28, 2014

    l have passion for flying as cabin crew,i love every question answered , but am from nigeria how can i pay for this, i use first bank only

    • Kara

      Reply Reply May 3, 2014

      Nkem, I am sorry but PayPal does not accept transactions from Nigeria. This is teh only way you can pay. I am sorry about this.

  • MARY KUNIHIRA

    Reply Reply April 28, 2014

    Which bank does use pay pal accounts in Abu Dhabi they say they dont have it.

    • Kara

      Reply Reply May 3, 2014

      You need to use your bank card Mary and that’s it. Put down your debit or credit card details and it is all done.

  • daniel

    Reply Reply April 24, 2014

    I’m an experienced cabin crew flown for 3years + just relocated to canada from nigeria looking forward to fly here and air canada said I need to have a valid canadian passport which I dont have yet looking forward to work for emirate or etihad. Any advice for me? Thanks

  • charles k okai

    Reply Reply March 2, 2014

    HOW CAN I GET THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT BOOK IN UAE

    • Kara

      Reply Reply March 3, 2014

      Hi Charles,

      The book is available in electronic format only(eBook). As soon as your payment is processed (usually a matter of seconds), you will receive an email with a unique link. The book is ready for you to read right away on your computer, smart phone or tablet. The price of the book is USD 29.97 and you can use your credit card to process the transaction.
      https://gumroad.com/l/ODRt

  • Michael John Dennis

    Reply Reply January 23, 2014

    43 years old Irish openly gay male, Catholic, working in supermarkets 20+ years & currently living in Manchester, UK – for an older gay man even as a Catholic, to work as cabin crew in a Muslim country may not entirely be a good idea and there is also the usual stereotypes about gay men wanting to become cabin crew – but speaking from personal experience, be VERY aware that when it becomes known that you are interested in becoming cabin crew, in either some or all of the above, you WILL face a lot of opposition, harrassment & bullying – people WILL try thier hardest to talk you out of it and they WILL act behind the scenes to prevent you from getting an interview, while doing everything possible to undermine your confidence in your current job, as something that they can go and say to airline HR teams – because of the above, I have given up on my dreams, but my advice would be to tell NO ONE and discuss this with NOBODY until you get a training date with the airline, not even your family or best friends and not even your boss in your current job, that the first he hears about it will be your resignation letter – if you are going for an assessment day or an interview TELL NO ONE as they WILL try to stop you any way the can – or think they can…!!!

  • Lara

    Reply Reply January 23, 2014

    Dear Kara if we don´t buy the course but instead the book, the results will be the same? I mean, what I will learn from the book is near the same I will learn from the course, right?

    Also, at the moment I´m 19 years old and I´m in college I will only apply for this dream in 2017, when I got my master degree and turn 22 years old. So should I buy something like your book or course already to getting better prepared and have a better notion what things should I improve during these years. Like what type of part times job should I apply for, or other aspects I should improve!

    Another thing that bothers me a lot is the fact that I´m not that pretty as flight attends tends to be… I mean I´m just normal, I don´t have an exotic face and sometimes my face looks like tired and I have dark under eyes circles. Well, I don´t know but this is something that really frightened me. Is a pretty face so important to get the job?

    Thank you so much for helping people who have the same dream as you had! And thank you again for your patience.

    • Kara

      Reply Reply January 23, 2014

      Hi Lara and let me say how much I admire your attitude. I am absolutely certain that you will reach everything you aim to reach in life.
      The book and the course have the same foundation. The book is great for people who are good at self-study. It is good to have time and really go through all the chapters, study, apply the knowledge, adjust your behaviors and enhance your skills so that you become a perfect candidate.
      The course is getting you even deeper into understanding the more subtle aspects of the recruitment process, working on key skills such as assertiveness, and teaching you how to be confident, beat the nervousness and show your very best.
      Take your time with the articles here and the book. When you come closer to your recruitment event, come back and take the course. 🙂
      As for beauty, there are many ways in which a person is considered beautiful. What you see in the airline’s commercials are models. The rest of us are just normal people with eye bags and the occasional pimple. Your beauty shines from inside and that is what makes you an attractive candidate for the cabin crew position.

  • vira antipova

    Reply Reply January 22, 2014

    Dear Kara,

    I would like to know about an age? I`m 39, do you think I am over the age for cabin crew?

    I looking forward to see your answer!
    Best regards,
    Vera

    • Kara

      Reply Reply January 22, 2014

      Hi Vera and welcome to the course! There is no official upper age limit, however the majority of candidates are in their 20s because they are more likely to prefer this lifestyle: extensive travel, irregular hours and ever-changing schedule. It is also an entry level career, so you must be smart when answering why do you want to change careers now. I had a colleague who was hired at 42, so I don’t think that 39 is too old 🙂

  • louisa

    Reply Reply January 20, 2014

    If I wanted to apply for qantas or virgin australia cabin crew and if they have assesment day will I still be able to take this course? And will it help?

    • Kara

      Reply Reply January 20, 2014

      Hi Louisa. After going through the course you can absolutely apply for other airlines that employ assessment centre as their selection method. You will be learning about the group exercise, assertiveness, success mindsets, one on one interviews, confidence and so many other aspects to ensure success.
      You will however not be able tot use the resources, such as the list of recruitment agencies and specific application form samples.
      You can use the CV samples, photographs guidelines, 101 questions and answers and all the exercises that accompany the lessons.

  • Anna

    Reply Reply January 18, 2014

    Hi Kara,

    I will have an interview in February, 22, 2014.
    I already saw the Intensive schedule, it seem suitable for me. And I also got the information about Fast Track Cabin Crew Interview Preparation Course .It may be faster.
    I need your advice. Which one do you think is better for me?

    And one more thing. Can you give me more detail about the way to pay for you. I live in Viet Nam and I don’t have Master card or Visa card, so do you have other way for me to pay for you?
    I also want to buy the book. But all information about payment is France, I don’t understand. And with same question as above, Do you have other way for me to pay for you?

    Thanks and waiting for your reply,
    Anna

    P/S: Email support{@}flightattendantcentral.com cannot use, I try to send an email with the same content as above but I cannot send it.

    • Kara

      Reply Reply January 20, 2014

      Hi Anna,

      I think that the Intensive course might be the best option for you. With 3 lessons a week it gives you time to really deepen the lessons and adjust your behavior. It is a matter of practice and self awareness, not just a magic pill.
      We only use PayPal for payments of the course, so you will need to create an account with them and manage the payment like that. The book is also available via PayPal by using this link
      If you need to use the email provided, you need to remove the {} sings around the @.

  • Anna

    Reply Reply January 16, 2014

    Hello Kara,
    “The course costs US$97.” Is it all of the amount I need to pay for the course and for the 12 months accessing the training lessnons?
    And after the payment would you give me an account?
    Thank you and waiting for your reply.

    • Kara

      Reply Reply January 16, 2014

      Yes Anna, US$ 97 is the full course tuition. It includes the 12 lessons and the additional exercises and resources. When you are creating an account, you will be asked to provide a username of your choice and a password which will become your login credentials.

  • Diana

    Reply Reply January 14, 2014

    Dear Kara,

    I have been reading the questions and answers so far, but I haven’t found any questions about wearing glasses. I have a minor myopia (around – 1,50) which means I wear glasses everyday. I could, if necessary put on contact lens, but what I really wanted to know is if this is goind to be a problem. I haven’t seen any cabin crews wearing glasses… and I wanted to know if I can participate to the interview or if this is going to be a drawback.
    Are there any rules to be considered?

    Thank you!

    • Kara

      Reply Reply January 15, 2014

      Diana, your eyesight is not a problem as long as it is corrected. Grooming regulations do not allow the use of glasses, so you must be comfortable enough wearing contact lenses, both for the interview and when working as a cabin crew.

  • charles

    Reply Reply January 14, 2014

    you are expert

  • Tebogo Molatudi

    Reply Reply August 12, 2013

    Good morning Kara
    I will like to be in the course.I have my cabin crew license I got it last year,on the 9August2013 I have been to the emirates open day.kara can you please send me the information about the payment and the totally money to pay and the place where the course will take place.thank you inadvance,your concern will be highly appreciated.
    Yours Regards
    T.L.Molatudi

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