First time I have done something like this.Certainly opened my opened my eyes as to airport operations. Although I have flown many times, I never knew how it worked as far as the check in went and until you board the plane. I hope to work at an airport in some role and thought this course might help. Highly recommend and probably do some more when I have the chance.
Really love being a member of New2Crew Academy, I was really lucky as my CV was chosen for a monthly webinar and what an eye-opener it was! I honestly thought my CV was good but after Pauline had finished with it, I could see I was wrong! I knew nothing about keywords or matching it to a specific job. What was amazing was that all the information in my CV was just the same but because the format was completley different I looked like a different person! Delighted to tell you that my CV revamp worked and after applying for a lot of cabin crew jobs over the years and never getting any further, I have my first ever assessment day with Virgin Atlantic coming up. Luckily I've got Pauline, Kenny and all my new friends in the Academy giving me lots of advice, so I feel so well prepared! Honestly, if you really want to be cabin crew and you're considering becoming a member, then my advice is simply- don't hesitate!
The Academy is incredible and to me it's because there is so much help and you are part of a community of like-minded individuals who are all working towards the same thing. What really drew me to the Academy was the fact that Pauline applies for every cabin crew job she sees, so you know that everything is really up-to-date and Pauline has been in your shoes. I looked at a few other courses before I joined the Academy but I felt that they all focused too much on the job of cabin crew rather the job of becoming cabin crew- if that makes sense! And, it's getting the job that's the really hard bit isn't it? One thing that amazed me was the amount of courses available in the academy- they really have thought of everything! Like there's a course on how to set up a LinkedIn page which you can use to showcase all your skills. Pauline then suggested putting your LinkedIn web address on your CV so the recruiters can check you out- I'd never have thought of that! I also really appreciated all of the tests you could practice. To be honest, Maths has never been my strong point so it was good to get some practice in! But the one thing that really helped me was practisng the situational judgement questionanire- I know, I'd never heard of it either! But I practiced one in the Academy and I was so thankful becasuse there was one on my online application for EasyJet and I know that I would have panicked if I'd never seen one before as it's so complicated! Luckily I was able to keep calm and I must have done well as I have been invited to my first ever assessment day next month- so excited! The great thing is, I posted up details of this asssessment day on the Academy facebook page and I've had loads of great advice from there. Joining the academy really has been so worthwhile for me and if you want to be cabin crew I would deinitely say go for it!
I can't believe how helpful New2CrewAcademy is. There is loads of useful information in the academy but for me, the greatest benefit of all is Pauline and Kenny who are so helpful. I've bought a couple of cabin crew courses before but I've never used them! I was all excited when I bought them but that excitement wore off when i realised how much work there was. What's brilliant about the Academy is the sense of community, All of us are in the same position and we all work together which is brilliant. And you can be sure that Pauline will be making sure that we are working towards our goal! It's great having someone in your corner. Pauline really does know her stuff but it's more than that. You can tell she really cares if you get the job or not and will always go out of her way to help you. Honestly, if you want to be cabin crew, this is THE place- without a doubt!
This has been life changing for me. I always wanted to be cabin crew and kept applying for every cabin crew job I saw. Thing is- I kept failing. I never, ever managed to be invited for an interview. I knew my Maths skills were a bit rubbish but I was hopeful they were good enough to get me through. Thing is, I joined the academy and i got the opportunity to try some maths tests and my goodness- they were hard. Thing is, Pauline told me that these are exactly the same as the tests I'd have to pass to become cabin crew and the pass mark was often as high as 90%! So, thankfully there was a lot of opportunity to practice your maths in the academy and I kept doing the practice papers over and over again until I got 90%. It took me like forever, but I applied to Jet2.com, took their maths test and i must have passed as I have my first ever assesment day next month- wish me luck! Seriously, if you want to be cabin crew- sign-up for the academy, it really is worth it!
Wow! This site is incredible and I can't believe how much it has helped me. I completed my CV whilst in my last year at school and my teacher told me it was really good so I've been using it since. I've always wanted to be cabin crew but have applied so many times and have never even been invited to an assessment day- :( I found New2Crew Academy through a Google search and joined up. I was lucky enough to have my CV selected for Pauline's monthly webinar and she re-wrote it completley for me. I could not believe the difference- no wonder I'd never been invited to an assessment day before- my old CV was rubbish! I've got my first ever assessment day with Jet2.com next month and I'm so nervous. But I've completed loads of the sessions in the Academy about the assessment day so I've got a good idea of what to expect. Was also chatting to someone who is crew in the Facebook group and they've given me loads of tips so keep your fingers crossed for me! Thanks so much to Pauline and Kenny who always go aboive and beyond and have helped me massively