Hosts of the Aviation Job Expo, Aviation Job Search, have teamed up with training provider, Cabin Crew Wings, to offer one lucky winner a professional cabin crew training course.
The winning recipient will receive a two day course designed to give a unique insight into the cabin crew profession. The course will explore all aspects of the role, including the hospitality, safety and security of passengers.
The course will be open to win during the Aviation Job Expo, which takes place on the 3rd October 2019, at the Sofitel Hotel, London Gatwick.
Cabin Crew Wings spokesperson, Hannah Vallance, said, “We’re really excited for one lucky winner to win our training course at the expo. Working as cabin crew is fantastic for so many reasons; travelling worldwide, opportunities for bucket-list adventures, strong team bonds, and a career in a rewarding and responsible role. We’re thrilled to be part of launching someone’s career in aviation.”
“Airlines often have as many as 3,000 applicants for one position, so they can afford to pick the cream of the crop.”
Vallance continued, “Airlines often have as many as 3,000 applicants for one position, so they can afford to pick the cream of the crop. We make sure our clients are able to impress recruiters from the very start by creating fantastic customer experiences, being an ambassador for an airlines brand and values, handling a range of emergencies at 30,000 feet, and delivering an outstanding interview on the assessment day.”
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) forecast that travel will double to 8.2 billion passengers by the year 2037. As a result, job growth is expected to rise significantly, creating thousands of new positions around the world, including cabin crew roles.
To enter the competition, simply register for your free ticket to the Aviation Job Expo, and visit the Cabin Crew Wings stand on the day.
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