Level 3 Travel & Tourism Pass Cabin Crew Course With Flying Colours4th December 2013
Level 3 Travel and Tourism students underwent a cabin crew training day with a company called Cabin Crew Pathway.
The day was aimed at helping students at the College prepare for a future career within the industry, as well as helping them to get through the cabin crew interview process. Cabin crew interviews are renowned throughout the Travel and Tourism industry for being notoriously hard and can be a stumbling block for most students trying to pursue a career within the industry.
On the day, students learnt first-hand from ex-cabin crew member and Director Michaella Farrell-Anderson, Michaella has over 19 years’ experience within the industry and now runs Cabin Crew Pathways. In addition to this, Michaella also works as a cabin crew instructor, within this role she trains and interviews potential cabin crew members for a major airline.
Throughout the day students learnt all about what it would be like to work for a major airline and gained the skills and confidence needed to help them through the interview process. The training also consisted of the students partaking in a practical demonstration in how to deal with potential emergency situations, along with learning a variety of aviation terminology and what to expect from that interview process.
Helen Ilic, Level 3 Travel and Tourism student thoroughly enjoyed the day: “The day has been very inspiring, we have gained a lot of knowledge and it has helped us prepare for our future”
Billie-Jo Cochrane, Marketing Intern