Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) October 29, 2007
Airlines turn down greater than 90% of all who apply for the job; provided they are selected, greater than 30% of those trainees fail to successfully pass initial government mandated airline training. Trainees are given a lot of material to absorb in a very short period of time, and those who cannot pass the training are sent home, regardless of how far they have come. Flight Attendant Express helps to alleviate this problem by providing skills necessary to succeed in airline training and prepare them for the super-competitive interview process. This level of preparation cannot be equaled by online programs or travel schools. Students are given personalized attention with experts in the field and are provided with an airline specific educational safety net to enhance the resume.
This copyrighted program is targeted only for those who want to be flight attendants; no other travel-related vocations are taught that would waste the time and finances of the student. The company lends a hand to job-seekers by offering a class in the quickest, most assured route to the job and success in training.
Wendy Stafford, President of Flight Attendant Express and a former flight attendant and flight attendant supervisor, states, "experienced flight attendants instruct students on such topics as FAA regulations, terminology, emergency procedures, first aid and other safety information that is standard to the industry; attendees also learn about airline specific interviewing skills, dress code and what airlines are looking for in terms of how to answer interview questions." The course includes job placement assistance, with recruiters from two or more airlines who attend every class to interview students.
Flight Attendant Express instructors have had more than 30 years of flight attendant experience with major as well as regional airlines. For additional information on the Airline Preparation Course in Orlando, contact Wendy Stafford or visit http://www.flightattendantexpress.com.
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