Cabin Crew Assessment Preparation
Looking to join cabin crew staff? This is an exciting career choice, but in order to get a place on the cabin crew training programmes, there are a series of tests and assessments you need to get through first. Find out more about these tests below.
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Last update: 01/03/2020
Assessment process consist of
You may be asked to pick an item and describe its many alternative uses.
e.g. a water bottle. Think outside the box! It can store water or other items, used to collect condensation to drink water or cut in half and use to drink/eat out of, move soil or protect plants, send a message etc
Cabin crew members have to meet certain height requirements. At the assessment day you are asked to perform a reach test to check that you can reach the required height of 212 cm. This is without shoes and allowed on tip toes with either one or both hands, fingertips reaching to the marker.
Mark a point on a wall at home and try to reach it.