Emirates Cabin Crew Training

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Hei guys so here are some photos of the amazing 2 months I spent in training! I am so happy to be an Emirates’ Cabin Crew and the journey to become so has been intense but amazing at the same time! So we had about 2 weeks of SEP (Safety and Emergency Procedures) and then a week of GMT (Group Medical Training) a day of Image & Uniform and then 2 weeks of service…We’ve had amazing trainers as well which made the training a lot more fun and less stressful! I still can’t believe I’m here 😉 if you have any questions about Emirates training or anything about the job or application process, feel free to post a comment underneath and I’ll try to reply asap! Hope you have a great day x

-L

 

6 Comments

  • Reply Allyse Graben March 26, 2016 at 8:58 pm

    Hello!!

    I just got accepted to be an Emirates Cabin crew. I am really nervous about moving to Dubai and am not sure if I should. I would love some insight and your thoughts about the job and is it hard being away from your friends and family!?!

    • Reply Lorna March 27, 2016 at 2:02 pm

      Hei hun! Congratulations! I don’t know where to start from…I think you should give it a shot! I absolutely love it and haven’t regretted my decision ever since I came out here! It is hard work but you have so many perks it’s incredible 😉 Dubai is an amazing city, not for everyone but I really love it! There are so many things to do during your days off, plus we get discounts and free entries to so many hotel pools and activities! As it is a muslim country you just have to be a bit careful with how you behave and always be respectful but it’s totally fine 😉 In the case you didn’t really enjoy it that much you know you’ll be flying the majority of the month…but I feel like I’m on holiday on my days off! It is definitely difficult to be away from your friends and family but I’m used to living abroad…however, you can bid and swap flights to go home so if you want you can get to go home every month…my best advice would be try it out and if you don’t think it’s for you then you can leave whenever you want…many friends of mine are planning on staying just one year…it’s not easy but it’s totally worth it! You might have read or heard negative comments about the company or the job but seriously the advantages totally outweigh the disadvantages! Let me know if you have any questions and good luck! xxx

  • Reply Christabelle April 20, 2016 at 5:17 pm

    Hello Lorna! ^_^
    Your blog is very nice.
    I have just completed the Final Interview for cabin crew at Emirates today. I was asked many questions relating to customer service and I did my best to give the best answers. However, I don’t have customer service and the recruiter knows about it! Do you think I might be penalized because of this?? I mentioned to the recruiter that I have the right mindset etc..
    Finally she said I have to wait around 3 to 8 weeks to get an answer by email. Shouldn’t they call me too??
    Please reply.
    Christabelle

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    • Reply Lorna May 18, 2016 at 1:14 pm

      Thank you so much Elbert! I really appreciate it!

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