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Female Cabin Crews

Female Cabin Crews

To go to an Interview is to be ready for the interview. Always remember, if you take you next interview easily, there will always be some other aspirant who take that extra step to be ahead of you.

So, what is better way to prepare for the interview rather thank consulting the real Cabin Crew!. join us now, Register for our course by sms to 012-2958353 or email to mycabincrews@gmail.com

For a Female Cabin Crew, here is what you should know and what exactly we will show and tell you to get yourself prepared for the interview. Yes, you have heard it right that failing to plan is planning to fail.

 

MAS Cabin Crews

 

A Female Candidate for the position af Cabin Crew should know this.

The hair length and hair-cut & style permitted

Permitted and non-permitted accessories

Hair color

Interview’s Attire

Skin, Nails, Hand & Feet

Seating & Talking

Make-ups & Colors

And many more insider’s tips.

 

Adalah baik untuk membuat persediaan sebelum ke temuduga. ingat, jika anda menganggap temuduga yang akan anda hadiri ini biasa-biasa sahaja, akan ada calon lain yang sanggup melakukan sesuatu yang lebih untuk berada selangkah di hadapan anda.

Jadi, apakah caranya untuk menjadi lebih bersedia dari yang lain melainkan bersama kami yang pernah melalui semua ini. Sertai kami sekaran dengan mendaftar melalui sms ke 012-2958353 atau email ke mycabincrews@gmail.com

 

 
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Posted by on March 13, 2011 in Female Cabin Crews

 

Male Cabin Crews

Male Cabin Crews

To go to an Interview is to be ready for the interview. Always remember, if you take you next interview easily, there will always be some other aspirant who take that extra step to be ahead of you.

So, what is better way to prepare for the interview rather thank consulting the real Cabin Crew!. join us now, Register for our course by sms to 012-2958353 or email to mycabincrews@gmail.com

For a Male Cabin Crew, here is what you should know and what exactly we will show and tell you to get yourself prepared for the interview. Yes, you have heard it right that failing to plan is planning to fail.

MAS Cabin Crews

A Male Candidate for the position af Cabin Crew should know this.

The hair length and hair-cut style permitted

Permitted and non-permitted male accessories

Hair color

Interview’s Attire

Skin, Nails, Hand & Feet

Seating & Talking

And many more insider’s tips.

 

Adalah baik untuk membuat persediaan sebelum ke temuduga. ingat, jika anda menganggap temuduga yang akan anda hadiri ini biasa-biasa sahaja, akan ada calon lain yang sanggup melakukan sesuatu yang lebih untuk berada selangkah di hadapan anda.

Jadi, apakah caranya untuk menjadi lebih bersedia dari yang lain melainkan bersama kami yang pernah melalui semua ini. Sertai kami sekaran dengan mendaftar melalui sms ke 012-2958353 atau email ke mycabincrews@gmail.com

 
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Posted by on March 13, 2011 in Male Cabin Crews

 

Grooming & Deportment

Grooming & Deportment

Grooming and Deportment is the utmost important aspect to be judged by the Interviewers in any airline’s interviewing session.

We will show you some insight on how to walk like a Cabin Crew.

Here, a candidate will be evaluated directly and indirectly on their appearance and the way they present themselves during the whole interview process.

For men and women aspirants, we will show you the do's and dont's in applying make-ups

At mycabincrews, we will share with our insider’s secrets on what exactly they are looking for. So, sign up for our course now and you will walk out ready to fly high!

Grooming & Deportment adalah perkara dan aspek paling utama yang akan dinilai oleh panel penemuduga dalam mana-mana sesi temuduga.

Its all about poise, grace and so much more. Learn a few good tips from us.

Calon Pramugara dan Pramugari akan dinilai secara terus mahupun rawak tentang cara bagaimana seseorang calon itu membawa dirinya sepanjang sesi temuduga.

Learn how to be prepared for this too.

Di mycabincrews, kami bersedia berkongsi dengan anda rahsia dalaman tentang apakah yang dimahukan oleh para penemuduga ini, Jadi, sertai kursus yang kami tawarkan dan bersedialah untuk terbang tinggi!

*All the pictures above are extracted from the real MAS training facilities. We at mycabincrews only providing consultation, tips and some insights based on our true experience as Cabin Crew. To know more, please register with us now by sms to 012-2958353 or email to mycabincrews@gmail.com

 
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Posted by on March 13, 2011 in Grooming & Deportment

 

Airlines of The World

Airlines of The World

These are among the Airlines which hires foreigners for their in-flight Crews. The list provided below are also among the favorites of aspiring Malaysian to try their luck and these airlines do regularly held Open Interview sessions to select Cabin Crew candidates throughout Malaysia. You might want to check on any new openings by clicking on the link provided.Good Luck !

Kami senaraikan dibawah nama Syarikat Penerbangan yang mengambil Pramugara dan Pramugari penerbangan di kalangan warganegara asing. Senarai ini juga adalah merupakan antara syarikat yang menjadi pilihan rakyat Malaysia yang ingin mencuba nasib sebagai Pramugara atau Pramugari dan kebanyakan syarikat ini sering mangadakan temuduga terbuka di seluruh Malaysia. Selalulah lawati laman web mereka seperti di alamat yang tersedia di bawah bagi mengathui maklumat lanjut. Selamat mencuba!

 

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Posted by on March 13, 2011 in Airlines of the World

 

A Day in a Cabin Crew’s Life

A Day in a Cabin Crew’s Life

*Thanks to FS Rachel for sharing her thoughts and contribute to this blog🙂

6.00am Wake up time. Kringggg Kringggg !
I don’t really fancy a morning flight so the 6:00am alarm has to be extra annoying for me. Anyway, since my London flight is scheduled  at 9.30, so I have to make that move.

Very quickly I fix a cup of black coffee and then jump in the shower. After which I moisturize generously. My hair, face and hand get its extra treatment every time i have a flight. The plane is very dry and I’ll be on-board for hours so it is really necessary.

Then I dry my hair and style it. Since me hair is long, I have to wear it up and the bun is the easiest-as well as neatest- way to do so. I’m now  very adept at creating this “do” so it takes me only 5 minutes.

6:30 am Make Up!
Make-up time and this has to be perfect.Basically my skin tone is categorized as “warm” so have to use the colour palette suitable for it. Of course guidelines vary with Airline. This is taught in the grooming sessions during training.SO you don’t have to worry much on what to put on your face for the interview session.

A quick run-down:
•        Eye Gel under eyes to prevent morning puffiness
•        Foundation. I prefer the 2-in1 compact from MAC
•        Eye brow pencil since my brows are almost non-existent
•        Mascara to “open” up my Asian eyes
•        Blusher for a healthy glow
•        Lipstick after breakfast

6:55 am Breakfast
Time for breakfast, I woof down a piece of toast and another cuppa Nescafe. Now I can put on my lipstick. Remember to take a light breakfast because you will never know what you will have on board as the crew meals tend to bore you after 2 years. So, having a home-breakfast is really good for you.

7:05 am Dress Up!
Now I “slip” into my uniform which is very body fitting so I need to keep my weight just right
(hence minimal breakfast).

Packing : like Origami only harder.
My luggage is packed and I’m ready to go! How did I pack so fast? I do it the night before of
course. Packing your bag is a military operation; don’t forget anything cause you can’t come home to get it.

What do I take? Well this is a 5-day London trip so I’ll have a decent stay there.
My Big Black Bag

My bag is a big Black Samsonite- it’s indestructible! I swear they should put the black box in a
Samsonite.So what goes into my Samsonite?

•        3 days’ worth of clothes- Casual clothes for days off , and dependant on whether it’s
Summer or winter

•        Tracky Daks , or Tracksuit pants for the gym or slacking around the hotel.

•        Underwear 4 pairs, meaning top and bottom. You see I’m quite anal in the sense
that they Jhave to be matching

•        Toiletries – never forget them! I found that they are the worst things to leave
behind if you have sensitive skin and can only use certain products

•        Emergency snacks should I get into the hotel too late to go out or just feel too lazy
and wanna veg in (You tend to if you’ve flown for some time) My Nescafe of course is an
essential part of my food stores.

•        A book or two.

Cabin Bag
I also have a cabin bag and I must take a change of shoes as you need covered shoes for take –off and landing. Plus I must carry a set of formal travel clothes should I be asked to take a seat
instead of working.

Changing and Saving Money
I’ve also exchanged half of my travel allowance to pounds. Allowance depends on destination but I can survive on half and I get to save the other portion which is a big bonus for Cabin Crew.

7.15 am Time to go!
I’m ready and soon the Crew Transport will arrive.
I need to be at the Airport 2 hours before the flight!


 
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Posted by on March 13, 2011 in A Day in a Cabin Crew's Life