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Postby chai ching » Fri, 23 Mar 2007 10:44 pm

really? but you havent gone for Fly Workshop yet. how did you know that Jason is experience? or where did you hear that from? i go for the website which you given me. i also send email to them. one of a lady reply my email to me. her name is call Sue Ali.

she also did mention Jason name too. she say their meeting point is usually Vivo City (weekdays) and Red Dot (weekends). Coffee will be on theirs too. So good and so nice of them. Sounds like Sue Ali is a nice and friendly gal. she ask me to give it some thought and let her know.

they will be available next week. if i want to meet them up? so wanna meet them up together with me? you can also give it some thought too. how about that?

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chai ching wrote:you say you have gone for the workshop. so how is it? are you able to get in?

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chai ching wrote:Hi Qatarbabe,

There's some questions which i would like to ask you. Did try quite a few times for Qatar. But always unsuccessful for me. How i envious of those peoples who can get in easily. May i know what are those interviewer are looking for. Is it our weight and height must really be proportionate?

May i know how many times did you try before successfully get it in? I still cant able to reflect what is wrong with me that i cant get it. I also really do like to be a stewardess. Sometimes, i was wondering. Is it my eyes too small? My weight is overweight or maybe im really not fated to be a stewardess?


qatarbabe wrote:For the 1st 2 yrs of flying. Be prepared to be broke. Unless you have really good self control. The money you earn, after deduction (from giving family and maybe a bit of savings), you mainly use it on layovers .. And i never held back coz I don't know when i'll ever go back there again.

As for expenses in DOHA.. you don't have a life in DOHA.. hmm.. we have perhaps less than 10 clubs in DOHA.. Shopping isn't all that great. If you cook, grocery shopping is cheap when you shop in bulk. When its summer, its too damn hot to go out anyway .. so majority of your money wld be spent on internet, phone calls and fake DVDs you'd purchase in China or Bangladesh. :roll:

But alot of us have all somehow managed to live within our means and even rather lavishly i've noted.. so, no worries, its survivable .. and we are after all in a tax free country, so it should be fine. :D


Why not attend Fly High workshop?

I went it last week, it was wonderful. They will tell you how to speak & perform during the interview. They even go extra mile to read your resume to tell you what to improve.

It prepared me for this coming interview.

I have attach the website, hope it can solve your doubts.

http://www.ascentcc.com/index.asp


Initially, I wanted to attend the workshop on 24th Mar but last minute the trainer has to go for a talk. Later, they arranged one to one session.

The workshop covered the role of the cabin crew, what recruiters look for, Self-introduction speeches, interview skills and questions, etc.

Jason, the trainer, worked for Qatar Airways before. I would say that he is experienced.

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Postby Flyer » Fri, 23 Mar 2007 11:24 pm

chai ching wrote:really? but you havent gone for Fly Workshop yet. how did you know that Jason is experience? or where did you hear that from? i go for the website which you given me. i also send email to them. one of a lady reply my email to me. her name is call Sue Ali.

she also did mention Jason name too. she say their meeting point is usually Vivo City (weekdays) and Red Dot (weekends). Coffee will be on theirs too. So good and so nice of them. Sounds like Sue Ali is a nice and friendly gal. she ask me to give it some thought and let her know.

they will be available next week. if i want to meet them up? so wanna meet them up together with me? you can also give it some thought too. how about that?

Flyer wrote:
chai ching wrote:you say you have gone for the workshop. so how is it? are you able to get in?

Flyer wrote:
chai ching wrote:Hi Qatarbabe,

There's some questions which i would like to ask you. Did try quite a few times for Qatar. But always unsuccessful for me. How i envious of those peoples who can get in easily. May i know what are those interviewer are looking for. Is it our weight and height must really be proportionate?

May i know how many times did you try before successfully get it in? I still cant able to reflect what is wrong with me that i cant get it. I also really do like to be a stewardess. Sometimes, i was wondering. Is it my eyes too small? My weight is overweight or maybe im really not fated to be a stewardess?


qatarbabe wrote:For the 1st 2 yrs of flying. Be prepared to be broke. Unless you have really good self control. The money you earn, after deduction (from giving family and maybe a bit of savings), you mainly use it on layovers .. And i never held back coz I don't know when i'll ever go back there again.

As for expenses in DOHA.. you don't have a life in DOHA.. hmm.. we have perhaps less than 10 clubs in DOHA.. Shopping isn't all that great. If you cook, grocery shopping is cheap when you shop in bulk. When its summer, its too damn hot to go out anyway .. so majority of your money wld be spent on internet, phone calls and fake DVDs you'd purchase in China or Bangladesh. :roll:

But alot of us have all somehow managed to live within our means and even rather lavishly i've noted.. so, no worries, its survivable .. and we are after all in a tax free country, so it should be fine. :D


Why not attend Fly High workshop?

I went it last week, it was wonderful. They will tell you how to speak & perform during the interview. They even go extra mile to read your resume to tell you what to improve.

It prepared me for this coming interview.

I have attach the website, hope it can solve your doubts.

http://www.ascentcc.com/index.asp


Initially, I wanted to attend the workshop on 24th Mar but last minute the trainer has to go for a talk. Later, they arranged one to one session.

The workshop covered the role of the cabin crew, what recruiters look for, Self-introduction speeches, interview skills and questions, etc.

Jason, the trainer, worked for Qatar Airways before. I would say that he is experienced.


My dear, I did mentioned on my previous post. They arranged one to one session for me last week.

Sue is Jason's wife. She was a cabin crew with Silkair. They are nice people.
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Postby Intrinsic Dreamer » Fri, 23 Mar 2007 11:57 pm

Good luck Chai Ching.

Just don't be too harsh on urself yeah? :)

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Postby Flyer » Sun, 25 Mar 2007 4:42 pm

Has anyone received the call?
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Postby zigatta » Sun, 25 Mar 2007 10:08 pm

Can anyone share with me on the procedures of today's open day? many thanks. :D

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Postby Flyer » Sun, 25 Mar 2007 11:39 pm

zigatta wrote:Can anyone share with me on the procedures of today's open day? many thanks. :D


At 9am, everyone got seated.

1.Watch video of Qatar
2. The welfare of cabin crew
3. Questions
4. Submission of CV & photographs

The screening will be tomorrow. The recuiters will call if is shortlisted.

So many peoples turned out today, the chances of getting the job is very slim. I guessed not many received the call. Sigh.......
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Postby ressox » Mon, 26 Mar 2007 12:13 am

anyone received call?

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Postby fly » Mon, 26 Mar 2007 9:41 am

hi Flyer,

u mentioned that:
At 9am, everyone got seated.

1.Watch video of Qatar
2. The welfare of cabin crew
3. Questions
4. Submission of CV & photographs

may i know what is 3. Questions?
is it they will ask u some Q and u have to answer it?

thanks

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Postby ressox » Mon, 26 Mar 2007 10:26 am

wel, it's a qatar airway introduction session, and they open to the floor to ask whatever question about qatar air and regarding cabin crew to clear doubts. nothing much. after that, it's time to submit resume and photos. guess i blew it, coz not receiving any call. next tiem try again.

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Postby fly » Mon, 26 Mar 2007 11:46 am

thanks ressox.

is it just this 4 steps?
1.Watch video of Qatar
2. The welfare of cabin crew
3. Questions
4. Submission of CV & photographs

after that submission, did them filter out some candidate and come to the 2nd round?or after the submission, may go back home already?

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Postby ressox » Mon, 26 Mar 2007 11:59 am

we're told to go back and wait for call.

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Postby fly » Mon, 26 Mar 2007 12:14 pm

that's all? wah~ so fast.

seem like very hard to get that job .... sign

don't know whether want go for that interview not ...
less and less confident ...

:(

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Postby senzen » Mon, 26 Mar 2007 5:22 pm

i got the call... =)

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Postby zigatta » Mon, 26 Mar 2007 5:47 pm

Hey Senzen, congrats for making into the 2nd round. do u mind telling how did it go? what were the procedures? thanks.

good luck in ur following interviews. :)

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Postby senzen » Mon, 26 Mar 2007 8:14 pm

We were given about one hour to complete an english test, 50 questions. Then had our height and weight taken. After which we waited outside for a while before we were called in for the first elimination round. And then it was group discussion followed by second elimination.


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