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Qualifications

Postby krissiebum » Wed, 05 Nov 2008 12:10 pm

Just to check with your girls, I only have 4 O lvl credits but i hold a diploma and adv diploma from a private Institution.Does SQ recognise these certs?
And I also misplaced my o lvl and diploma cert the previous time i shifted. Does that matter?

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Postby linatan87 » Wed, 05 Nov 2008 1:02 pm

I think should be ok but most prob u have to go down to MOE to request for the statement of results..

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Postby wishforluck » Fri, 02 Jan 2009 3:31 am

Hi, would like to ask...
I've taken my O-level but eventually failed.

Went ahead for Higher Nitec & graduated.
Will SIA consider for Higher Nitec or N-level?

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Postby Care_Bear » Fri, 02 Jan 2009 1:07 pm

wishforluck wrote:Hi, would like to ask...
I've taken my O-level but eventually failed.

Went ahead for Higher Nitec & graduated.
Will SIA consider for Higher Nitec or N-level?


There will be admin staffs to collect and check the relevant certs before the interview rounds. If you don't hit the minimum of 5 olevels/ or any diploma. They will stop you from the interview and it will be a wasted trip.
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Postby cowsdomoo » Sun, 11 Jan 2009 2:10 am

Not sure if this is the correct place to post this.. Don't see many asking abt medical conditions. What is meant by medically fit for aviation industry? For cabin crew, if a person has hearing problem in 1 ear, I guess airlines won't accept? Hope someone can clarify... Keen but have a prob :(. Thanks.

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Postby isisprince » Mon, 12 Jan 2009 5:05 pm

cowsdomoo wrote:Not sure if this is the correct place to post this.. Don't see many asking abt medical conditions. What is meant by medically fit for aviation industry? For cabin crew, if a person has hearing problem in 1 ear, I guess airlines won't accept? Hope someone can clarify... Keen but have a prob :(. Thanks.


I'm curious too. I wonder if it affects a candidate if he/she had to go through a surgery previously but has fully recovered. And also if having flat feet for example a problem because i read in a post that the doctor during one of the candidate's medical check-up commented about her flat feet and there wasn't any follow up if she go through or not.

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Postby deja » Sun, 25 Jan 2009 1:24 am

isisprince wrote:I'm curious too. I wonder if it affects a candidate if he/she had to go through a surgery previously but has fully recovered. And also if having flat feet for example a problem because i read in a post that the doctor during one of the candidate's medical check-up commented about her flat feet and there wasn't any follow up if she go through or not.


The aviation industry has its specified requirements for medical conditions. I don't have the list to quote, but one can get an overview of the requirements when one fills up the medical check form prior to round 4 interview or during medical check.

From what I remember (saw), some of the medical conditions of their concern are: dry eyes problem, mensuration pain, thyroid disease, motion sickeness, gastric discomfort and tumors etc. Perhaps others can help extend the list. :)


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