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Postby boh tong » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 9:40 am

Advice? Like I said earlier, be humble and nice but do not over do it.

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Training soon

Postby blizz1209 » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 1:45 pm

Dear all,

Am starting my training in Dec soon.

Any1 mind telling me what r the things we need 2 buy/prepare?

Am pretty nervous abt the training. Is it tough?

Heard the training is 6-day week.

Thanks in advance

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Postby Yoman » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 2:18 pm

may i know is there any guys with O level that make it thru yesterday? Cos i make it thru the first round, but when they check my cert, the auntie at the counter said she have to reject me cos my job is not relevant and im only O level. Quite disappointing man haha. Dunno should i try again?

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Re: Training soon

Postby zicron » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 2:38 pm

blizz1209 wrote:Dear all,

Am starting my training in Dec soon.

Any1 mind telling me what r the things we need 2 buy/prepare?

Am pretty nervous abt the training. Is it tough?

Heard the training is 6-day week.

Thanks in advance

Regards,
blizz


hey blizz gratz on your passing the interviews :) .. so when was your walk in interview?

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Postby leonine » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 3:28 pm

hello. anyone care to share the walk in interview process yesterday?
like how was the crowd like? waiting time? passing rate per group? interview questions etc.
saw someone posted that there was more than 1000 interviewees? the waiting time sounds like madness. :shock:

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Re: Training soon

Postby blizz1209 » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 4:14 pm

zicron wrote:
blizz1209 wrote:Dear all,

Am starting my training in Dec soon.

Any1 mind telling me what r the things we need 2 buy/prepare?

Am pretty nervous abt the training. Is it tough?

Heard the training is 6-day week.

Thanks in advance

Regards,
blizz


hey blizz gratz on your passing the interviews :) .. so when was your walk in interview?


Thank u. I had my walk-in interview in August.

How abt u? R u applyig for tis job too?

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Postby zicron » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 4:36 pm

leonine wrote:hello. anyone care to share the walk in interview process yesterday?
like how was the crowd like? waiting time? passing rate per group? interview questions etc.
saw someone posted that there was more than 1000 interviewees? the waiting time sounds like madness. :shock:


hey leonine, crowd was really .. really... long.. so try arriving 1 hr before actual registration time starts... :)

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Re: Training soon

Postby zicron » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 4:38 pm

blizz1209 wrote:
zicron wrote:
blizz1209 wrote:Dear all,

Am starting my training in Dec soon.

Any1 mind telling me what r the things we need 2 buy/prepare?

Am pretty nervous abt the training. Is it tough?

Heard the training is 6-day week.

Thanks in advance

Regards,
blizz


hey blizz gratz on your passing the interviews :) .. so when was your walk in interview?


Thank u. I had my walk-in interview in August.

How abt u? R u applyig for tis job too?


hey blizz, yea applied for this job as well, but don't think i got thru the 2nd round, the 2nd round interviewer just told me that they will inform me in a few days...

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Postby boh tong » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 6:40 pm

Hi Blizz, Congrats! Don't worry too much. Bring yourself and dress nicely ok? If you are a guy,put on a tie...long sleeve shirt. No jeans or denim materials are allowed. Don't talk too much,just be nice,pleasant and humble. Greet everyone when you meet them,even the cleaning women. Guys are not allowed to wear earrings. Get rid of your tatoos especially those visible ones.
There will be a lot of form fillings and stuff like that. CCE Miss Gladys Chia or one of the staff will come to your class. Stand up and greet them when they step into the classroom...well if you all forget that part of the courtesy, you may be forgiven,at least for the first day. Your main instructor ( Basic course instructor) may be Miss Foo or Mr. Raymond Leong or Mr. Thomas Chia or someone else. Remember this,be good to all your instructors especially your basic instructor because they will decide whether you stay with SIA or you go.
Band together with your batch people because you need each other's support,both mental and physical. Don't be a smart Alec unless you want a quick exit.
I will be here occasionally. If you need advice you can pm me,that includes every members here. You can also visit me at http://bohtong.blogspot.com
Good Luck!

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Postby fresh7up » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 7:00 pm

Yoman wrote:may i know is there any guys with O level that make it thru yesterday? Cos i make it thru the first round, but when they check my cert, the auntie at the counter said she have to reject me cos my job is not relevant and im only O level. Quite disappointing man haha. Dunno should i try again?


Yoman, care to explain what do you mean when the auntie said that "your job is not relevant" ??

From the way you put it, its like you've to work in the customer service sector first before joining SIA. Is that true? Care to explain.

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Need help here!

Postby Luv_BA » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 7:46 pm

This is regarding the SIA medical check up. If I fail the medical check up, can I still apply for SIA again?

Actually, mine was just a case of childhood asthma. I big mouth and go and tell the doctor that.. I am ok now, with no sickness whatsoever.

Does anyone know if SIA keep our medical checkup reports?

How long do they keep our files?

I wanted to try again really badly but I am afraid that if they see my past medical check up fail, then they won't let me through again.

Sad..

Can anyone help me?

Thanks in advance.
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Postby NLYC » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 7:49 pm

Hey PPL , finished my final round on october 5 th
For those who did the same interview with me do pm me plz..
Thanks All the best .

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Postby Plavt » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 7:56 pm

NLYC wrote:Hey PPL , finished my final round on october 5 th
For those who did the same interview with me do pm me plz..
Thanks All the best .


You cannot PM anybody until you have made 5 posts this is to prevent spam

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Postby NLYC » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 8:34 pm

thanz for the advise new to this just found out bout that so are u from the october batch???

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Postby NLYC » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 8:36 pm

oh well anyway anyone from the same batch plz email low82@streamyx.com thanks


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