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Learn To Fly Melbourne and Aviation Consulting Services (ACS) work together to deliver this highly successful Airline Interview Coaching Session. The program guides you through airline recruitment processes, along with the various elements and phases that make up the interview. Experience has shown us that preparation is the most important factor in your success, and this course is tailored specifically to you, giving you the invaluable insight you need to gain a critical edge over other applicants.
Our Pilot Interview Specialist Darren McPherson will take charge of this highly specialised training session. Darren is currently a Training Captain at a prominent Asian airline. He has over 30 years of experience working within the airline industry. Darren has already helped more than 200 pilots to achieve success in their airline pilot applications since 2017.
This module will assist in providing a practical insight into the processes for a range of airlines, and specifically the ones that course participants are planning on applying to. Participants will also develop a study pathway to assist in structured and ongoing preparation further down the track.
The HR interview is an important step for most airlines and operators. We explore the content of HR interviews, discuss various scenarios and delivery styles, and work together in a practical setting to develop response methods that will allow each participant to showcase their best qualities.
Whilst airlines differ in their approach and interview process, there are a number of key themes that are common to all operators. Whilst some of the knowledge areas may seem obvious, the best way to answer the questions themselves may not be. We discuss typical questions and the best way to respond to them in a group setting.
Group exercises demonstrating teamwork are an important component of the application process for many airlines. We look at human factors in group dynamics and work through practical team-based exercises similar to those used by airlines. We then analyse the results and conduct an open discussion about what personality factors contributed to the results.
Even for cadet entry positions, airlines expect that applicants have a level of technical aviation knowledge. During this module, we will review crucial technical knowledge subject areas and help participants to plan for further study if required, based on their aviation experience to date.
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Our GraduateJoel Fernandes
“I loved being part of the instructor team at Learn To Fly and the flexibility offered by the wide range of aircraft types, including the simulators. I progressed from a Grade 3 to a Grade 1 Instructor in 2 years with a Night VFR training endorsement. After completing the Airline Interview Coaching Session course, I was offered a Direct Entry Second Officer role with a major international airline, and I am about to start my career as an airline pilot.”