This experience section shows off skills and abilities much more clearly.
It includes specific achievements and insights into your customer service skills.
Even though this candidate doesn’t have direct experience as a flight attendant, it checks the boxes for what is required to transition into that role.
Flight attendant skills section: Have you earned your wings?
Landing a role as a flight attendant takes skill.
Soft skills relating to the way you work are most important here and are crucial to include on your resume!
Technical skills like operating a card machine, demonstrating and applying safety procedures and securing the flight deck are things you’ll learn in the 3-6 week training programme prior to attending a real flight.
If you already have those skills, list them in a resume skills section.
How to list technical skills on your resume
Pre-existing technical skills are usually not required if you’re applying for a flight attendant role. That being said, if you have these skills (like CPR training, securing the flight deck, etc.), mention them!
If you don’t have these skills, don’t worry. Important training, like CPR, is given to flight attendants when they land the job, and it’s repeated every 6 months.
Skills that are bonus to have are: