Monday, 7 April 2008

FLIGHT ATTENDANT AS A CAREER

FLIGHTATTENDANT

Have you ever thought of pursuing a career in something that is very adventurous as well as having the opportunity to travel throughout the world? The Vancouver based International Air and Hospitality Academy (AHA) is offering some great training programs such as Airline Reservations and Airport Services, Airline/Travel Specialist, Culinary Arts, Restaurant Management, Hospitality Management and Baking Arts.

What caught my attention most is their flight attendant school. I have found out that many people are dreaming of flying high in the sky and travel to many destinations but they do not know how they could make that dream come true. With AHA’s program lineup, it is no longer impossible. I can opt for the flight attendant career or the airline/travel specialist career. Both programs would not take you more than 10 weeks. Isn’t it great to be able to travel to foreign cities and exotic locations all over the world?

If you would like to find out more on the experiences of those seniors, you can always check out their flight attendant blog. They will share with you what they had gone through in the school that taught them well on how to apply those lessons in any live situations. There are cases on identifying a criminal suspect, being the perfect life tourism information center and even learning a few new acronyms through their line of work. There is so much fun reading their blog, learning funny acronyms such as PITA. Do you want to know what it means? Check out their blog to find out more.

3 comments:

MoMo said...

Only one problem - I look a grumpy mess after being a passenger in a long flight, I really can't see how those lovely ladies and gentlemen can be so impleccable when they have to be on their feet and working all that time. This Momo's SS and not Momo; Momo never look a mess!

Deana said...

I can not thing of a worse career for me personally. I hate flying and the odds would scare me to death. But seeing the world would be wonderful.

Anonymous said...

I just left iaha I do not recommend going there! It is a waste of time and money. They curently have eight lawsuits pending against them. One including a teacher sewing that used to teach there. It is a family owned company the co president the president all have $$ in their eyes. I'm bloging this because I don't want somone to make the same mistake that me and four friends made. Witch none of us attend after 8 weeks. Just research very carefully.

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