There is one language that is essential if you want a career as a Cabin Crew. Most of the airlines recruitment teams are very concerned with your ability to speak English – being able to pass an English exam is not enough. You need to be able to communicate in English effectively and be prepared to deal with a lot of non-routine situations.
MATS provides ‘English for Cabin Crew’ for those who dream of becoming a cabin crew and want to improve their communicative skills-listening, speaking and reading related to airline industry.
This is what these aspiring cabin crew are currently practicing and improving their English Language with MATS.
MATS- ‘English for Cabin Crew’ follows the real-time working practices of flight attendants in routine and non-routine situations. From pre-flight briefings to disembarkation, it looks at the specific language used in all on-board situations.
These aspiring cabin crew are encouraged to participate in group discussion, role play and individual presentation to be able to communicate and use the specialized language and terminology of the of the airline industry. At the same time they have been also prepared by MATS to gain one of the cabin crew’s essential skills which is ‘Confidence’…