Unit8 P5,M5,D3

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Job title: Cabin Crew
Organisation: Emirates Airline Skills needed for this job | Why is this skill necessary (use examples)? | Where/how did you find this out? | Do you have this skill? | How will you develop this skill? | Being physical fit | This skill is necessary because an airhostess I will need to be fit to do my job well. An airhostess need to be fit to be able to work on a plane and on their feet through their journey so they need to be able to work for long hours and be able to cope with been in the air.An airhostess needs to have energy to calm passengers down in case of emergencies. | http://blog.aviationjobsearch.com/blog/2012/07/advise-air-hostess-jobs-what-skills-do-i-need/ | I do think I have this skill. This is because I am free from any physical or mental illness which might lead to incapacity or inability to perform cabin crew duties. I do not have to depend alcohol or drugs. I have a good and healthier life style. I have normal vision without any glasses. I am physically fit because I go to the yoga classes to keep my balance and flexibility. | This skill could be developed by checking my BMI every week to have a better diet and by eating more front to digest properly. I could improve this skill by running in my space time. | Clear communication | This skill is necessary because Airhostess will be answering passengers questions which mean my voice will need to be clear in a formal speaking tone of voice, politely to passengers. This means an airhostess will need to be fluent in English in order for passengers to understand my answers and announcements. Talk to passengers like I know them in a polite manner. | http://www.buzzle.com/articles/air-hostess-jobs.html | I do think that I have this skill. The reason been is because I am able to speak clearly to people when I am talking and they answer back with…...

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