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Do I need to undergo training before I apply to become a flight attendant?

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While any training is advantages if your previous work experiences involving life skills or customer service are limited, the required specific airline flight attendant training will be provided by your new employer.
Typically this will take 4 to 6 weeks depending of course on the airline that you apply to. There are flight attendant training schools and on-line training sites that offer intending flight attendants, programs and courses that are very often expensive and are not recognized by any airline.
The choice is totally yours. You can attend one or two day courses and spend anything up to $350 for the privilege and you can even spend $4000 to $6000 for a 10 to 11 week course although I don't really recommend any of these courses. Many of the skills and competencies really should be gained by your work and life experiences.

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