by Josipa Zekanovic
ZADAR, 26 January 2019 – The launch of the first Stewardess Training Center in Croatia was presented on the 25th of January in the Conference hall at Zadar Airport.
The owners of the Training Centre, Diana Jung and Agnieszka Bresik held the presentation. The pair were stewardesses that worked for six years at Ryanair’s base at Zadar airport, and that is the main reason they choose Zadar as the main spot for the center.
After long lasting careers with a lot of experience, Diana and Agnieszka decided to start this course in Zadar to help budding stewardess prepare for interviews for big commercial airline companies who are recruiting cabin crew.
Agnieszka Bresik explained more about the course.
“This is an ideal opportunity for all people who were dreaming about cabin crew jobs, stewardess jobs, but mostly they are afraid if they are good enough, do they have courage for it, will the examination be strict, how will they pass the interview, will they succeed, we are here to help them to prevent the fails, to teach them what they can expect from that job, to teach them all the great things we know. This is an ideal job because you can travel every day, you can have breakfast in Paris, tomorrow stay in some other town, continent, meet new people, learn so many new things, visit so many places. Sometimes is hard to leave your home, but you are always on the move with this job. We approach attendants in an individual way, introducing them and getting them to learn about the aviation world and safety on board. Our vision is taking off with your career. Candidates should decide to make the first step, choose their dream because big adventures are waiting for them. We are treating candidates individually because all of them have different needs, so we decided to start with two groups per month. Being a stewardess is actually a very flexible profession, you have so many benefits, for example, you are working only 10 or 15 days in the month, depends on your working hours, you make friendships on an international level, and of course a passion for aviation is always there. This is a prestige job, every day on board is different,” said Bresik, before explaining conditions that are required for attending the training course.
“Candidates should be minimum 18 years of age, hold a high school diploma and a valid passport. English skills are obligatory, and any visible tattoos must be covered.”
Agnieszka’s partner Jung is responsible for training content.
“Here we also learn about medical conditions. For example how to react if a passenger has a heart attack. We teach candidates how to give first aid, how to react in
“Make your dream come true and become a flight attendant! Join our Training Center now and we will help you to take off with your career with the world biggest airlines. Come to our Open day on the 2nd of February at Zadar Airport. Bring your CV and two photos, and move forward with your life” – that is the message from Agnieszka and Diana.