Cadet Pilot Interview Workshop
Practice your answers before the big day
Preparation is key
Through a series of discussions on the aviation industry and flight training principles, you will gain a clear understanding of what it takes to become an airline pilot and how to prepare for your cadet pilot interview. You will also take part in a coaching session with international Captain and Airline Interview Consultant Darren McPherson to receive tips and instruction on how to best present yourself in your interview. It is a further recognised that you will significantly benefit from your interactions with the industry experienced personnel.
Interview Workshop Process
These theory sessions will not only cover basic aeronautical knowledge, they will cover all the theory you need know as a cadet pilot applicant. We will go through meteorology, VFR and basic IFR operations, aerodromes, airway routes, radio procedures and more.
Larger transport airplanes require more efficient and more powerful engines, so the jet aircraft theory will teach you all about the Brayton cycle and the advantages of a turbine engine. The sessions will also cover the parameters within which a turbine engine operates most efficiently.
Operational decisions need to be based on facts and correct data, as human error is one of the most problematic factors of aviation safety. We will teach you how to make safe decisions and exercise proper judgment to minimise risks.
You will be given access to our Cadet Pilot Interview Question Bank, which was designed using questions from Cathay Pacific and Singaporeair’s Cadet Pilot Programmes. It covers both HR / competency questions as well as technical questions so you will be well prepared for the real interview.
As a Senior Captain at a major international airline with 30 years of experience, Captain Darren will teach you how to best present your documents and yourself in interviews. Over two sessions you will thoroughly review your CV as well as enhance your human relations (HR) and technical knowledge to prepare for entry level airline positions.