In addition to the minimum requirements listed above, airline recruiters look for a variety of desired qualities, training and experience in an applicant. A flight attendant training certificate is extremely helpful and is now being required by most airlines.
Being a pre-trained flight attendant, and having some experience working with the public is a great asset. It shows the airline that you have an indebt interest in the career because of your training and that you can deal tactfully with the traveling public.An aspiring but untrained attendant with no training experience (certification) may find it difficult to secure employment with an airline.
Therefore, the first obvious and legally required step to join the world of Flight Attendants is to embark on an internationally recognized training program with an institution whose curriculum complies with the new training regulations, and whose training standards are acceptable by the average commercial airline.