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Diploma in Retail Customer Service

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Your Customers Are Your Most Important Asset and everything you do is about attracting them, acquiring them, getting them to return to buy again, and to get them to refer their friends. For many retailers, a single customer can be worth thousands of dollars over the course of their lifetime.

That is why creating a great customer experience is critical to your success and Patron can help you and your team members deliver on your commitments with high quality and engaging retail training courses.

The Patron International team has delivered thousands of hours of customer service training on the fundamentals of customer care, how to handle difficult customers, and how to create repeat customers by improving the retail customer experience.

For Girls-

  • Fair looking
  • Height – Minimum 155 cms, and above
  • Northern State Girls Height 152 cm and above
  • Age: 17-25 years
  • Marital Status: Un Married

For Boys-

  • Fair looking
  • Height – Minimum 164 cms. and above
  • Northern State Boys Height 160 cm and above
  • Age: 17-25 years
  • Marital Status: Un Married

Duration : 6 Month

Placement Duration : 3 Month

  • What are the requirements to be a Flight Attendant?

    The Flight Attendant job requirements are very basic. These usually include: Height- The height requirements are different at every airline and are listed in the FA job post that each airline runs at time of hiring. Many airlines do not list height requirements but instead require that you be able to reach to a specified vertical height.

  • Do I need to attend a school or complete a training program before I can apply?

    The only educational requirement for the commercial airline Flight Attendant position in the U.S. is a high school diploma or equivalent. No flying experience or training is required. Once you are selected your airline will train you in their own specific training program that cannot be duplicated elsewhere.

  • I want to be a Flight Attendant! Where do I start?

    Getting started is as simple as meeting the basic requirements of the airline you are applying to, preparing and applying. Most airlines accept applications and resumes online. Once your application and resume are reviewed, if you are selected the airline will invite you to complete a video or phone interview and if you progress from there, they will invite you to a face to face interview. Some airlines hold open interview sessions in scheduled locations.

  • Will airlines fly me to the interview for free?

    Most airlines who invite you to an interview will also provide you with free air travel to and from the interview site. Airlines that conduct open session interviews and recruitment events do not provide transportation.

  • Why should I buy your information or use your services?

    My life changed in all the best ways after being hired as a Flight Attendant. I never forgot what an extraordinary gift it was to fly around the world with really fun co-workers and be exposed to so much opportunity, plus be paid! I decided early on in my career to try and help others do the same after realizing that so many people had huge misconceptions about how to get hired and the airline industry was lacking a dependable, trustworthy resource for people who really wanted a chance at the career.

  • What is the airline resume preparation service?

    We know the inside track to airline recruiting and we know that airline interviews are like no other. So you cannot have a generic resume and stand out.

  • Am I too old to be hired as a Flight Attendant?

    There is no maximum age requirement in place at U.S. airlines, you are never too old to begin applying for a Flight Attendant position.

  • Do Flight Attendants really get to fly for free?

    Most travel costs the airline employee nothing. The incredible travel privileges also extend to the Flight Attendant, spouse, partners, dependent children, parents, extended family members and friends, Also, once you become a Flight Attendant you become eligible for travel on other airlines and you will receive discounts on tickets on nearly every airline in the world, as well as cruise lines, resorts and hotels. It is truly the "hidden paycheck" in the airline business.

  • Tattoos and arrests, can I fly?

    Tattoos that would be not visible while wearing your Flight Attendant uniform are usually allowable. Check the requirements of the airline you are applying to, most have very specific tattoo related requirements. The impact of a prior arrest/conviction is dependent on the type of arrest or conviction and most airlines will address that during the initial application phase.