Malchiwka is paid to Lie to new recruits about training and working as Probationary Cabin Crew at Ryanair..You will see malchiwka said and then Ryanairdontcare Campaign's founder John said...
ContractsThere are 4 schools that provide same contract: Crewlink, St.James, Dalmac and Cavok.
The contract is for 3 years subject to 1 month probation period.
As you can see from the Crewlink contract above, probation is for 12 months and ''NOT '' 1 month as stated by malchiwka and 4 schools Do Not provide contracts,Only 2 do Crewlink and Workforce International....Termination of your contract within 12 months is over a 60% rate..
A new contract can expect pay between 1,100 - 1,400 euro plus 1.200 new joiners payment in first 6 months.
As you can see from a part of a wage slip (1)of a Probationary Ryanair Cabin Crew the monthly salary was 591 Euro...This was the salary paid and not between 1,100 - 1,400 as stated by malchiwka .
The 1.200 new joiners payment which is paid to Probationary cabin crew over a 6 month period Will be taken from your salary if you are Terminated before the 6 month period..Termination is high 5th and 6 month of contracts...As you can see from part of my daughter's wage slip (2) month 1 AL 300 is the new joiners payment taken back from Ryanair/Crewlink once Terminated.......
Accommodation during training course can be either provided or not.
If you plan to do training course in Hahn then student accommodation is provided. If you plan to do training in Dublin, Rush host family accommodation provided.
In all other destinations you will have to find your own accommodation for duration of the training due to large number of courses being run schools are not able to provide accommodation to everyone.
Once you finish with your training course you will have to find your own accommodation in your base. Company/Schools as any other airline or company will not provide you with it as it is your own responsibility.
We have been informed that Hahn accommodation is basic and no shops near by..It is in the middle of no-were (the very same as Airports ryanair fly to). Make sure you take plenty of money as it will be needed.
Ryanair/Crewlink give you nothing,not even a pen....
The host family accommodation in Rush,we have not had any complaints from students but Dalmac set up Workforce International with Ryanair... As said by malchiwka ''large number of courses being run''
The reason why Ryanair have a large number of training courses is simply to understand '''TERMINATION is over 60%....
Below comment is from a parent
''My son has just returned from Hahn, not having completed the 6 weeks training course. Besides all the 'wonderful 'comments posted above, may I advise prospective candidates to be prepared for sleepless nights having to study till the early hours of the morning,( as expected to know modules word by word ) to have no wi-fi at the accommodation except at the training centre, to take care when buying a German sim card as might prove impossible to activate, to have to walk/taxi to airport for an ATM and to take a 50 minute walk to a supermarket situated by the petrol station. Surely was not worth this sacrifice, to be treated badly financially once graduated. All the above posts are confirming my doubts, pity I did not read them before we paid the initial 1000 euros ''!
Accommodation info in Hahn
1 - How many towels are available at each room and how often they are changed?
1 TOWEL FOR EACH, CHANGED WEEKLY
2 - Is there a mini-bar or alike in each room?
THERE IS A LITTLE FRIDGE TO STORE YOUR FOOD
4 - Is there any glasses available at the room?
5 - What would be advisable to bring with us?
YOUR CLOTHES ALL THE REST IS AVAILABLE
1 - Is there a kitchen where we can cook our own food?
IS COMMON AND IS LOCATED ON GROUND FLOOR
2 - What do we have available there? Any dishes, glasses, cutlery?
ALL CUTLERY IS AVAILABLE SUBJECT TO EVERYONE CLEANING AFTER THEMSELVES
3 - I imagine that if having a kitchen it will not be that big, so is it really possible to cook there? (imagine 3 classes wanting to cook on the same day around the same hour, in this case it would be an impossible mission)
IT IS POSSIBLE
4 - What would be advisable to bring with us?
Plenty of money....
1 - Apart from having (probably) a kitchen available, how students usually do there? Is it better to buy ready to eat food at the local supermarket or eat at the canteen?
THERE IS NO CANTEEN, THERE IS A RESTAURANT (APPRX. 10-15 EURO A MEAL) OR FOOD FROM SUPERMARKET. THERE IS ALSO A SANDWICH VAN THAT COMES EVERY MORNING.
2 - The canteen, how much would it cost a lunch/dinner?
1 - How far away is the supermarket?
30 MIN WALK, 5 MIN TAXI
Bus runs once every hour to training centre.
We have 2 standby duties:
Home standby which lasts for 11 hours on call at home
Airport standby which lasts for 8 hours on call in the airport
You will have 2 Home standby days a week which you are NOT paid for....If you are called and you do not answer the call,this will be used against you as a No-show...
Airport standby you are paid 30 Euro for the 8 hours which works out 3 euro an hour after tax.....Whilst on airport Standby you will be used to board passengers and Xmas time sell the charity calendar..
Roster pattern is very easy. Normally it consists of 5 consecutive days working on early shift with following 2 days off and then 5 consecutive days on late shift following 3 days off.
Your day may consist of 2, 4 or 6 flights a day which could last from 20 minutes flight time to 5 and half hours. This of course depends on the day, i.e. if you have a trip to Canary Islands from Stansted you would only do a return trip as it lasts over 5 hours. If you have combination of short flight which are under an hour each this could be up to 6.
You will be guaranteed 20 days of leave per annum as well as if you want to have some more you could always apply for some unpaid leaves.
You are guaranteed 20 days leave if you are there long enough,which is not Guaranteed...Termination before 12 months is Guaranteed...
We only fly Boeing 737-800 type
Part time job
Ryanair does not provide cabin crew with part time job.
Ryanair does not provide a real job..Recruitment for Termination is what they do...
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