FAPA.aero | Pilot Career & Interview Skills Workshops

Interview Prep

Pilot Career & Interview Skills Workshops

You have thousands of hours experience but can still bust the interview in 20 seconds. This session will provide insight on the interview process and helpful tips. Getting the interview is only the first step, getting the job is the next. Your story is a great one - let us help you tell it.

Facilitated by Judy Tarver, former Manager of Pilot Recruitment at American Airlines responsible for the hiring of over 7,100 airline pilots

      CURRICULUM:
    • Record Keeping | logbook preparation, background documents, PRIA
    • Critical Characteristics | interview tips for a successful outcome
    • The Interview Process | learn from the pro who used these methods to hire pilots
    • Preparing For The Interview | applications, résumés, cover letters

    FREE résumé review included for all attendees

    Upcoming Events
    No workshops are currently scheduled. Meet our coaches at our next Job Fair

Meet the FAPA team

Tom Hiltner

Vice President - Operations

TomHiltner

Tom Hiltner is a native of Margate, NJ and has been a part of the FAPA crew since 2012.  Since then he has progressed from Director of Content and Communications to Vice President of Operations. Tom is responsible for the products offered by FAPA to its members, as well as planning and executing Pilot Job Fairs around the country.  Tom, a graduate of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at Daytona Beach, has a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Science degree as well as an airline transport pilot certificate and a pilot in command type rating in the Embraer 145 and Airbus A320. As an active airline pilot himself Tom understands how important achieving career goals is to each and every pilot he serves. 

Client Testimonials

Anonymous

Hired at United Airlines

I can't Thank You enough for helping me achieve my dream of flying for United! I have been passing your name and FAPA around to everyone I know.. I have been telling them don't wait, get ahold of you and do the prep! I hope they take my advice. Only problem is I don't want to over work you with all the preps coming your way..