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If you are looking for Air Canada Interview Questions you have come to the right place.
Please note these are practice questions and we are not affiliated with the company mentioned in this post.
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Now its time to test your answers live with Keith. After watching all the video lessons, preferably 2 times, you can book a time on Keiths calendar. This mock interview call is done via video. Here you will get important feedback as to what to say, what to avoid saying, your body language, tonality, pace etc.
What happens in an Air Canada video interview?
In a video interview, you’ll record yourself answering questions.
Those questions might be shown to you as a couple of lines of text or they might be displayed as a pre-recorded video by someone at Air Canada asking you that question.
Then, you’ll get around 30 seconds to prepare your answer and around two minutes to answer.
The number of questions varies, so be ready to answer anything from 2 to 5 questions.
You can answer on your cell phone, laptop, or desktop computer – as long as it has a camera.
The questions asked will be mostly behavioral ones, so make sure you are brushed up on how to answer those. The best way to answer them is via the STAR method – if you aren’t familiar with how to ace every question using that method, check out the video below.
You also want to be aware of Air Canada’s corporate values. You want to answer the behavioral questions on video through the lens of those values. This will make the hiring manager’s life very easy as they are looking for those values in every person they evaluate.
You can find Air Canada’s corporate values on its website. Also take a look at their website to familiarize yourself with Air Canada’s history and corporate goals, because knowledge of those can be extremely helpful in an interview.