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In order to be admitted into the Boeing pre-employment training program, you must successfully complete the hiring process:

  • Online application
  • Phone interview 
  • Assessment tests
  • Interview

Ensure your place with Boeing by outperforming the competition, and by doing well on each step of the hiring process. Our Boeing PrepPacks allow you to practice and prepare for the assessment tests, while utilizing our study guides and score reports. Start practicing with our preparation materials today to land the job you're after! 

Our PrepPack includes math, reading comprehension, and mechanical reasoning tests and drills, in addition to interview preparation; all of which is seen on the real exam. Our materials can help you strengthen your skill set and ensure that you score high on the exam.


Boeing Pre-Employment Training Program

Boeing's pre-employment training program was created to prepares individuals for entry-level employment as mechanics in the aerospace field. Each type of mechanic is required to complete their respective program. 

Assembly mechanics are required to complete 408 hours of training; 40 hours per week, for 10 weeks. Composites Mechanic are required to complete 208 hours of training. 

In the training program, both types of mechanics learn about hand tools, measuring devices, blueprint reading, process specifications, abbreviations and aircraft terminology, rivets, A/C sealing, power tools, electrical bond and ground, wiring and bundling, hydraulics, flight controls and landing gear, and oxygen lines. In addition to sharpening their basic math, teamwork, and interview skills. 

Although the training program has a high job placement percentage, it does require that several aspects be met before granting you a spot. The requirements are as follows:

  • Must be a US citizen
  • Must be 18 years old or older
  • Posses a GED or high school diploma 
  • Meet the required Workkey scores in all five sections

Boeing Pre-Employment Training Assessment

In order to get accepted to the Boeing pre-employment training center, you need to pass the WorkKeys Assessment Test in the five following categories:

  1. Applied Math
  2. Locating Information
  3. Observation
  4. Reading for Information
  5. Teamwork

If you successfully pass the WorkKeys assessment test, you will be invited to attend an interview. Depending on your assessment test scores, you can become eligible to receive a full scholarship to the training center. Upon successful completion of the training center, you will be invited to Boeing for avformal interview.

You may encounter further pre-employment assessment tests, depending on the position you're applying to. Some assessments cover the following:


Boeing Interview

The hiring process at Boeing includes several rounds and types of interviews. The first interview is a telephone interview. During which, you will be asked several preliminary questions (qualifications, job experience, availability, skills, etc.) before you are invited to attend a formal interview. This phone interview typically lasts 25-35 minutes. 

If you are invited to attend an in-person interview, be prepared to encounter a panel interview, group interview, or several back-to-back one-on-one interviews. Furthermore, each interview focuses on behavioral questions and it's highly recommended (sometimes even required) that you answer using the STAR method.


 

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What's Included

  • Interview preparation
  • Interview video tutorial
  • 2 Interview guides
  • 10 Mechanical Reasoning tests
  • A mechanical study guide
  • 3 Algebra tests
  • 6 Basic math tests
  • 4 Basic math study guides
  • 2 Calculating areas tests
  • Calculator video tutorial
  • 10 Reading comprehension tests
  • 4 Verbal reasoning tests
  • Solving verbal reasoning video tutorial
  • 8 Workkeys practice tests (math, technology, locating information, reading for information)
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