Another video shows a "personal image consultation" session, where flight attendants' style and appearance is assessed. One trainee is called out for not wearing a wristwatch. "It was a total fail, and I've got to figure out how to bounce back from that," he says.
The next video shows emergency training, in which flight attendants have to evacuate a smoke-filled plane and go down a slide.
"Airline emergencies are extremely unlikely, but we as flight attendants must be prepared," said a Delta trainer.
It's not the first time an airline has taken a "reality show" approach to show off its flight attendant training.
Business reporter Kelly Yamanouchi covers airlines and the airport including Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines, one of the world's largest carriers, and Hartsfield-Jackson, ranked for years as the world's busiest airport. She has covered airlines for more than 15 years, graduated from Harvard and has a master's degree from Northwestern.