Preparing for your job interview could very well be one of the most important moments of your career. Landing the perfect job can be a challenge, but with the determination and passion you will need to begin a successful career, you can easily overcome this challenge, and bring a lot of valuable experience with you to the next interview if you don’t get the job.
Just a little preparation and thought ahead of time can have wondrous effects on your interviewing skills. This course will go over the issues and provide an in-depth analysis of the interviewing process. With some independent practice, this course can help you prepare successfully for any job interview!
Topics will include:
- Common Interview Questions
- What Employers Want
- Attitude and Effort
- Body Language
- The Mock Interview
- Phone Interviews
- Behavioral Interviews
- Closing the Interview
- Thank You Notes
From the course:
There are a plenty of employment opportunities. Yet there is a big number of employable professionals who cannot get the job because they did not perform well in the interview.
You are expected to learn how to:
• Make a good first impression
• Dress for success
• Project confident through your body language
• Match your style to your interviewer’s
• Structure your answers with specific workplace accomplishments
• Use your voice to project confidence and competence
• Close interviews on a positive note
The CV is only the beginning of your career journey, as soon as you’re contacted you are being checked for suitability as a potential employee. A lot of people struggle during interviews, they feel anxious, nervous as well are unsure of how to answer certain interview questions. If your skills sets, qualifications etc. match with the Candidate’s Profile advertised by the company but you are scared of your interview performance, then this is the right program.
The job interview preparation is a strategic conversation with a purpose. Your goal is to show the employer that you have the skills, background, and ability to do the job and that you can successfully fit into the organization and its culture. The interview is also your opportunity to gather information about the job, the organization, and future career opportunities to figure out if the position and work environment are right for you.
Most employers do not hire people based on merit alone. Personality, confidence, enthusiasm, a positive outlook, and excellent interpersonal and communication skills count heavily in the selection process.
On successful completion of the course and course requisites, candidate will receive certification.