employedSUCCESSFUL INTERVIEWING COURSE INFORMATION

 

Are you currently unemployed or considering a change of job? This FREE two hour interviewing workshop in Brighton could be what you need.

 

On this course you will practice skills and develop confidence for interview success.

 

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COURSE TUTOR: Gary Morris           

DURATION: 2 Hours

TIME:  10.30am-12.30pm

WHEN:

DAY: Tuesday 26th March
WHERE: Whitehawk Library

COURSE FEE: FREE

 

Please note that concessions are not available online.

Please see further information on fees and concessions online or in our brochure.

 

 

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This course aims to:
Show you how to prepare for interviews
Explore and practice answering different types of interview questions
Cover ways of coping with stress on the day

Who this course is for?
Anyone applying for jobs

What will I be able to do by the end of this course?
Be more confident in preparing for and performing at job interviews.
There are two other courses that students can move onto: Effective Job Search and The Perfect CV. On completion of one or more of the courses students can begin their job search with confidence.

What materials will I need for the course?
Pen and paper. You may want to bring your own laptop or tablet (this is optional).

How will I know how I’m doing on the course?
The tutor works with the group and with each student individually as time allows. He will talk with you and answer any questions you might have about your progress.

Are there any other websites or books that can help me?
Yes. Lots. You can start by having a look at the Nation Careers Service website: –
nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/
The tutor will refer to other websites during the course.

Who is the course tutor?
Gary is a qualified and experienced careers counsellor and a coach (specialising in career management, leadership, and health and wellbeing). He is also a qualified Adult Education teacher with experience of working in community education, further education and higher education.

What next, after the course?
We might offer a follow up session, talk to the tutor if you are interested.

You can also speak to the Information, Advice and Guidance officer, Eileen Campbell, who can help you with:

Information on other courses and services
Impartial guidance to help you make the right choices
Advice on volunteering and training
Initial assessment for English and maths

Date/Time
Tuesday 26 March 2019
10:30 am to 12:30 pm
Sessions: 1

Price
Full price: FREE
Concession rate (if available):
Please note that concessions are not available online.
Click here for information on fees and concessions.

Location
Whitehawk Library

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