Learn how to interview well from somebody who has successfully been interviewed and given interviews many times before!
That job opportunity is finally within your reach - if you take this course.
Reviews of my course have stated that: "This is a great course for anyone who has to prepare for a job interview...Ben lays out very simple steps that anybody can take to ensure you are properly prepared...Ben goes on to explain best practices during the interview and some great follow up advice...Fantastic course with some really useful insights that should finally ensure that I have success at my next interview."
There aren't too many jobs in this world that don't require a job interview of some sort...so it's important to know how to do it well. There is no point in having career goals and aspirations if you aren't able to get the roles you are after!
One of the greatest fears that people have when they are trying to improve their career is the job interview. It doesn't feel good when you are being assessed by your potential employer and this can make your nerves spiral out of control!
Confidence is what good job interviews are all about - my course will help you gain that confidence through understanding how to prepare well for job interviews, how to handle yourself inside the interview and what you should do after it's all over.
Here's what you'll get in my course:
Take this detailed but easy-to-follow course now - in an hour or so you can be increasing your job interview skills - conquer your fears and improve your confidence with job interviews today!
The lecture introduces Ben, including his relevant experiences and qualifications for delivering the course
This lecture introduces the main fears that people have when they go to a job interview - even when they are very competent!
In this activity, students write down their top 3 fears about job interviews!
Writing them down can be a great way to get them out of your head and help you to face them head on.
This lecture teaches students the main ways to overcome their fears about job interviews and introduces some of the content that will be discusses later in the course, including:
This video teaches students why preparation is so important for success in interview - it decreases nervousness, improves your chances of being impressive and limits your weak areas.
This lecture teaches how you can limit the simple errors that people make when they attend interviews. Some interviewers can get annoyed at the smallest things, so it's important to try to limit these occasions!
Making sure that you have organised the interview properly is a key part of the process. When is it? How will you get there? How will you get out of work to get there? All of these aspects are important in reducing your nervousness and improving your chance of success.
This lecture introduces research as a great way to prepare yourself for a job interview, using several methods.
This lecture demonstrates an example of research a company before a job interview.
This lecture discusses research via social media or actually experiencing the company yourself before a job interview.
This lecture teaches students how to handle some of the common questions that come up during interviews such as "why do you want to work here?" and "what do you want to be doing in the next 5 years"?
This lecture teaches the importance of knowing your CV well, consistency between online and paper resumes and proactively addressing the gaps that are in your experience and skills.
This lecture teaches how to prepare for being asked about your proposed salary in an interview. Many people fall at this hurdle and reduce their expectations just to get the job, but it's important to know your own needs.
This lecture teaches students how to prepare for leaving their current situation - some people are so desperate to leave their current job that they will compromise on their own needs. This lecture teaches some tips on how to avoid this.
This lecture introduces the job interview preparation template for students to prepare for their next job interview
This is the Job Interview Preparation Template for students to use to prepare for their next interview.
This lecture introduces the section and summarises the main points including remaining calm, eye contact and being personable during the interview process.
This lecture teaches how to answer questions during an interview - particularly the ones that you don't know the exact answer to! It also teaches students why not knowing the answer is OK.
This lecture teaches some effective techniques for buying some time during interviews when you are faced with a tricky question or you want to prepare a good response.
This lecture teaches the importance of using humour in job interviews, but also teaches how to use just the right amount and not go overboard!
This lecture teaches students the importance of eye contact and some effective tips on using eye contact to your advantage.
This lecture teaches the importance of being personable in job interviews and some easy ways to make a good impression with your audience.
This lecture introduces the importance of what happens AFTER the interview - rather than just focusing on the interview itself.
This lecture teaches the importance of following up after you have completed your job interview. Most people don't follow up! Learn why you should.
Congratulations, you've got an offer! But now it's important to know whether that offer is right for you or you should pass it by.
This lecture offers students some final words of encouragement to help motivate them in their job interview journey.
This lecture tells students where they can get more resources for their careers, at the ucareerstrategy website.
I'm a consultant and manager at a large international consultancy, with Bachelors degrees in Biochemistry and Computer Science and an MBA.
I have also been a guest speaker on Project Governance as well as Networking skills, and am an excellent public speaker, having spent 2 years at Toastmasters to develop my skills.
I am passionate about helping people to improve their careers and I have released an eBook on career strategy and blog frequently on career topics. Your career doesn't have to be miserable...make some change!