English for Job Interviews: Express yourself Confidently
- 2 hours on-demand video
- 26 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- How to use English on the phone
- How to make small talk with the interviewer
- How to talk about your work experience
- How to talk about your education
- How to talk about your skills
- How to talk about a weakness in English
- How to use English grammar in an interview
- Special vocabulary for answering difficult questions
- You should have at least a good intermediate (B1+ - B2) knowledge of English
Looking for a job can be stressful. If you are feeling nervous because your interview will be in English and this is not your native language, these lectures are just for you. In this course, you will learn the job interview language, specific vocabulary, correct grammar, what questions to expect and how to answer.
- Sample video questions and answers
- Vocabulary and grammar quizzes
- Downloadable pdf resources
- People who are getting ready for a job interview in English
- Intermediate (B1-B2) and slightly higher level learners who want to improve their English
- Non-native speakers who need to use English in their work
In this lecture, you're going to learn how to use English on the telephone with a recruiter or potential employer in the following situations:
- Answering the phone
- Talking about your availability
- Giving information
- Arranging a time/day for the interview
- Confirming arrangements
Learn what to say if you're late for your interview in order not to sound unprofessional.
Questions like "Are you applying for any other jobs?" and "Have you applied for other jobs?" can be difficult to answer tactfully, especially if English is not your first language. In this lecture, you'll learn some useful vocabulary to help you deal with this kind of question.
If you are applying for a job that you might seem overqualified for, this lecture will teach you some useful vocabulary to help you deal with questions like 'Why are you interested in this job?'
In this lecture, we're going to look at vocabulary to help you answer questions such as:
What has been your greatest disappointment?
What has been the greatest disappointment in your life?
What has been the greatest disappointment in your career?
Tell me about a failure.
In this lecture we're going to look at some vocabulary to help you explain "gaps" in your CV/resume. This will help you answer questions like:
Why have you been out of work?
You've been out of work for a while. Has it been difficult finding a job?
Why were you out of work for so long between these two jobs?
In this lecture, we will look at useful vocabulary to help you answer the difficult interview question “What are your salary requirements?” and variations of this question including:
What salary do you think you deserve?
What salary are you expecting?
What are you looking to earn?
How much are you expecting to make here?
What salary are you looking for?
In this lecture, we will look at the two English present tenses: the present simple and the present continuous. You will study their uses and how to use them in a job interview situation.