Getting your first job- Learn what Human Resources want
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What do employers want to know about you? - Use this course to learn what HR want to know about you
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  • 32 mins on-demand video
  • 5 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
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  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Think! Students spend all this time studying and then no time thinking about what it takes to get a job.
  • Know that clicking to 5 jobs in 20 minutes isn't a good idea. You need to think about what you are doing
  • Know what their selling points are. Students can then become more confident in their ability
  • Know that the job process takes time and effort. Just because you have lots of qualifications doesn't mean much if you don't know how to get a job
  • Send us back your answers and we will contact you with changes to make. You get to practice your answers with us
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  • They need to know that getting a job takes effort. A good attitude is all they need

Nothing is guaranteed, but everything is possible: that is the ethos of the Flying Start Job Programme.

The Flying Start Job Hunt Programme speaks to students in a way that has never been done before: there are home truths, insider tips and a nurturing approach. There is a demand for hard work and a sense of initiative, but also a reassurance that all will be well for those who have the want to succeed and make their own way in the world.

The reality is that applicants for graduate and entry-level roles are not properly equipped with the skills needed for the applying and interviewing process.

Programme developer Tim Carrington has built his career over the last decade in the recruitment industry, but not before he worked across several sectors, acquiring skills across the board and taking valuable advice and life lessons from people in all walks of life. A successful business owner with global experience and a passion for helping young people, Tim decided something needed to be done to help our younger generation.

Tim is keen to ensure he passes on what he can to those just starting out. He is a motivator: dedicated to assuring tomorrow’s workforce is skilled, able and forward-thinking.

The Flying Start Job Hunt doesn’t set out to replace the conventional careers advisory structures that are in place. In fact, those structures are an essential cornerstone for youth. But, Tim is qualified- with proven results, to offer young job hunters this fresh take on applying for those first roles.

At the end of the course students are able to fill out the downlaoable form and send it back to him for review. This is all part of the service that the Flying Start Progamme offers. This is about students getting a qulaity experience and one they can thank Tim for later in life.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is targeted at University Graduates but also school leavers.
  • This is not for exective level hires however we know from experience many would get a lot of of going back to the basics.
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Curriculum For This Course
Getting to know the Foundation Series- Flying Start Job Hunt Programe
2 Lectures 02:15

This will give you a bit of background to your graduate job hunt. It introduces the presenter and founder of Flying Start and sets you up for the rest of the course.

Preview 02:15

Download this workbook for your use during this course.

Flying Start workbook
7 pages
Do you know why you decided to be a.....?
2 Lectures 05:17

Do you know why you chose the career you did? It may seem obvious but when you are asked that by employers you need to have a story, a passion, a explanation as to why you wanted to start that career. This section will help you with this.

Preview 02:52

Some examples from recent graduates

What some students have to say

A recap of some key points from section one

Section one quiz
3 questions
Why did you choose to apply for that job in that industry?
2 Lectures 05:56

Can you explain why you want to work in a particular industry. Each industry is different so you need to explain to employers what it is that interested you. For example why apply to work as a graphic designer for Nike if you hate sports. OR Applying for a job as an accountant for Coke when you hate sugar drinks. Employers want to know you are passioniate about the industry they work in

Preview 03:18

Some examples from recent graduates

What some students had to say

A recap of some points from section two

Section two quiz
3 questions
So why should an employer give you the job?
2 Lectures 07:55

Knowing who you are and being self-aware is a powerful thing. Just because you don't have direct experience as a graduate doesn't mean to have no skills at all. If you are not sure why an employer should give you a job then how are they meant to be sure. Cut to the chase and matach your skills up to the job description.

Why should an employer hire you? What do you have to offer them?

Lets test you on some of the key points from section 3

Section three quiz
3 questions
What has happened in your life so far? How can this help you find a job?
2 Lectures 09:07
Knowing you past is very important. Employers want to know the real you and your past experiences help prove this. Your life experiences didn't all happen yesterday so start thinking about the ones that affected you most. What happened and how that changed you. Don't wait until meetings or interviews to try and think of these. Plan it out and be ready when people ask about your past.
How well can you recall your past life experiences?

What some students thought

Some important points from section four

Section four quiz
2 questions
Some information to take away with you
4 Lectures 00:00

Employers are spoilt for choice at the moment, supply and demand is working against you. The same old story often applies: “how can I get a job when I don’t have experience”

This document will help

What do employers want from a candidate? Some points to consider
1 page

We have put together a few key tips for you below; remember the more you put in, the more you are prepared!

Preview 1 page

Some example questions to ask employers
1 page

Another copy of the foundation series workbook
7 pages
Wrap up of foundation series
1 Lecture 01:11
About the Instructor
Timothy Carrington
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Tim Carrington, founder of the Flying Start Job Hunt programme isn’t a careers advisor, but Tim is a guy who has a presentation that helps students avoid missing the main prize: their first career job.

Tim was a good student himself who worked hard and was liked by people he came in contact with. Tim spent 6 months after university looking for jobs. He applied for numerous jobs; for some he got through to interview stage, others he didn’t even get a reply.

Tim realised he didn’t know what he didn’t know about the recruitment process. Fast forward 10 years and Tim has been working in HR in New Zealand and overseas with the likes of British global recruitment company HAYS and Los Angeles-based global market support corporation AECOM, prior to founding Carrington Recruitment in 2011.

Having overseen thousands of job interviews and scholarship applications in his HR roles, Tim has identified consistent errors in job seekers and their job applications and interviews. Coupling his experience in the in-house HR sector with his recruitment agency, Tim has developed a successful formula for job seekers.

Finding a graduate role should be very important to you. It is that final step in the process of all this hard work. But just as Tim thought over ten years ago- “how do you know what you don’t know. How do you know what to expect? How do you also compete with the hundreds of applications for each job?”

The Flying Start Job Hunt programme teaches you what you need to do to help make the decision hard for the employers. It gives you the best chance of employment.