Interview Skills Professional Diploma

Interview Skills Professional Diploma

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Getting Your Job Search Started

Getting Your Job Search Started
 

Course-Objectives-text

Course over view
While looking for work can be an exciting time, it can also involve fear and discomfort about change and the unknown. Whether you are already in the midst of a job search or just thinking about it, this workshop will help you to determine what your skill set is made up of, the kind of work that is important and realistic to include in your search, and how to get started.
Today’s job market is not the same as it was even five years ago. Knowing where to go, who to talk to, and the opportunities that are available will help to shift you from someone who dreams about having a job, to someone who has the job they always wanted
Course objective
Describe their skills, values, and beliefs about work and looking for opportunities.
Demonstrate and understanding for the types of work available and where to go for more information.
Recognize the differences and benefits available through career coaches, counselors, and mentors.
Apply different approaches to job searching, such as networking and tapping into the hidden job market.
 
Course-Class-Duration-text
1 Day Training
 
Course-outline
Course Modules
Module 1: Change and Transitions
Module 2: The Important Stuff
Module 3: Skill and Ability
Module 4: Vocation and Strategy
Module 5: Resources
Module 6: The Job Market
Module 7: Invite Your Network
Module 8: Ready, Set, Goal!
Module 9: Thinking Unconventionally to Get What You Want
Module 10: Getting Things Moving
Module 11: Workshop Wrap-Up

Hiring for Success: Behavioral Interviewing Techniques

Hiring for Success: Behavioral Interviewing Techniques
 
 
Course-Objectives-text
Course over view
Interviewing sounds easy enough: you arrange for a conversation between you and potential candidates, and then select the best person for a particular position. But what if you could refine the process in such a way that you were confident that you are selecting the right person? How do you separate the good from the great, when they have similar work experience and strengths to offer? This workshop will give you the skills and tools to hire successful candidates.
Course objective
Recognize the costs incurred by an organization when a wrong hiring decision is made.
Develop a fair and consistent interviewing process for selecting employees.
Prepare better job advertisements and use a variety of markets.
Be able to develop a job analysis and position profile.
Use traditional, behavioral, achievement oriented, holistic, and situational (critical incident) interview questions.
Enhance communication skills that are essential for a skilled recruiter.
Effectively interview difficult applicants.
Check references more effectively.
Understand the basic employment and human rights laws that can affect the hiring process.
Course-Class-Duration-text
1 Day Training
 
Course-outline
Course Modules
Module 1: History of the Interviewing Process
Module 2: The Recruitment and Selection Process
Module 3: Factors in the Hiring Process
Module 4: Cost Analysis
Module 5: Job Analysis and Position Profiles
Module 6: Determining the Skills You Need
Module 7: Finding Candidates
Module 8: Advertising Guidelines
Module 9: Screening Resumes
Module 10: Performance Assessments
Module 11: Problems Recruiters Face
Module 12: Interviewing Barriers
Module 13: Non-Verbal Communication
Module 14: Types of Questions
Module 15: Traditional vs. Behavior Interviews
Module 16: Other Types of Questions
Module 17: The Critical Incident Technique
Module 18: Listening for Answers
Module 19: Difficult Applicants
Module 20: Interview Preparation and Format
Module 21: Other Interview Techniques
Module 22: Scoring Responses
Module 23: Checking References
Module 24: Human Rights
Module 25: Skill Application
Module 26: Pre-Assignment Review

Mastering the Interview

Mastering the Interview

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Course over view                
The interview is one of the key elements of the job search process. As with any skill, we can get better at it with preparation and practice. In this workshop, participants will explore how to prepare for an interview and become familiar with the types of questions to expect, as well as the questions they should think about asking. They will learn how to prepare for second interviews, testing, and shadowing, as well as how to follow up on their interview sessions.  
 
Course Objectives
Understand the different types of interview questions and how to prepare to answer them.
Apply the most effective ways to prepare for an interview, including how to present themselves professionally.
Express themselves effectively.
Know how to ask for feedback following an interview.
Course-Class-Duration-text
1 Day Training
 
Course-outline
Course Modules
Module 1: Understanding the Interview
Module 2: Types of Questions
Module 3: Getting Ready
Module 4: Live and in Person
Module 5: Following up the Interview
Module 6: Common Problems and Solutions
Module 7: Phase Two
Module 8: Practice Makes Perfect
Module 9: Sealing the Deal
Module 10: Getting What You’re Worth
Module 11: Workshop Wrap-Up
 

 
 
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