Interviews are about presenting yourself in a positive and confident manner and we have interview skills and tips to help you.
In our courses there are a number of interview techniques that you can apply to ensure that you do yourself justice and improve your interview skills to a level that will make you one of the strongest candidates. For some free interview skills and tips continue reading and we'll tell you 10 crucially importand interview skills and tips:
Spend time to know yourself
Research the job and your future employers
Keep your answers between 1.5 and 2 minutes
Structure your answers in 3 or 4 points maximum
Clearly headline each point in your answers
Expand on each point with your personal experience
Avoid announcing a structure upfront unless you are absolutely confident
Use active verbs and power words to describe yourself
When answering questions asking for examples, use the STAR framework
Behaviour and body language
We conduct mock interviews after the end of your course.
Resumes and application forms are two ways to provide employers with written evidence of your qualifications and skills.
There are many ways of organizing a good resume. Depending on the job, you should choose the format that best highlights your skills, training, and experience.
A resume must be very easy to read so that an employer can see at a glance who you are, where you can be reached, what kind of work you can do, and why you’re qualified for that kind of work.
A resume should be short, preferable one page typewritten. It must be error free. It includes honest, positive information that is related to your job goal. A good resume will open the door for an interview.
Self information. Completing a background and experience list will give you the self information required to prepare your resume.
If you’ve worked before, list your jobs. Next, write down the work duties for the jobs you’ve listed. Now, think about the skills or talents it took to do each work duty. Write them down.
List your hobbies, clubs you belong to, sports you’ve been involved in, church and school activities, and things that interest you. Look at the first item on your list. Think about the skills or talents it takes to do that item. Write them all down.
Look at the abilities (talents) identified on your background and experience list. You have talents that you use everyday. Now, find out what JOBS can use your talents.
Don’t limit yourself. The important thing is not the job title, but the skills and abilities of the job.
Job information. Gather specific information on the job you’re applying for. Here’s what you need:
Job duties (to match your skills to the skills needed to do the job). Get your job duties from the job announcement. If the job announcement or ad is vague, call the employer and ask for a description of job duties.
Education and experience required (again, so you can match your education and experience with that required for the job.
Hours and shifts usually worked.
Pay range (make their top offer the minimum acceptable.
Nouns, Verbs, Adverbs, Tenses, Idioms, Punctuations, Implementation of Grammar in sentence formation, Building Vocabulary., Installation and Configuration
Barriers of Communication, Speaking & Listening Effectively, Idioms, Phrases & Proverbs, Comprehension & Composition
Writing Skills ( Email, Business Correspondence), Reading Skills (focus on voice modulation), Extempore & Group Discussions, Smart English V/S Normal English, Testing & Evaluation
Diction Analysis, Pronunciation Power Guide, Introduction to Vowel & Consonants, Intonation Syllable Stress
Attitude Management, Killing Nervousness & Building Confidence, Body language & Dress Code, Role Play ( Real life Conversation- 30 )
Resume format,Personal Interview Techniques