Dynamic Interview Technique

Dynamic Interview Technique

This course is currently online only!

Afro Caribbbean women Taking Note

 Being unemployed is never easy. We all know how hard it is sending out letter after letter and CV after CV and getting no response, but what happens when you are invited in for an interview? Are you relaxed,  confident, secure in how you will answer questions? Or are you overly nervous or self conscious? Do you speak too quickly or not not sure what to say, do you fidget? We'll teach you how to appear more confident which means half the battle is won.

 

THE AIM

Is to help unemployed people or those wanting to change career have the tools to be the successful candidate that passes the interview. Improve interview Skills, confidence, self-esteem and motivation.

 

Course content

  • How to market your skills successfully

  • Practise answering those tough questions

  • Hearing the subtext

  • Understanding your body language and what it is saying to the Interviewer

  • Voice work (how to project with clarity)

  • Building Confidence

  • Interview etiquette

  • Dealing with a camera

  • Nerves 

 

The course is normally run in groups of no more than 12 people. You will participate in mock interviews, role play games and confidence building exercises. We will help you to understand how you are presenting yourself to the rest of the world and what your unique selling points are, and how they can help you get the job.

 

Length

5x 2hrs sessions over 5 weeks. Individual sessions vary in length.
 

Cost

£200

Discounts available for Students and Unemployed please enquire.

Email: info.creativeawakenings@gmail.com for payment info.

 

I really liked the video course it is finally very easy to use and very comfortable and saves time. I can't be enough grateful for what you teach us and especially the way you did it. You are just both a great confidence and self-esteem booster.

You can make people feel very positive and optimistic about themselves and about their future. And this affects directly not only our approaches towards future job interviews but our general every day life too.

 

Thanks again for both of you. 

Zineb Yasmine Lahreche