In today’s job market, you will likely need to go through some type of interview in order to secure a job. An interview is a meeting between an employer and a job applicant. Interview skills training will help you understand today’s job market and develop skills needed to crack interviews.That meeting may take place in person, over the telephone or via video conferencing. The atmosphere may be very formal or fairly casual. It may involve just you and the employer or you and a group of people or panel. Regardless, your interview serves a distinct purpose for both you and your potential employer.

The hiring manager uses the interview to assess your qualifications and determine if you are the best candidate for the job.

The employer asks questions to see how well you understand the industry and the position and to determine if you are able to perform the job duties. In addition, they are trying to decide whether you will fit well with the culture of the organization. If you don't meet every job qualification, but you present yourself well in an interview, there is a good possibility that you could be chosen over candidates with similar or better qualifications who don't communicate as well.

The employer asks questions to see how well you understand the industry and the position and to determine if you are able to perform the job duties. In addition, they are trying to decide whether you will fit well with the culture of the organization. If you don't meet every job qualification, but you present yourself well in an interview, there is a good possibility that you could be chosen over candidates with similar or better qualifications who don't communicate as well.

The hiring manager uses the interview to assess your qualifications and determine if you are the best candidate for the job.

The job interview is your chance to find out if the company and the job are a good match for you. Ask questions of your own to learn more about the company and the position itself. Use this time to decide whether the job, the direction of the company, and the developments within the industry will maintain your interest and use your unique skills and abilities. Your questions should help you determine if the work atmosphere is one in which you work well and one which you will enjoy.

Interview Skills Course Outline

  • Interview Skills Training  Course - Lesson 1: Types of Interview
    • Introduction
    • Interviews
    • Types of Interviews
    • The Interview Process
  • Interview Skills Training  Course - Lesson 2: What to prepare before an Interview
    • Introduction
    • Research the Company
    • Deciding What to Wear to Your Interview
    • Inappropriate and Risky Interview Dress
    • What to Take or Not Take with You to an Interview
    • Practice Answering Questions
    • The STAR Method for Answering Questions
    • Preparing Your Own Questions to Ask
  • Interview Skills Training Course - Lesson 3: What to do during an interview
    • Introduction
    • Business Etiquette
    • The Tone of Your Voice
    • Body Language
    • Answering Questions Well
  • Interview Skills Training Course - Lesson 4: How to be in any interview
    • Dressing Style
    • Folders
    • Resumes
  • Interview Skills Training Course - Lesson 4: Following up after an interview
    • Introduction
    • Reflecting on Your Interview
    • Following Up with a Thank You
    • Evaluating the Job Offer
    • Accepting or Declining the Offer

 

2 Days of Training
6 Hours of Training Daily
English


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The program was really very interactive

Vikas Narian
Bhavani NIketan Engineering College Jaipur

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