Interview Skills – with live interview practise (online)

Interview Skills – with live interview practise (online)

Duration: 5 weeks
Start Date: To be confirmed
Day and time: Tuesday, 1-3pm
Course fees: FREE
Enrolment information: For information on how to apply, please call The Endeavour Centre on 01482 615 349

Course Aims

To prepare the learner by giving them the skills, knowledge and confidence in good interview techniques, to achieve employment.

Entry Requirements

There are no entry requirements but learners should have basic IT keyboard and searching skills.

How to apply

For information on how to apply, please call The Endeavour Centre on 01482 615 349

Course Content

You only have one opportunity to impress a potential new employer.  You need to be able to sell yourself with confidence.  This short course will give you the skills and knowledge to help you succeed when attending interviews.

The on-line course covers what you must do to be fully prepared for the interview, which will help with anxiety, including what you should and should not do when attending.

It will also prepare you for the different types of interviews, that you may be requested to attend, and how to follow up an interview.  It also includes looking at how to get the most out of video interviews, which is one of the most popular ways of interviewing at the moment.

You will develop strategies to answer/pose questions confidently at the interview.  The questions posed by a potential employer are often standard but, before attending the meeting, you should always prepare your own question to ask the interviewer. However, you will also discover that there are questions that an employer cannot ask.

Finally, if you wish, a mock video interview can be arranged for you toward the end of the course, to give you the experience of video interviewing and to practise your new interview skills.

Assessment Method

This course uses RARPA as its method of assessment.

RARPA stands for Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement which is the process of assessment for non-accredited learning. It is a means of validating the outcomes of programmes which do not result in qualifications. RARPA is a five stage process which measures and records learners’ progress, achievements and attendance.

Where can it lead?

We hope that these session will help you to succeed and feel  more confident when attending interviews

Adult Education offer a range of courses that are both vocational and non-vocational. You might also want to discover something for yourself that can develop your own skills and interests.

As a Hull Training and Adult Education learner you have access to our Careers Advice Service. Our advisers are on hand to guide you through options and support you to achieve your full potential.