Master your Interview skills using our well framed Training program which includes,
- Understanding on Interview Dynamics
- Handling on Interview Questions
- Body Language
- Mock Interview
Every year, thousands of fresh graduates get frustrated searching for a job. Many graduates, while well versed in their own subjects, may not even get their first foot in the door when it comes to job hunting because of their lack of preparedness. Some graduates assume that appearing for an interview doesn’t require any preparation and underestimate its importance, consequently failing to make an impression on the employer.
The main objective of the Interview Skills training is to equip teach students, graduates and job seekers with knowledge and techniques to effectively tackle the interview process, and leave a positive impression with your prospective employer by reinforcing your strength, experience and appropriateness for the job in question.
What is an interview?
An interview is a conversation with a purpose – for an employer to assess the candidate and for a job seeker to convince the employers. The interview enables the employer to learn about you, your personality, social skills and general abilities, potential and whether you will fit in the organization.
For you, the interview enables you to learn more about the organization, the position, and the people within the organization. Before you go to an interview, you need to prepare thoroughly. You can succeed in interview only if you have prepared!.
The Interview Skills Training aims at preparing you to apply for job and face interview. The module guides you about ways to highlight your achievements and contributions to prove your value added worth to prospective employers. .
First, you will learn about the principles of competency-based management and the challenges of selection. Then, you will focus on preparing for interview. You will examine the different stages of interview: the opening, the exchange of information, the closing, and the follow up. Finally you will look at ways to present yourself professionally through dress code and behavior
Upon completion of the Interview Skills training, you will be able to:
Anticipate interview questions according to job requirement
Practice interview skills either as an observer, an interviewer, or an interviewee
Use mock situations to develop awareness on interviewing techniques to prepare for future interviews.
An interview is a conversation with a purpose. The interview enables the employer to learn about you, your personality, social skills, general abilities, potential, and whether you fit in the organization The.
The resume and/or the covering letter submitted prior to the interview contain relevant facts and information about your education, experience and other achievements. The interviewer may seek to verify these during the interview. They want concrete examples of how and when you have used the skills listed in your resume.
The interview enables you to learn more about the organization, the position and the people within the organization. Before you go to an interview, you must prepare thoroughly. You can succeed in interview only if you have prepared well!
The interview is the only chance to present yourself to your potential employer. You have very limited time for them to get to know you, understand what you can do, and be convinced you are the most suitable candidate.
In order to be successful in interviews, you have to be prepared extensively. You have to understand the position and then make sure your profile corresponds to the requirements. After you gain solid understanding of the position, you need to be well prepared to answer the questions the interviewers are likely to ask you.
Once you have gathered enough information about the company, the job, and how you fit, you need to prepare for the interview questions. In interview session, you must communicate your skills and experience to the employer.
Think: Why do certain people succeed in their interviews and others do not?
There are two probable reasons for their failure.
- Not applying to the right job
- Not effectively communicating their value to a prospective employer
To assess your value for the company, recruiter may ask you questions that aim at:
- Putting you at ease and assessing your general presentation
- Revealing if you have the required skills and experience
- Highlighting your values and how you work best
Answering questions is not the only way to present who you are. The way you sit, the way you talk, the way you behave will influence how they judge you.
As with every skill you’ve ever learned, you have to learn the technique and then practice, practice, practice. A mock interview will not only help you perfect your technique, but it will also allow you to get valuable feedback and coaching on your performance.
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