This program is designed to help individuals prepare for entry into the workplace. The program will cover various topics that are essential for a smooth transition and will assist with resume/ CV writing, interview skills and best practices of business etiquette. The program will begin by covering the essentials of successful resumes and provide the audience with tips and tricks to support a resume with a cover letter and in an interview. The program will allow participants to get acquainted with proper interview etiquette and end with general presentation illustrating business etiquette in the workplace.
This program is intended for individuals transitioning into the workplace, or for individuals who are looking to sharpen their knowledge regarding best practices required for workplace professionals.
Module one "Resume Writing"
Creating an effective resume or improving the one you already have is essential to get noticed in a pool of applications. This course is designed to help participants learn how they can transform their resume into a powerful tool that is more likely to land them an interview. This course will begin by addressing the difference between a resume and a curriculum vitae (CV), and move to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each document. This course will also highlight the advantages of writing a powerful employment objective, and what to include on a successful employment application.
Detailed course outline:
Unit I – Using your resume as a tool rather than a document
How employers use resumes
The elimination process
Avoiding generic resumes
Researching your audience
Unit II- The best format to use!
Recognize the difference between a resume and a CV
When you should use a functional resume versus a chronological resume
Identifying a proper format and providing the required content
Write a basic resume
Unit III – Making an impact
Writing powerful objective statements
Watch your language
Lack of preparation for interviews can leave an applicant feeling nervous, unqualified and most damaging of all, can make you lose an opportunity. Presenting your credentials in an interview is a skill that comes with preparation and practice. This course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge required to have their best interview yet! This course will teach participants ways to answer difficult questions and address common questions with confidence and ease.
Detailed course outline
Unit I Preparation
Know yourself, your resume/ CV & your portfolio
Find out what they are looking for
Spend time looking at key questions & how to answer them
Role-play & mock interview
Unit II The interview
Coping with nervousness
Dress the part
Watch what you say
Watch your tone.
Watch the non-verbal communication
Provide them with references
Be zealous but not aggressive
End the interview with appreciation
Unit III Post interview follow up
Follow up communication
Thank them for the opportunity
Your image is your brand! Learning how to create a professional business image and practicing business etiquette is key to a successful career. This curse is designed to teach participants the best way to create and maintain a professional image, follow office etiquette, and maintain positive office relationships.
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