On the threshold of a career, landing your first job or considering a change can all depend on how you have presented yourself on paper. Much before the interview
your CV precedes you into the prospective employer’s presence. Will it make it to the file or to the OUT tray? This discussion will help participants to focus on
understanding and presenting their areas of strength through their CVs, helping them to learn how to approach the job market.
After this workshop, you will have
Learnt to use tools to discover your skills and strengths
Match your skills and preferences with the jobs available
Learn to write a CV that will be noticed
Learn to write a focussed covering letter
The programme will guide participants through the following.
Researching yourself – what do you want to do?
Characteristics of a good CV
Structure of a CV
Writing your career objective statement
CV – dos and don’ts
Helpful words in writing a CV
Words that can impress in a CV
Words to be avoided in a CV
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The following would be covered:
- Develop a sense of purpose
- Career Cluster
- Career Personality (Branding, Model)
- Career Direction
- Career Decisions (Branding, Model)
- Career Success Strategy
- Career Development Plan (Branding, Model)
Research the industry and company.
Clarify your "selling points" and the reasons you want the job.
Anticipate the interviewer's concerns and reservations.
Prepare for common interview questions.
Line up your questions for the interviewer.
Score a success in the first five minutes.
Get on the same side as the interviewer.
Make the most of the "Tell me about yourself" question.
Speak the right body language.
Be ready for "behavior-based" interviews.