Practical Tips for Your Job Search - Online Workshop
Job candidates make avoidable mistakes at all points in the job search, and sometimes those mistakes keep them from getting the job. At times like this, when many people are looking for jobs, your resume or CV and motivational letter must be on-point and error-free to stand out from others.
When you interview, you must be well-prepared for answering typical interview questions and knowledgeable about the organization. If you are interviewing for an English-speaking job as a non-native speaker, you need to use correct vocabulary and grammar. In this webinar, we’ll discuss some of the most common and preventable mistakes, while providing you with tactics to improve your written materials.
What we will cover during the session:
• CVs and motivational letters—what should you include and mistakes to avoid
• Interviewing—some of the most common questions and how to answer them
• Interviewing in English—common errors in vocabulary and grammar to avoid
Mary Ellen Brennan, human resource consultant and executive coach. Protected content
Brendan Sliger, certified Business English Teacher with training experience at major international companies.
Mary Ellen and Brendan have over 30 years’ combined experience recruiting and can tell you what you need to know from the vantage point of a recruiter.
You can send them your CV or motivational letter in advance for possible feedback during the session to Protected content .
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