Job Interview Skills Elearning
You are applying for a job. You need to prepare for the job interview. You need to develop the right job interview skills. What should you do?
Everything you Need in One Job Interview Skills Course
This is a completely interactive course. You will follow through the process of preparing for an interview and produce live documents which you can save or email to yourself for later use.
The Job Interview Skills course is split into 5 modules which will help you manage different aspects of developing your job interview skills.
You will take about 4 hours to complete all five modules, not including research work you may need to do along the way.
Module 1 – What do I want to do?
You will start by identifying how you want the job you do to help you achieve your life goals.
Even though this may not appear to be important to you, if you ignore the relationship of your job with the rest of your life you may end up unhappy at work and consequently affected by that at home.
Objective: By the end of this module you will be able to use a range of tools to analyse and identify your key strengths, skills and values.
Module 2 – My key achievements
You will have an opportunity in the job interview to show your interviewers how you can add value to the job. You will do this my telling them about what you have achieved in the past.
In this module you will identify your key achievements.
Objectives: By the end of this module you will be able to identify your key achievements and write three achievements using the achievements model.
Module 3 – Preparing for the job interview
What should you focus on during the interview? How do you know you have prepared the right information?
This module looks at the main areas you need to focus on.
Objectives: By the end of this module you will be able to prepare for a job interview using the job description and person specification and also prepare for the testing methods for essential criteria on the person specification.
Module 4 – The job interview
Be ready to show the interviewers what you are capable of.
Make a positive impression from the beginning and then answer their questions with confidence.
Have questions you prepared earlier to ask them at the end of the interview.
Objectives: By the end of this module you will be able to prepare for a job interview using STAR, make a good first impression with your presentation and body language, answer behavioural interview questions effectively,ask effective and relevant questions at the end of the interview and leave the interview looking and feeling confident.
Module 5 – Assessment centres
With some interviews you will be asked to attend an Assessment Centre.
This module will introduce you to a typical assessment centre and look at what you might be asked to do.
Objectives: By the end of this module you will be able to identify the core activities likely to form part of an assessment centre and prepare for a range of activities within an assessment centre.
Job Interview Skills Videos
The videos used within the course are based within Barton International. The course follows a number of different people being interviewed for jobs within the organisation.
You can view a sample of the videos here: