This is the ultimate job seekers course, self-pacedand designed to help you stand out from the job seeking crowd in only 10 hours of study!
If you’ve agonised over how to structure your CV, what to say at interview or even where to look for vacancies, this is the course for you!
Go Get That Job is aimed at those who wish to prepare for getting into the jobs market, either as a returner or for the first time and also at people who want a career change.
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How Our Job Seekers Course Works.
This is a self-paced course, requiring attendance at either our London Notting Hill, London Holborn or Croydon training centres.
You attend at hours to suit you during our long opening hours:
Monday-Thursday, 09:00-20:00; Fridays, 09:00-16:30, Saturdays, 10:00-16:00
You study at the pace that suits you best and you have up to 3 months to complete your studies.
At the end of your studies, you’ll take a short exam and will receive a handsome, nationally recognised Pitman Training certificate in acknowledgement of your efforts.
What Is Covered.
• Module One: Meeting the case study candidates, identifying your ideal job, defining your skills and interests, identifying your qualities, recognising your achievements, e-mail addresses and other internet issues, completing your paperwork,
• Module Two: Identifying what to include in a CV, recognising a chronological CV and its purpose, recognising a functional CV and its purpose, identifying which type of CV suits your needs, recording contact details on a CV, recording your career history, recording your education and qualifications, describing your achievements, writing a personal statement, identifying key skills and qualities, preparing and presenting your CV
• Module Three: Searching for jobs using the internet, analysing job advertisements identifying information you need to research, targeting your CV, completing a paper application form, answering competency-based questions, completing an application form online, cover letters e-mailing a job application, creative job hunting, gaining appropriate skills,
• Module Four: Receiving a telephone invite to interview, replying to an invite to interview, matching your skills to the job requirements, frequently asked questions, effective answers, asking your own questions, different types of interview, handling a telephone interview, dressing for an interview, making a good impression, body language, evaluating the interview, writing a thank-you letter, handling second interviews, using your Pitman Folder.
Make Your Recruitment Agency to Work Harder for You!
Have you ever had that feeling that your recruitment agency is not working hard enough for you to get that job? That’s a common misunderstanding which everybody has while job hunting. Remember, agencies are hungry for good candidates. They love candidates who make them money!
So here is the question: how do you make them work even harder for you? Shilpa Wymer – Principal at Pitman Training London lists 7 tips in a document called How To Help Your Recruitment Agency Work Harder For You.