Online lessons for a Job Interview in English with a qualified British teacher
A job interview may make the best professionals nervous, even in their native language. If you are feeling stressed before a job interview or don’t know what to expect from an interview in English, our online Job Interview Preparation English lessons are just for you. You will learn how to communicate in English with confidence, improve your vocabulary and grammar, and, most importantly, have mock interviews (role-plays) with a qualified British teacher.
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Preparing for your job interview could very well be one of the most important moments of your career. Landing the perfect job can be a challenge, but with the determination and passion you will need to begin a successful career, you can easily overcome this challenge, and bring a lot of valuable experience with you to the next interview if you don’t get the job.
Just a little preparation and thought ahead of time can have wondrous effects on your interviewing skills. This course will go over the issues and provide an in-depth analysis of the interviewing process. With some independent practice, this Job Interview in English course can help you prepare successfully for any job interview!
Online lessons for a Job Interview in English: course outcomes
By the end of the course you will be able to:
– Confidently talk about your qualifications and experiences
– Know common interview questions and how to answer them
– Use a range of grammatical structures to communicate your views successfully
English Online lessons for a Job Interview preparation: sample syllabus
Editing / Proofreading your CV
What employers want
Interview practice: role-plays
Discussing a job offer
Industry specific vocabulary
Questions to ask the employer
Common Interview Questions
What Employers Want
Attitude and Effort
Closing the Interview
Thank You Notes