Module 2: The Online Job Interview
The objective of this Online Job Interview is to prepare for your job interview and play your role as an interviewee. After you produced your job application including a cover letter and a tailored CV you will master your interview.
You will engage role plays to experience yourself in different roles in an interview. You will present yourself authentically and professionally and receive feedback from online interview partners and observers.
Introductory session (compulsory) 23rd June 2020 from 5:30 -6:00 p.m.
The access data will be sent to the participants by e-mail in advance.
The trainer/coach will introduce you to available resources and explain the procedure for the individual Online Job Interview on 4th July 2020. The matching process of the role play partners will be initiated.
Your Preparation for the Online Job Interview
You will need to prepare a cover letter (CL) and a CV (digital documents) geared to a real job offer for this seminar. It is necessary to provide the digital the job advertisement on which you based the cover letter and the CV. Some information on the company would be helpful to prepare your student colleagues for your interview.
Online resources to prepare for the interview will be accessible. Key issues are:
- Structure of a job interview, different type of interviews
- How to make a good impression!
- The different perspectives: What do ?they? want to find out and what do you want to know?
- Frequently asked questions, their background and your answer
- Body language
- Do?s & don?ts in an interview
Date and Location of Seminar
Saturday: 4th July 2020
Elke Mätschke, Consultant and Coach with the emphasis on Career Planning, Mentoring and Training
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