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Get that job

Who
All job seekers

What

Resume, cover letter and interview skills training

About this Event

In this training, I will give you the tools to be self-sufficient and confident in applying for your next role. Do you want to know:
  • how to create a killer cover letter
  • what hiring managers and recruiters are looking for in the job application
  • how to reduce anxiety before an interview
  • what questions could be asked?
Or would you just like to feel prepared? The session will cover:
  • what to include in your resume (and what not to include)
  • how to create a cover letter that highlights your strengths
  • how to respond to application questions
  • tips to reduce interview anxiety
  • choosing your referees and the questions they get asked
  • optional extras to help you stand out (even more) from the crowd.
Attendees will also receive a digital eBook after the event that outlines the tips shared in the session along with extra tools and resources to help increase your chance of success. 🌟 Due to COVID, this training is currently $55 off 🌟 About Nicole I have been a hiring manager and an interview panel member for dozens of roles over the past 17 years in the private and public sector. I bring it all together in a simple, easy to understand format giving you the tools you need to be self sufficient and avoid the mistakes that can get you overlooked. This is not a guarantee that you will get that job, however it will set you up in the best possible position that I can provide using my 17+ years of experience. Take luck out of the equation and get insights from behind the desk.

Where
Virtual event

When
Date: Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Time: 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Timezone: UTC+11 (check your local time here)

How
Registration required? Yes

Cost: $44

Full event details: Get that job

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