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How to get hired: A masterclass
Impressing a prospective employer in a competitive job market is paramount. So how can you stop your application from ending up on the reject pile?
In this Guardian masterclass, career coach Corinne Mills will teach you how to write relevant and compelling CVs, LinkedIn profiles and job applications, to make sure you will be among the shortlisted candidates. It will also show you how to impress an interview panel and make it easy for them to hire you.
This workshop is ideal for anyone who wants to maximise their chances of job hunting success, whether you are relatively new to the job search or have been looking for a while.
You’ll learn how to:
- Decode job adverts to present yourself as a suitable candidate
- Choose the right tone to showcase your skills in a positive and authentic way
- Devise a CV that will maximise your chances of being shortlisted
- Use LinkedIn as an invaluable career marketing tool
- Answer tricky questions to impress an interview panel
- Avoid the self-sabotaging mistakes that affect over 90% of candidates
- Overcome common career challenges, such as career gaps, limited experience, etc
About Corinne Mills
Corinne Mills is a highly experienced career coach and joint Managing Director of Personal Career Management. She has helped thousands of individuals with a wide array of career challenges to achieve their career goals. She’s also the author of the UK’s bestselling CV book You’re Hired! How to write a brilliant CV, and Career Coach. Corinne works with the Guardian regularly as a career expert, writing articles and appearing on our Guardian Careers panels. She also writes and comments for other national media including the BBC News, Radio 4, Sky, ITV.
Date: Saturday 26 January 2019
Times: Afternoon course, 2pm-5pm
Location: The Guardian, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9GU
Price: £99 plus £5.11 booking fee
Complimentary lunch and refreshments included.
To book your place please make your payment via Eventbrite.
Additional details of the event can be found on the Guardian website.