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Job Interviews

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This page gives tips and ideas about how to be interviewed and interview other people. Watch the videos to give you more ideas.

 

Think about what questions you would ask if you had to choose someone to work for you.                                                                                                 

 

Read the CV, cover letter and job advert. Think of questions to find out more information for each of those documents.

 

Use open questions as much as possible: what, why, when, who, how and where.

 

Use situational questions so that the interviewee does a lot of talking and gives you detail. You need lots of good information to help you decide who to employ. Start situational questions with: Tell me about a time when . . . or Give me an example of when . . .

 

Now, change back to the person looking for a job. How would you answer the questions?

Interview Questions

 

 

 

Bayt.com offers a job seeking service. You can type your information into a CV. There are videos to watch to help you with many job-related issues.  http://www.youtube.com/bayttv#p/u/15/Zh3MX80PocQ 
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The assignment this week is to prepare questions and answers for an interview for the job that you sent the cover letter and CV.  You will practice this week and a schedule will be made for you to be an interviewer and interviewee during your lesson time next week.

Classwork this week:

Take notes at the interview workshop with Ms Sana - upload your notes to your personal development page.

Body Language - see also textbook pages 28-29

Interview questions - (1) watch the videos at the top of this page and take notes; (2) complete the tasks in the textbook pages 53-54

Interview answers - complete the tasks in the textbook page 55

First lesson - workshop with Miss Sana on interviews. Hand in a print of your signed cover letter and CV in an envelope.

Second lesson - HR Managers Workshop on questioning technique at interviews. Design questions to find out if applicants have the skills and knowledge listed on the job description. In groups, think of answers to those questions. Write questions to find out more about the CV and cover letter.

Homework: write questions for another job description to be used in role play interview practice in the next lesson.

Third lesson - identify good and unsuitable body language in interviews. Review open and closed questions. Practice walking in to an interview room, shaking hands, sitting down. Practice asking and answering questions. Schedule for interview assessment given today.

 

This website gives tips about how to be successful at job interviews, including body languague   http://yourlifeworks.ninemsn.com.au/article.aspx?id=609911

 

 

 

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