Job Aid's trainer helped me learn how to succeed in securing the job interview. After applying for an advertised position for a designer shop manager via email, I hadn't heard back. By using Job Aid's unique technique, a job interview was secured. One week later I received a job offer and started the new job days later. Job Aid taught me how to stand out from the crowd and think outside the box.
After receiving training from Job Aid, I was able to get two interviews and two job offers! The first was for a part-time manager assistant with an art gallery. I submitted an online application, but hadn't heard back from them. My trainer at Job Aid gave me some instructions on what to do to get the employer's attention. I managed to secure a job interview. The interview didn't go too well, and I was told that there were hundreds of other candidate CVs that they had to go through. I asked Job Aid for advice and they helped me with the interview follow up. Days later I was offered the job!
I had two job interviews lined up for accounting management positions and asked for advice on how to prepare for them. My coach at Job Aid emailed me a two-paged PDF document on how to prepare for a job interview. I followed the guide and spent just a couple of hours preparing for the interviews. I was subsequently offered both jobs and was spoilt for choice!
I had some brief training on job interview preparation just before my interview for a tax consultant position in South London. They explained the importance of communicating how the employer would benefit from employing me. I was also taught the importance of asking several questions at the end of the interview, and ending the interview on a positive note! I never realised that selling yourself is crucial in job hunting as well as at the job interview and follow-up stages.