Maximum delegates: 12
Duration: 1 day
Who is this course for:
This course is for firms about to make staff redundant and want to give them the best chance of finding new employment. It is especially useful for staff who have been with you for a long time so are out of touch with the job market.
This can be a group course or one-to-one coaching.
Why attend this course:
Being made redundant is often a huge shock to employees and can take a few days to sink in. Then the fear sets in as they’ve been out of the job market for so long that they don’t even know where to begin. Technologies and trends change so fast that it’s difficult to keep up-to-date with what employers are looking for, how to apply for jobs and where to look for them. If you have been made recently redundant then you might now be at the stage where you are thinking about your next steps and would like some help of where to begin and how to progress. You may even like to reconsider your career options if you think that you would like to try something new.
• Turn redundancy into an opportunity
• Discover what your options are
• Improve your chances of getting a job
• Use networks to find a job effortlessly
• Gain practical interview skills
• Get ahead of your competition
In this course you will look at the choices you have and what you really want to do next. You will then learn a myriad of highly practical skills. You will find out how to look and apply for a job in this highly competitive market. You will discover how to overcome the most common mistakes people make on CVs, how to create a striking CV and a great accompanying covering letter as well as how to use speculative letters to your advantage. You will learn how to utilise your network and uncover the unadvertised job market. For interviews, you will discover how to leave a lasting impression on the interviewer by creating a great first impression and building rapport quickly. You will learn how to handle interview questions, what questions you can ask and what to do next.
“Success seems to be connected with action. Successful people keep moving”
Conrad Hilton, Hotelier