Selection & Recruitment TrainingInterview Skills and CV Writing Course

This interview and CV writing training course is designed to provide delegates with the most up to date techniques and skills in CV preparation, interviewing techniques and self-marketing strategies.

What will I learn

The current outline for this interview skills and CV writing training course enables you to:

  • To prepare a plan of action to get you moving in the right direction
  • To guide you in writing attention-grabbing CV’s
  • To develop a personal marketing strategy
  • To prepare effectively for an interview
  • To raise awareness of the impression you make and how to change it
  • To look at different sorts of questions and how to deal with them
  • To manage your stress levels and think positive
  • To have someone to one time with trainer to discuss individual issues

Course OutlineInterview skills and CV Writing

During this interview skills and CV writing training course, you will learn about:

  • CV’s
  • Templates
  • Producing a range of CV’s
  • Tips
  • Review and Feedback
  • Filling out application forms and format of letters
  • Developing a personal marketing strategy
  • Recruitment agencies
  • Networking and using your contacts


  • Understanding your skill set

Questionnaire and coaching discussion

  • Role identification
  • Broadening your outlook
  • Interviewing tips
  • What competency based interviews are

The latest techniques

Selling yourself

  • Stress management

Confidence building

Self-esteem tips

Positive thinking

  • Basic advice on self-employment
  • General advice and support

Run In House In-house Courses – £949 per day

Duration: This course is delivered over: 1 day

*All prices are excluding travel charged at 45 pence per mile.

Contact us now and talk to one of our advisers to ask any question you may have about our training.

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