I have an interview Weds and have been told the first 5 mins of the formal interview will be a presentation on my vision for the department (it's a head of curriculum role). Despite being a drama specialist, I am rubbish at presentations and always seem to fall apart. I have had some advice from colleague who tell me my worst bit it the first two mins and once I relax I am fine and natural with it. I tend to worry so much about what I say that when I am asked questions after I feel unprepared for them too. I really need this job and although I don't want to get my hopes up because I didn't get another job I recently went for and that knocked my confidence, I want to ensure I am as prepared as I can be. I also don't know whether I will have access to powerpoint or anything so am going with a paper an pen approach and plan to list key points in bullets point form and do a copy for each interviewer. Any advice or suggestions greatly appreciated. Any advice about the actual interview also appreciated. By the way, I already do a head of curriculum role so know I am qualified for the job but this job is less of a commute, hence really needing/wanting it, so I need to make them believe I am capable. I have said on my application that I am looking to focus in on my subject more as I currently line manage my area and one other and feel I can't focus on my subject area as much as I'd like, which is true but it's also about location.