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TES Weekend Workshop - Interview Coaching - Saturday 10th March

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by TES_Careers, Feb 27, 2012.

  1. Always the runner-up and never the winner?
    Many an excellent school leader or classroom teacher just does not do him or herself justice in interview situations, and so, time after time, is the runner-up in job interviews. How can you improve your performance in stressful interview situations, showcase your skills and experience, give a thoroughly professional impression and persuade the panel that it is in their interest to appoint you?
    The TES interview technique workshop on Saturday 10th March, 2012 offers a half-day (2.5 hours) session, as part of a small group, with an experienced education interviewer to help you prepare for an important interview, increase your chances of being offered the position, improve your self-confidence and facilitate mock interviews and feedback.
    For more information and to register please visit: www.tesweekendworkshop94.eventbrite.com or contact advice@tes.co.uk


     
  2. Always the runner-up and never the winner?
    Many an excellent school leader or classroom teacher just does not do him or herself justice in interview situations, and so, time after time, is the runner-up in job interviews. How can you improve your performance in stressful interview situations, showcase your skills and experience, give a thoroughly professional impression and persuade the panel that it is in their interest to appoint you?
    The TES interview technique workshop on Saturday 10th March, 2012 offers a half-day (2.5 hours) session, as part of a small group, with an experienced education interviewer to help you prepare for an important interview, increase your chances of being offered the position, improve your self-confidence and facilitate mock interviews and feedback.
    For more information and to register please visit: www.tesweekendworkshop94.eventbrite.com or contact advice@tes.co.uk


     

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