What to do before applying to a new job.

How not to make a bad application | taught by Clare Reed

Course description

Ever wondered why you didn't get called to an interview? What went wrong? Why can't they see your potential? This short informative course will guide you through the application stage so you don't repeat any bad mistakes that could cost you your next move. I will unveil the mysteries of why your CV could go to the reject pile, why you aren't making the right first impression and why you have to polish up your online presence before hitting the 'apply here' button. Recruitment is fast changing and I am training the people responsible for the hiring process, if you want to know what is in their head when screening your application then take this short course in 'what to before you apply for a new job' and get your next move off to a flying start.

Clare Reed
Clare Reed
Global Interview Expert

I am an international corporate interviewer and interview coach.  And have over 20 years’ experience of interviewing candidates in five different countries, for all types of positions and levels. 

I was Head of Recruitment at Deloitte and KPMG. And I worked in recruitment management roles at Intel, Optus and some SME’s. I also ran a successful Executive Search firm for 6 years, And have helped thousands of people get hired, from all around the world.

My interview coaching consultancy has been ongoing for more than 12 years.  In my interview coaching I have coached thousands of people globally. I enable my clients to reach their full potential in interview and give them the best chance of getting the job offer.

Course Curriculum

Introduction to 'What to do Before Applying to a Job'
01:18
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Step 1 Are you right for the role?
02:18
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Step 2 Polish Up Your Social Media
08:46
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Reviews (1)

Getting it right

by Maureen Mullen
I always struggle when confronted with an interview, staying put has always been the easiest option given a choice but having moved to different part of the country I found I needed to brush up on any interview skills I have, attending interviews and getting knocked back isn't really that encouraging. as I was still not confident in this area plus not getting any younger and the workforce these days looks even more full of young proficient people than it ever did, I decided to give Interview Ready a look after looking for tips on the internet.  To begin with, I believed that as I was older and had experience then that would see me through.  How wrong. I took this course, and must say it did switch quite a few light bulbs on with the way I have been approaching interviews, it's helped so much and can't recommend it enough. I beat the interview and am now a fully fledged employee in a brand new company, and loving every moment in this new chapter of my life.

Getting it right

by Maureen Mullen
I always struggle when confronted with an interview, staying put has always been the easiest option given a choice but having moved to different part of the country I found I needed to brush up on any interview skills I have, attending interviews and getting knocked back isn't really that encouraging. as I was still not confident in this area plus not getting any younger and the workforce these days looks even more full of young proficient people than it ever did, I decided to give Interview Ready a look after looking for tips on the internet.  To begin with, I believed that as I was older and had experience then that would see me through.  How wrong. I took this course, and must say it did switch quite a few light bulbs on with the way I have been approaching interviews, it's helped so much and can't recommend it enough. I beat the interview and am now a fully fledged employee in a brand new company, and loving every moment in this new chapter of my life.