About the Course
Job interviews can shake the nerves of even the most confident of English speakers, whether you’re a native or non-native speaker. I have created a course that prepares you to successfully handle a job interview in English with confidence. As you work through it, you’ll learn new vocabulary and have access to vocabulary study resources and material to help you expertly use the new words and expressions presented in the course.
You’ll learn how to write letters related to job interviews as well. Your job search isn’t complete without writing at least one of the types of letters you’ll learn about in this course. So much communication around job interviews actually takes place outside of the office where you interview. Scheduling the interview, job offers, follow-up questions, negotiations, offer refusals, and more often occur in writing. Knowing how to structure and the words and expressions to use in these letters is critical to having an overall successful interview process.
Why This Course
Common Interview Questions
I'll show you how to answer some of the most common interview questions and how to formulate (create) your own answers and why it's so important to NOT memorize your answers word-for-word. Many students make the mistake of writing out their answers to common interview questions and then trying to memorize them in their entirety. This isn't a good idea!
You'll learn about cultural considerations related to job interviews, such as what NOT to say in an interview, details about what to wear and not to wear, how to shake hands, and the importance of eye contact. These cultural considerations are vital to communicating that you are the perfect person for the job. Without them, you may seem to be a different type of person and worker than you really are in the eyes of the job interview.
Job Interview For Language Learners
I am here with you throughout the course, so if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to send me a message. I'll be happy to respond.