Tesco : insight to CV Tips and Interview Skills - 1.5 hr workshop
all YEAR 10 -13 Students….
Are you unsure of how to put a CV together? Do you know what makes a great interview?
We welcome all students to this mini employability workshop on 7th July 10.30am to 12.00 noon - no prior experience is required to take part.
This session will be delivered online and is interactive. You will be asked to participate throughout. For the first part of the workshop we will focus on Getting your CV to be the best it can be including enhancing your personal statement. The second part of the workshop will focus on making your interview experience the best it can be including looking at body language, tone and voice and being prepared.
This workshop is closely aligned and complimented by the Presenting Yourself with Confidence Workshop (date 5th July 4-5.30) and gives a great insight into and grounding of future employability skills.
So why not come along?
Workshop highlights include:
•CV Do’s and Don’ts
•How to do a personal statement
•Examples of good and bad CV’s
•Being prepared for interviews
•Strengths and opportunities
•Questions to ask employers
•How to finish an interview
- Students who have not previously had work experience, do not have access to other opportunities (such as via parents) and qualify for FSM or Pupil Premium are especially encouraged to apply
- Students will need to be able to access the online classroom (details to follow) from 10.30-12.00.
- Be sure to read all the details as applications will be selected based on enthusiasm and open-mindedness for this specific opportunity, organisation and industry.
PLEASE NOTE: This placement is a VIRTUAL placement and does NOT require students to attend a physical office. Details about how to access the placement will be sent to students when their applications are successful.
Skills/Experiences You Will Gain:
Great For Students Who Are:
Willing to learn
Below are a number of questions which you will need to answer to apply for this opportunity.
1.What do you hope to gain from this CV and Interview Skills session?
2.Have you experienced a bad interview? How can you turn this into a positive experience?