Resumes inform employers about your employment history, talents, and experiences. Highlight aspects on your resume that show you are a hard worker, qualified for the position, and have transferable talents. Enhance information about your education and community activities if you are a student with little or no past work experience. This workshop teaches our students and graduates how to write a professional CV that highlights their relevant skills, expertise, and education for the job they want. The workshop will include: The outlines that should be included in your resume, How to convey your skills and abilities in a clear and succinct manner, resumé design styles and the basic guidelines to be followed and some typical blunders to avoid.
The job interview is likely the most crucial step in your job hunt; it's your greatest chance to convince a hiring manager or recruitment firm that you're the finest candidate for the job. The following are the first steps in learning how to prepare for a job interview: Examining the job posting A 1-Conducting extensive study on the firm 2-You're pondering what you'll wear. 3-Prepare for the interview by making a travel plan. 4-Getting ready for the questions you'll be asked 5-Developing your own set of questions to ask the employer How to succeed at interviews Your interview may seem frightening at first, but with enough preparation and forethought, it won't be so difficult. Interviews can range from brief talks to multiple formal appointments, often with multiple interviewers. In any event, the interview should be viewed as an opportunity to demonstrate your abilities, aptitudes, and passion, rather than a threat.
This workshop will show you how to take control of your job hunt and make it go faster. You'll also learn about extra resources that can assist you in your job search. This highly interactive and customized training equips participants with all they need to land a new job.
Starting a graduate program, regardless of where you came from or where you are in your educational journey, can be a scary concept. The Basic Step's goal is to help you lay a strong foundation for your future success as a graduate student. This step encompasses a wide range of activities, from informing graduate students about their rights and responsibilities as well as advice on working with their advisor, introducing international students to Winnipeg's attractions, to starting the process of career planning and determining what graduate students want to do after graduation.
This workshop will help you increase your self-awareness, concentrate that newfound awareness on your profession, and create a concrete career growth vision. You can't develop a career based on a hazy vision of the future. It's critical to identify your own set of work ideals and imagine the type of employer or businessperson you want to be in order to start an "upward spiral." With the support of peers with a variety of experiences and viewpoints, you will extensively analyze your own beliefs and professional path in this workshop. Once every few years, or when major events like promotions occur, it's a good idea to revisit your career and construct a "career vision."