Webinar on CV Building and Interview Skills

Webinar Objectives

  • Create a CV for your dream job to get shortlisted for the interview.
  • Understanding the interview skills to gain success.
  • Techniques to develop your communication skills, expressiveness and presentability

Making an impression on potential employers in the cutthroat job market of today is crucial to securing the position of your dreams. The two most crucial tools you have to impress potential employers are your CV and interview skills. Our workshops will guide you on how to write an outstanding CV and nail your job interview.


The Art of CV Writing

Writing a resume is a way to promote oneself. Posing a strong "CV" and/or video CV online and aggressively promoting yourself to potential companies boosts your chances of landing a job. Your CV needs to sell you to a potential employer and stand out from the competition, thus writing one becomes harder and requires you to stand out from the crowd.

The initial point of contact between you and a potential employer is your CV.Making a good impression on your CV is crucial since it's the first step to getting the job of your dreams.

Some key elements to be included in your CV are:

1.Contact Information:

Your contact information, including your name, address, phone number, and email address, should be in the opening part of your resume. Information that is current and accurate must be given.

2.Professional Summary:

Your expertise and credentials should be briefly stated in a professional overview. It should be tailored to the position for which you are seeking and showcase your strengths and accomplishments.

3.Education and Qualifications:

Mention your education and qualifications in reverse chronological order, beginning with the most recent one you have earned. Include the name of the school, your certification or degree, the dates and year you attended, and your qualifications. Obtaining more professional certifications will highlight your domain expertise and area of competence. Professional certifications strengthen your resume and give it more significance.

4.Work Experience:

If you have experience, your prior employment history should be listed in your work experience section in reverse chronological order, beginning with your most recent position. Mention the name of your employer, the position title, the dates of employment, and the main duties and accomplishments you have had. If you have a lot of work experience, list your positions and be selective about the duties and accomplishments you want to emphasize. Briefly describe the job in relation to the position you're looking for. Students who are yet to get their first job, can write about their internships and summer trainings.


Your skills section should include any relevant skills you have that relate to the job you are applying for. Be specific and mention any area of working knowledge or technological abilities you have. You can highlight any additional professional skills you may have that will help you in the role you're applying for.

Interview Skills

During the interview, you have the opportunity to show a prospective employer that you have the abilities, background, know-how, and character traits needed to perform the job responsibilities successfully. Explain how you can help the company succeed and why you are specifically interested in working there. Consider whether the company and the position fit your dreams and ambitions as well. The next stage is to ace your job interview after your CV has grabbed the employer's attention. It is critical to learn the interview techniques on how the order works to get success in the interviews. Here are some interview skills that will help you stand out from others.

1.Research the Company:

It's important to do your homework about the business you are interviewing with. Examine their website, social media accounts, and any other pertinent resources to gain a basic understanding of their goals, core principles, workplace culture, offerings, and overall business practices.

2. Dress Professionally:

For the interview, wear business attire. A well-groomed and ironed ensemble may provide a positive impression.

3. Be on Time:

Being on time is crucial. An applicant has to be on time for the interview. Try to get there a few minutes early.

4. Prepare for Common Interview Questions:

Be ready for frequently asked interview questions in advance. Get comfortable with the responses you will provide to questions such as "Tell me about yourself," "What are your strengths and weaknesses?" and "Why do you want this job?", etc.

5. Ask Questions:

Have a few prepared questions for the interviewer on the business, the role, and their expectations. Putting out deliberate queries demonstrates your interest in the position. In the very competitive job market of today, mastering interview and CV writing techniques is imperative. Effective interview techniques may help you prove your qualifications, create a good impression, and eventually land the job. A well-written CV can help you stand out from the competition and get a job interview. By investing time and effort into developing these skills, you can increase your chances of achieving career success and fulfilling your professional goals. Recall that preparation and practice are vital. We conduct online webinars on The Art of CV Writing, Understanding the Interview and Develop Interview Skills as per the schedule. Please enrol through the link the below.

In the webinar you will gain insights on-
  • Create a CV for your dream job to get shortlisted for the interview.
  • Understanding the interview skills to gain success.
  • Techniques to develop your communication skills, expressiveness and presentability.
Upcoming webinar 19 May 2024 at 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM