This workshop is designed to help you prepare for interviews. We’ll cover the basics such as different formats and what common questions to expect as well as offer some insights about what makes a good answer. You will have the opportunity to try out some exercises and be showed some practical tools to help you prepare. Aiming to leave you feeling more confident and able to articulate your unique skills and experiences.
We recommend you attend this workshop when looking for both jobs and creative opportunities in the UK and internationally.
There will be plenty of time for questions - further support and resources will be signposted throughout. What will you learn?
Through a series of practical exercises and short presentations you will:
Who is this workshop for?
- Gain an awareness of the function of interviews from both an employers and employee perspective
- Develop the confidence to present yourself and your experiences
- Learn how to answer questions with clarity
- Explore ways to reduce stress by preparing in advance
Participant feedback suggests this workshop is well suited to a broad range of you. In the past it has been beneficial to those who have never attended an interview as well as those who anticipate an interview and would like a little practice. Whether you are a confident speaker or need some encouragement, this workshop will offer some new approaches to a formality that is commonly nerve racking. This session is one of a number of workshops facilitated by Careers and Employability. Keep a look out for others such as Developing your Portfolio, Strategies for Job Hunting, Crafting Effective CVs and Cover Letters and Exploring your Career Ambitions.
The session will be led and facilitated by: Hannah Breslin, Employability Practitioner (Camberwell and Chelsea) and is open to all students and graduates from all UAL colleges.