Free FDIN Jobs webinar. Our job interview masterclass – how to prepare, perform & follow up

March 1, 2016, 2:00 pm

In our previous webinars – which you can catch up on here – we’ve covered two of the important early stages of your job search: improving your CV and your LinkedIn profile in order that you’ll get invited in for more of the interviews you want.

Hundreds of job seekers have registered for them already – from all corners of the globe. And the feedback has been excellent:  “Very useful” (Sophie), “Certainly a very useful Webex” (Vishal),  “Lots of good info” (Marie),  “Excellent presentation” (Peter), “Great info” (Emily) “Time well spent, the layout tips really helped” (Sarah), “Very informative” (Ann Margaret).

In the third of our series we’re looking at how to maximise the impact of your first interview with our masterclass on how to prepare, perform & follow up. It will be held on Wednesday 16th March at 8pm.

These FREE Wednesday Webinars are co-hosted by Sam Waterfall: our resident expert on ‘winning the job’. Sam, founder of Obvious Candidate, is, amongst his many talents, a CV writing expert and Amazon bestselling author of “The 7 Essential CV Upgrades”.

Our FDIN Jobs webinars will run in the evenings at 8pm, so you can watch them at home, or if you are dialing in from the other side of the world – with your breakfast!

In this webinar you’ll learn how to transform your interview performance:

  • Discover how to prepare for even the toughest questions
  • Find out how to put on a winning show when it matters most
  • Find out how to win your interviewer’s confidence in the first 6 seconds

Watch for 1 hour. Apply for 3 hours. Give your best interview performance ever

You can find out more by watching this short 90 second video

This webinar will be on Wednesday 16th March at 8pm

Registration for the webinar couldn’t be simpler. Just click on this link and follow the instructions.

So if you are thinking about looking for a new job, or well on the road to applying – do register now and join us for what will be a very useful 1 hour of your time.


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