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Jobs Hunting Tips for Graduates - Graduate Employement

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Overview: After you leave university or college, it can be challenging to find a job, but this course will serve …

Overview:

After you leave university or college, it can be challenging to find a job, but this course will serve as your personal careers advisor and will assist you in finding your perfect career! Looking for a job is actually a skill which you must hone, so when you’re a newbie you might need some guidance, which is exactly what this Graduate Employment course will provide. The course focuses on CV writing, how to complete application forms, and understanding the mind-set of an employer. As well as this, you’ll be given a whole host of insider knowledge and tips to help you get ahead! If you want advice and guidance in getting your first job, then look no further than this excellent Graduate Employment course. Finding your dream job starts with a well written resume. The course in Jobs Hunting Tips for Graduates is a step by step guide to getting the preparation process just right. You need a lot of preparation if you want to impress a potential employer. The interview is the last stage of the process, your resume is the first. If you have been trying but not succeeding at getting a good interview or being called for your dream job, this course will help you find the right strategy to get noticed by recruiters and hiring managers.

Learning with Study 365 has many advantages. The course material is delivered straight to you and can be adapted to fit in with your lifestyle. It is created by experts within the industry, meaning you are receiving accurate information, which is up-to-date and easy to understand.

This course is comprised of professionally narrated e-Learning modules, interactive quizzes, tests, and exams. All delivered through a system that you will have access to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 365 days (12 months).

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  • Learn how to prepare a winning CV, with a detailed overview of what you should include
  • Understand the mind-set of potential employers, and how to deal with recruiters
  • Understand how to handle your CV, and how to prepare for job interviews
  • Learn the significance of work experience, and how to talk about your experience

This online training course is comprehensive and designed to cover the key topics listed under the curriculum.

You will have 12 Months access to your online study platform from the date you purchased the course. The course is self-paced so you decide how fast or slow the training goes. You can complete the course in stages revisiting the training at any time.

At the end of the course, learners will take an online multiple choice question assessment test. The online test is marked straightaway, so you will know immediately if you have passed the course.

Successful candidates will be awarded a certificate for Jobs Hunting Tips for Graduates - Graduate Employment.

Learners must be age 16 or over and should have a basic understanding of the English Language, numeracy, literacy, and ICT.

With this Jobs Hunting Tips for Graduates - Graduate Employment course you will develop the right skills and talent to prepare yourself to getting the job of your dreams, no matter what industry or profession you hope to go into. It can be a challenge getting a job after university or college, and this course will be your personal careers advisor.

 

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Course Curriculum

Getting Started
E Certificate Download Guide 00:00:00
1: Introduction
1. Introduction
Preface
Overview of Graduate Employment
2: Dealing with Advertisements published in Newspapers
2. Dealing with Advertisements published in Newspapers
Tips to manage Newspapers as an effective source of Job Vacancy
3: Ignoring the Myths
3. Ignoring the Myths
Common Mistaken beliefs within the Society
4: Picking correct methods to search for a Job
4. Picking correct methods to search for a Job
Useful tips to search for a Job
5: How to complete an Application form?
5. How to complete an Application form?
Useful tips to complete application forms
6: Preparation of the CV
6. Preparation of the CV
Useful tips in preparing a CV
7: Content of a CV
7. Content of a CV
Main items on a CV
8: Plotting your Work Experience
8. Plotting your Work Experience
Tips to manage job records
9: Identifying the ideal Dress Code
9. Identifying the ideal Dress Code
Smart dressing tips for Interviews
10: Switching between Jobs
10. Switching between Jobs
Important aspects regarding jobs
11: Higher Qualification Options
11. Higher Qualification Options
Key tips on Higher Qualification Options
12: Active Involvement
12. Active Involvement
Getting the Exposure
13: Stepping to Reality
13. Stepping to Reality
How to get there?
14: Making your CV job ready
14. Making your CV job ready
How to make your CV perfect?
15: How to communicate your learning capacity to your potential employer?
15. How to communicate your learning capacity to your potential employer?
Tips to excel in the job world
16: Understanding the Mindset of Employers
16. Understanding the Mindset of Employers
Understanding the Employers
17: Listing your Strengths
17. Listing your Strengths
Cater for Demand
18: Job Advertisements
18. Job Advertisements
Making full use of Job Advertisements
19: Facing the challenge of Graduate Unemployment
19. Facing the challenge of Graduate Unemployment
Making Weakness a Strength
20: Making a good Impression
20. Making a good Impression
Take a neat approach 00:00:00
21: Handling your CV
21. Handling your CV
How to organize your CV? 00:00:00
22: Significance of University Careers Service
22. Significance of University Careers Service
Learning beyond Academics 00:00:00
23: Some useful tips
23. Some useful tips
Miscellaneous tips
24: Useful Online Skills
24. Useful Online Skills
How to become a “pro” in online job hunt?
25: Interview Preparation
25. Interview Preparation
How to prepare for an Interview Successfully? 00:00:00
26: Making your CV Online-ready
26. Making your CV Online-ready
Online CV preparation tips
27: Enhancing Your Mobility Potential
27. Enhancing Your Mobility Potential
Tips to enhance and protect mobility potential
28: Useful Publications
28. Useful Publications
Tips for sourcing Useful Publications
29: Reading Advertisements
29. Reading Advertisements
Filtering out the best
30: Dealing with Recruitment Agencies
30. Dealing with Recruitment Agencies
Maintaining relationships with Recruitment Agencies
31: 7 methods to explore your Strengths and Talents
31. 7 methods to explore your Strengths and Talents
Identifying the best in you
32: Positive Thinking
32. Positive Thinking
Tips to develop positive thinking
33: Analyzing the Job Market for Undergraduates
33. Analyzing the Job Market for Undergraduates
Tips to understand the job market
34: Making a Job-Oriented CV
34. Making a Job-Oriented CV
Tips to arrange your CV in the correct order
35: Ideal times to apply for jobs
35. Ideal times to apply for jobs
Tips to get the timing rights
36: Viewing things from the perspective of the employer
36. Viewing things from the perspective of the employer
Realizing the graduate employer
37: Unadvertised Jobs, Unsolicited Applications, and Speculative Approaches
37. Unadvertised Jobs, Unsolicited Applications, and Speculative Approaches
Apply Smart
38: Getting familiar with the Internet
38. Getting familiar with the Internet
Useful Internet related tips
39: Where you should work ideally
39. Where you should work ideally
Stick to your own instinct
40: Criteria of a quality CV
40. Criteria of a quality CV
Does your CV fulfill the following criteria?
41: Job expectations and Employer Offerings
41. Job expectations and Employer Offerings
What you want Vs. What you get
42: Getting the help of Charitable Organizations
42. Getting the help of Charitable Organizations
Importance of Charitable Organizations
43: Significance of Work Experience
43. Significance of Work Experience
Experience matter a great deal 00:00:00
44: Starting as a Fresher
44. Starting as a Fresher
Beginner’s Guide
45: Bonus tips to review your skills
45. Bonus tips to review your skills
Go by these tips
Final Words by the Authors
Mock Exam
Mock Exam: Jobs Hunting Tips for Graduates – Graduate Employement 00:40:00
Final Exam
Exam: Jobs Hunting Tips for Graduates – Graduate Employement 00:40:00

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