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Need to brush up on your job application and interview skills? Come to one of our credit crunch lunch sessions

We are running weekly credit crunch lunches at our Borough High Street offices for those seeking work who need help with the many aspects of the application process.

The sessions last 45 minutes and are on Tuesdays or Wednesdays each week.  You are invited to come along, bring your own sandwich and participate in these short but effective workshops.  There will be a maximum of 12 delegates accepted on each course to ensure you gain maximum benefit.

These sessions are free to job seekers and £5 to those in work (two for £7.50). The £5 will be donated to our charity for 2009, British Kidney Patient Association in support of our colleague Min Cong.

Topics will include:

  • How to write an effective CV
  • Right on application letters!
  • Competency-based interviewing
  • Preparing a brief presentation for interview purposes
  • Filling in that wretched application form

Full programme of events with dates and times is available from our website. To register, please call or email Nadine Barnes – 020 7378 5461. 

What do you find the most challenging aspect of looking for a job? Please let us know if you have any suggestions for other sessions you think would be useful.

4 comments to this post

  •  :  With companies cutting down on training in this challenging market, this is a fantastic opportunity for job seekers to get some practical job hunting advice and training for free (or for a nominal fee). I've already signed up for two sessions.
  •  :  Great. We think it really is important to keep job-seeking skills sharp in a competitve market like the present one.
  •  :  Hey i would like to know u proide on site or online training...let me know thru my email address.... Am an b.com graduate residing in INDIA....Wants to search for a job in accounts in abroad...
  •  :  What a great idea - another win-win practical action from Sue Hill Recruitment that will benefit those actively seeking jobs or thinking about job, future employers and SH.

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