How to conduct a productive job search

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45 min
Group Class
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This class will cover the main parts of conducting a great jobs search and includes h resume and cover letter preparation,researching prospective jobs and interview skills.


What you'll learn

This class will adress:
- Creating an effective resume and cover letter
- How to research prospective jobs
- Interview preparation and dealing with tough interview questions
- Roadblocks and red flags 

We will go over what hiring managers look for in a resume and cover letter. Common mistakes will be identified and tips on how to correct them given. We will detail on how to research prospective jobs, great sites to check and how to market research protective roles. Finally we will go over how to interview for your job. We will go over key preparation, how to conduct yourself in the interview as well as how to handle tough interview questions. 

This class is perfect for

People re-entering the workforce. People looking for a new job. People looking for help in their career search.
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Meet Cassandra Vermeulen, CHPR, SHRM-SCP,

Your teacher

I have taught for over 20 years. I teach a variety of students and I adjust my style to match and optimize learning. I have taught at 2 post-secondary institutions and taught dozens of business and managerial-focused courses. I have created courses for 2 post-secondary institutions. The courses I have taught include: - Occupational health and safety - Orientation and onboarding - Recruitment and selection - Career preparation - Employment management - Investigations - Employment legislation - Introduction to human resources I have taught many science courses as well: - Zoology - Invertebrate development - Cellular Biology - Biology - Genetics - Highschool Biology

What to bring

It is best to have your resume and cover letter handy. Having some interview questions that have stumped you in the past will be helpful. Please let me know the region you are in when registering for this class so that I can tailor some of the search tips to your area.

How to participate

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