Webinar: Be a STAR interviewee

Community Works is running a free online taster session ‘Be a STAR interviewee’ on Thursday 24 June 2021, 10.00am.

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About the event
This free 40-minute online webinar will help you develop techniques to stand out from the crowd in an interview. STAR is commonly used to score interview candidates and is useful as a tool to structure your answers to interview questions.

What to expect

  • A short introduction from the Community Works Team
  • The webinar delivered by Emmanuelle Le Coz, Employability Officer
  • Q&A
  • Resources and links to other sources of support

Who is this webinar for?
The session is for anyone living in EH5, EH6 or EH7. Invite your friends!

When is it?
Thursday 24 June 2021, 10.00-10.45am

Equipment required
Internet connection and a streaming device eg PC, laptop, tablet or phone. We’ll provide joining instructions after you sign up and are here to help with any questions you may have about this.

Are you interested in attending?
If you are interested in attending this free taster session online, please fill out the form below.  Once we receive your form we’ll be in touch to confirm your spot and joining instructions. Spaces are limited, so be quick!

Be a STAR interviewee

Which of the following options best describes you?
Would you like to be contacted by Community Works to get further help with your employment search?

Praise for Community Works:

“Highly supportive in all areas. I was made to feel confident. From a long time being out of work, I lacked confidence.”

“It didn’t feel like learning but the information stuck.”

“Brilliant course I learned so much and would highly recommend it.”

“In uncertain times such as these where access to important services like Job Centre Plus is affected,  it is a relief to benefit from and rely on remote help from Community Works with cv and employment prospects. For Community works to maintain such quality of care for its service users is definitely a positive thing out of these difficult times.”

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