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Getting the Job

Before thinking about getting the job, the question to ask yourself is: Do I know what career is right for me?

If not then consider one of our careers advice programmes for:        Teenagers            Twenties            Thirty+

How to Get The Job

If you are sure you know what career is right for you, then you just need to get the job. However, you know it’s not enough simply to want the job. Of course, you need to compete with the rest of the applicants and promote yourself as the ideal candidate.

So, if you want to get the job, you need to think about these important factors.

  • Who are your potential employers?
  • Have you identified the right role and sector?
  • Do you have all the necessary qualifications?
  • Is your CV perfect? Does it stand out from others?
  • Can you handle job interviews, meetings and presentations with confidence?
  • Do you have your own self-marketing strategy?

We Help You to Get The Job

Our job-seeker support programme is designed to provide everything you need to get your perfect job. This is not an off-the-shelf package, but a programme tailored to your very individual circumstances.

We will examine your personal and career history to date, your personal practical circumstances and your hopes for the future. Therefore, we will gain a real understanding of where you are now. Moving forward from there, we will help you market yourself effectively to potential employers.

Register for one of our programmes online or contact us today on 0800 999 7778 for more information on any of our careers advice programmes. We were founded in 1965. So, you know you are in safe hands with us. Check our testimonials and read what our clients say.

Practical steps to land the ideal career for you

If you want to get your ideal job, you need to tick the 3 boxes that employers are looking for:

1. Do you really want this job?

It is very difficult to convince an employer that you want the job if you are not sure yourself. Make sure you know what you want to do by taking one of our careers advice programmes for TeenagersTwenties or Thirty +

2. Are you capable of doing the job? Do you have the skills they need?

Are you fully qualified or do you need further training? If you do, have you identified the right training programme for you? Is it reasonable to ask your new employer to provide it?

3. Are you a cultural fit for the organisation? Will you interact with their team in a professional and positive way?

The employer has to feel that you will work well with the team around you. Certainly, he or she doesn’t want to spend time sorting out personal differences between you and your colleagues.

Our careers advisors will help you plan and launch your campaign. This will include:

Firstly, write an exceptional CV. It’s the most important document you will need.

Secondly, help you to find suitable vacancies and apply for them in the correct manner.

Thirdly, we will hone your presentation skills and prepare you properly for the interview stage.

Above all, with our assistance, you’ll be able to understand the challenges that you face and find ways to work them to your advantage.