WORKSHOP: ‘The Next Step….Landing That Job’
This workshop is designed for ‘Generation Z’, School Leavers and recent Graduates who want professional training and practical tips on how to enter the workforce successfully. It is facilitated by Life Coach and Executive Business Coach, Sue Curtis. Sue’s style is interactive, fun and she is able to provide practical tips from her 25 years’ experience in human resources consulting. See Sue’s profile here.
At the end of the workshop participants will:
- Have developed their future goals and actions plans
- Be knowledgeable on where to find the jobs, including the "hidden market"
- Have learned how to write a resume with tips from a Recruitment Manager to “open the door” to employment
- Have learned how to prepare for an interview
- Have learned what to say and what not to say in an interview
- Be able to present oneself for positive IMPACT to a potential employer
- Be able to stand out from the crowd
Date: Tuesday 9th December 2014
Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm
Venue: mp personnel and training (Wodonga training rooms)
Address: 1 Birallee Place, Wodonga (Parking available)
Cost: $150.00 per person (includes; training, materials and tea and coffee on the day)
To enquire and book, please contact Sarah on (02) 6041 6286. Seats will sell fast to this event, so please book early to avoid disappointment. ($150 to be paid in person at time of booking to mp personnel and training – 517 Spencer Street, Albury).
Sue Curtis has over 30 years of experience in HR and business and performance management. Her special area is in helping managers improve inter-personal communications and in helping develop high performing teams. She knows from first-hand experience what a difference this can have to the bottom line! (click here to see Sue's background)
Sue is available for one-on-one and classroom coaching and can tailor specific short-course training around your business needs. Call mp personnel and training today for more information (02) 6041 6286.
The feedback from her introductory workshop last month, (Attracting and Retaining Quality Staff) included the following comments from Business Leaders in the community:
“9/10 Very informative session, great for networking and for ideas on how others do things.” (Vanessa - Stanley and Martin Real Estate)
“8/10 The course content was great and very relevant for a small, medium or large business.” (Tracey - Stanley and Martin Real Estate)
“9/10 The session provided very useful practical skills to aid any business/organisation attract and retain staff.” (Emma - AlburyCity Council)
“9/10 Sue is easy to listen to and kept the workshop moving along.” (Susan - BUR)
Certificate III in Aged Care (with the opportunity to complete Certificate III in Home and Community Care)
This exceptional course will provide you with the required skills to care for those in the community who are elderly, infirmed, frail or have a disability, supporting their individual health and wellbeing. With this exciting opportunity in partnership with a high quality facility, you will gain hands-on experience through work placements, so you are ready to step into a job. Employment opportunities for this industry are growing rapidly every day across Australia.
Course commencing in January 2015, with classes held in Wodonga.