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Interview Skills Short Course

Would you like to know the tips and techniques for better interviewee skills? Sit back and forget those interview nerves with our guide to Interview Skills, this free course will help and guide you to career success. This online course has been developed to help you gain the knowledge and practical skills to prepare for and undertake your interviews.

It has recently been said that the average length of an interview will be around 40 minutes, but 33% of 2000 surveyed recruiters mentioned that they know within the very first 90 seconds of the interview if they will recruit the candidate or not!

Explore the do’s (Achievements, Successes, Strengths) and Don’ts (Lateness, dirty fingernails) and all that is in between in our interactive Interview Skills Course by Oxbridge Home Learning, and remember securing the interview is a success in itself!

Do you want this course for free?

This course is currently available free of charge. Use voucher code: FREESHORT when you enrol.

Would you like to know the tips and techniques for better interviewee skills? Sit back and forget those interview nerves with our guide to Interview Skills.
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That’s fine, this course can be studied anywhere and is completed by submitting Tutor marked assignments (TMAs).

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Helped me be more confident
Liz McMillan

This course has really really helped me, it’s shown me and helped me be more confident. It’s a great bolt on to the other course I am studying and I was delighted that it was free.

This course has really helped
Robert

The course itself was very informative, easy to follow and much better than just reading a book!