Interview Skills Short Course

Our course code: X002

Course fee: £25

Enrol on this course

You’ve aced the application process, and now you’ve landed an interview. How can you make sure that you stand out from the other applicants? Our Interview Skills short course will tell you everything you need to know, from how to prepare before an interview, to how to follow up afterwards. You’ll learn the importance of research, body language, and a good first impression, as well as become familiar with some popular interview techniques such as the STAR method. This course is delivered via an engaging, interactive eBook, which can be worked through at your own pace.

This short course is ideal for studying as part of a free bundle alongside our Dealing with Redundancy and CV Writing short courses, which will help you navigate the tricky redundancy process as well as give tips and tricks from a recruitment expert on how to craft the perfect CV and covering letter.

Do you want this course for free?

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

At the end of this course, you’ll have all the tools and skills you need to ace your job interview.

Study Hours

This course takes around one hour to complete.

Study Method

This course is delivered via a fun, interactive eBook

Course Duration

Once you’ve enrolled on this course, you’ll have access for six months, and you can complete it in your own time, at your own pace.


There is no assessment for this course.

Course Outcomes

At the end of this course, you’ll have all the tools and skills you need to ace your job interview.

Additional Information

Course Content

1: Before your interview

Firstly, you’ll learn about the importance of conducting research before your interview begins, important characteristics that all employers are looking for, and pre-interview etiquette.

2: During the interview

In the section, you’ll learn exactly what you can likely expect from the interview process, and important things to consider before you arrive. You’ll learn about the ‘Four Cs’, what they are, how to apply them, as well as some of the most common interview questions that you should be prepared to answer. Furthermore, you’ll learn how body language can impact your chances of becoming the successful applicant.

3: The end of your interview, and beyond

In the final section, we’ll give you some ideas as to what kind of questions you should be asking as your interviews draws to a close, how you should follow up afterwards, and how to impress on your first day at work.