It’s time to start learning those techniques that will land you your next job. In this article we’ll briefly introduce you to the INTERVIEW TRAINING section.
In your top navigation bar, click on LEARN.
From here, you can choose between the FAST TRACK, MASTERY TRACK, WRITTEN CURRICULUM, or NEGOTIATION CURRICULUM.
FAST TRACK and MASTERY TRACK are video-based lessons. They're are geared toward how much time you have before an interview.
The WRITTEN CURRICULUM also covers the A to Z of interviewing, and is geared toward users who prefer reading as their primary learning style.
The NEGOTIATION CURRICULUM is video-based and covers compensation and salary negotiation topics.
In the WRITTEN CURRICULUM, you’ll find a list of modules and within each module a list of written lessons.
The main WRITTEN CURRICULUM categories are:
Module 1 – Interview Basics
Module 2 – Resumes and Cover Letters
Module 3 – Landing the Interview
Module 4 – Informational Interviews
Module 5 – Interview Prep
Module 6 – Acing the Interview
Module 7 – Follow Up
Module 8 – Answering the Top Ten Questions
Module 9 – Behavioral Interview Questions
Regardless if you’re a seasoned interviewee or just starting out on your career, starting with the Interview Basics module is a smart decision.
To select a lesson click on the lesson name. (In this example we’ll start with Module 1 – Lesson 1: “The Value of a Proper Interview Education”).
The whole section is designed to be pretty intuitive, just like typical online reading or video watching.