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.

Step 1:

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. 

Step 2:

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.

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