Interview Skills for the Food & Beverage Processing Industry

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Interview Skills for the Food and Beverage Industry addresses the many Interview skills and practices required for finding employment in the Canadian work environment. This course provides strategies, tips, and guidelines for understanding the Canadian hiring process, developing effective cover letters and resumes, being successful in job search activities, knowing what to wear to interviews, and what to expect and do before, during, and after a job interview.

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Interview Skills for the Food and Beverage Industry addresses the many Interview skills and practices required for finding employment in the Canadian work environment. This course provides strategies, tips, and guidelines for understanding the Canadian hiring process, developing effective cover letters and resumes, being successful in job search activities, knowing what to wear to interviews, and what to expect and do before, during, and after a job interview.

Learning Objectives:

After the completion of the Interview Skills course, you will have learned and obtained the following skills:

  • An understanding the five stages of the standard hiring process in Canada
  • A knowledge of the various sources from which employers seek job applicant’s means
  • An understanding of the various formats importance and uses of cover letters and resumes
  • Strategies for developing a professional looking, results-oriented resume
  • Knowledge of appropriate interview attire
  • Understanding of the importance and elements of good personal hygiene and grooming in an interview and the ensuring good workplace food safety
  • Knowledge of the stages of the job interview, different interview formats
  • The importance of posture and body language in an interview, and the types of interview questions you can expect
  • Acceptable behavior before, during, and after the interview
  • Understanding that carefully planned and sustained job search activities will lead to interviews which will ultimately lead to employment

Course Outline & Major Topics

  • The Hiring Process
    • Define the Job and the Right Person
    • Source and Recruit Candidates
    • Identify Suitable Candidates
    • Conduct Interviews
    • Evaluate Candidates
    • Make the Offer of Employment
  • Cover Letters and Resumes
    • The Resume
    • The Cover Letter
  • Where to Look for Employment
    • Job Search Tips
    • Prepare for the Interview
    • Dressing the Part
    • Personal Hygiene
    • Pre-Interview Nerves
    • Prepare Your References
    • Do Your Research
  • Conducting the Interview
    • What Employers are Looking For
    • Nature of the Interview
    • Interview Stages
    • Introduction Etiquette
    • Interview Etiquette
    • Body Language
    • Interview Questions
    • Completing the Interview
  • After the Interview
    • Additional Checks
    • Follow Up
    • Resume the Job Search
    • Consider Job Offers

*Receive a nationally recognized certificate for participation in this course

Who Should Take This Course?

  • New Canadians
  • Young Adults
  • Front Line Workers
  • Human Resources
  • Supervisory and Management

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