Work-Seekers Resources 

We have prepared resources that will guide you on your work-seeking  journey and give you the skills you need to find work.

Interview tips 

Do you have an interview coming up? Click on the graphics below to access tips to help you pass your next interview. 
Register for our CV Support and Mock Interview Preparation services and submit your CV for review, gain professional feedback, and prepare for interviews here. To help you prepare ahead of your interviews and get you ready, watch a video to guide you here.

English Acceleration

It’s always good to learn a new skill and you need to commit yourself by putting in the time and effort. English could be one of those skills you gain. The only way to learn a new skill is to set a goal. 

Remember, learning a new language is hard and requires stepping outside of your comfort zone. Keep in mind that you will make some mistakes because that is how you learn. Surround yourself with people who will support you or share the same goal as you.  Click on the icon to the right for more tips.

Online Interview 

Online interviews are now more common than they’ve ever been. Knowing how to use online interview tools such as Zoom, Webex, Skype, and others has become a basic skill needed to pass the interview. 

We have prepared tips that can support you to excel in your online interview. 

Salary Negotiation

On your work-seeking journey, salary negotiation will be one of the things you’ll come across. For this, you need to be well prepared to be able to get what you need. We have prepared tips you can use when negotiating your salary. Click the graphic on the right to learn more.

Professional Email

When applying for a job or writing to an employer or colleague, it is always essential to draft a good and clear email to help you portray yourself as professional or a good communicator. We have; therefore, prepared tips to consider when writing an email. Click the graphic on the left to learn more.

A Good Cover Letter

As a work seeker, your cover letter has to be professional, concise and clear. It is one of the things that employers base on when hiring. It needs to be at least one page maximum and details the most crucial and relevant items like the past work experience, skills and how connected they are to the role you are applying for.  Click the graphic on the right to learn more.

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