Your skills and expertise are only as strong as your ability to sell them. To secure a job that appeals to you, you also need to know how to present yourself as an attractive potential employee. This career development course will help you highlight your skills and stand out in the crowd through your application materials, networking opportunities, and interviews. By the end of the course, you will be equipped to make a lasting impression on hiring managers and others throughout your job search.
This is a self-paced course and can be completed according to your own schedule. Our recommendation is to complete the course over four weeks, with one to two hours of time investment per week. After the Course Introduction, each section should take approximately one to two hours to complete.
Section 0: Course Introduction
Review course logistics, including the course overview, schedule, components, grading, and support.
Section 1: Resume
Learn how to effectively build a resume, cover letter, and other supplements, as well how to customize key documents for different opportunities.
Section 2: Networking
Learn how to make things happen for yourself by preparing for, performing in, and following up on networking opportunities.
Section 3: Interview Skills
Learn how to prepare for a variety of interview types by acing common interview questions and mastering other key strategies. Finally, learn how to secure–and accept–your next job opportunity.
Section 4: Final Assessment and Course Recap
Demonstrate your mastery of the course content in the final assessment.
Natacha Malebranche-Marshall is taking this course right now, spending 3 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be medium.
I believe this course is suitable for anyone at any level of their job search. It is especially so for seasoned professionals looking to change careers. It makes you think and challenge your knowledge with little exercises. I am interested to see how I do overall in the end and how I can apply it overall in my own search.
Angeliki Kopsini completed this course and found the course difficulty to be medium.
As i didnt pay for an upgraded version i just completed the course without answering the assessment questions.
It is an ideal course for beginners and a good course for intermediate job seekers who have already made a research or attended seminars on these topics.
Useful, especially the interview part.
Clive Ellul Hawthorn
Clive Ellul Hawthorn completed this course, spending 2 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be easy.
Even though the course is straightforward, the material is relevant and provides a good refresher on how to prepare and perform well. I found the networking chapter particularly useful, together with the insights into how hiring managers/recruiters scan CVs.