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Led by Em Prescott of Promotable You, this session aims to equip Nurses with practical tips to help them be more confident in applying for their dream nursing job. Em will be covering hot topics such as what to include in your resume; how to present your resume; how to prepare for your interview; and how to navigate the interview questions with confidence.
With the healthcare landscape changing constantly, nurses are needing to have an up-to-date resume and to be interview ready more than ever. This webinar will get you started on your way to having all the boxes ticked to help you in your quest to landing your next dream job.
The purpose of this session is to help nurses from the junior level right up to the senior levels consider the components of your resume/CV that would make you proud to share it so that you can apply for your next nursing role with confidence.
In this session, you will:
- Prioritise the strengths and weaknesses of your resume/CV
- Understand what you need to do in order to best prepare for your next job application
- Identify different types of interview questions and what they are really asking
- Consider your own answers to potential interview questions
Who is this for?
This Course is relevant to nurses from all backgrounds and at all levels of their career.
Em Prescott is a communications warrior who, after working in the Human Resources sector for a number of years, noticed how many women are fit for the job but lack the confidence in going for it.
She decided to do something about this and started her coaching business, Promotable You, to help you build your confidence in applying for your dream job and getting it.
She created a blueprint that works. It’s called “The PY Model” and it provides you an easy to follow methodology, tools and templates for you to get ahead in your career – all in three simple steps.
Her mission is to create a movement of confident, ultra-capable career warriors; who when they take on their career the “PY way” they ask for exactly what they want, and get a big FAT “YES”.
Resume Writing and Interview Skills for Nurses