Student Job Seeking and Interview Skills Workshops at Your Auckland School!
Following on from our 'Job Interview Success' resource, CareerStart now also offers in-school workshops around finding, applying, and interviewing for holiday and part-time work, in addition to interview skills in general.
We believe the benefits of part-time work for students are significant, in terms of gaining valuable life skills, plus offering insight and advantages around future employment and 'employability'.
- Why and how to get a part-time or holiday job
- What are employers looking for?
- Be familiar with your own skills and achievements
- Create a one page CV
- What are interviews – their purpose, the process, and how to prepare
- Practice interviews.
Workshops are 90 minutes each and suitable for up to 25 students. We come to you so no need to take students out of school.
Cost structure (on a per day basis):
1 session $435 + GST
2 sessions $595 + GST
3 sessions $755 + GST
Moderate travel charges may apply depending on location.
The 'Job Interview Success' printed resource – just $19.95 + p&h.
CareerStart has developed a resource to support careers advisors as they assist students with interview skills, whether it's for a part-time job, permanent employment, or even tertiary study.
The aim is to narrow the gap between candidate and interviewer through a step-wise guide to preparation, the interview itself, and follow up. Worksheets reinforce each step, with master copies sent to careers coaches.
Contact CareerStart now to order your copy.
Teacher Education Refresh Programme, Kohia Centre, University of Auckland
The Teacher Education Refresh (TER) programme is currently funded by the Ministry of Education.
The Kohia Centre programme can be completed in 2–3 months. It is delivered through a combination of 4 face-to-face workshops, online modules/tasks and a 4 week practicum in a school. (Teachers already employed in long term teaching positions can use their current position to demonstrate effective teaching practice).
The TER programme covers a wide range of topics including planning and assessment in the New Zealand Curriculum, teaching as inquiry, working with priority learners, and cultural competencies.
Find out more at: tinyurl.com/y4gjvmsp or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Extension Classes Online: Investing in the Stock Market and Future Planning
Students are invited to participate in VLN Primary classes in 2020.
Whole class or small group participation.
Teachers are welcome to learn alongside their students.
Enrolments close 24 February 2020, classes start mid term 1.
Find out more about these programmes and register here.