Courses Interview Preparation

  • There are some very common, seemingly harmless questions that interviewers love to ask interviewees, the most common being, ‘tell us a little about yourself.’ This simple question results in two types of answers, the first where the interviewee takes off like a bullet train, excited that the interviewer wants to know about him/her; the second where the interviewee breaks out into a very obvious, well-rehearsed speech about their experience and abilities. Both of these scenarios aren’t going to land you that job.

    Making an answer bank incorporates drafting smart, concise answers to questions that an interviewer ‘could’ ask. Some of them could be as basic as the one mentioned above, some could be pertaining to the job you are applying for (it is common sense to read up about the job position and company you are applying for before an interview). A candidate who is well prepared with this ‘could be asked’ questions reduces his/her risk of losing the interviewers interest by not rambling or fumbling for words. 

    Course Duration - 30 days
  • While in that interview room, you are being judged on everything from what you are wearing, to the words you speak, to the way you say them.  

    Giving an interview these days is almost an art.  It is a performance of sorts, an audition where you try to convince your prospective employer that you can be the lead actor of their company. Interviewees have to maintain a confident and calm persona while the interview is in progress. The language use should be neutral, clear, with a smart use of vocabulary. 

    Course Duration - 10 days
  • While it is important to be audible in the interview room, one needs to bear in mind that they don’t end up talking too loud. It is the tendency of some people to compensate for their nervousness by talking too loud, and fast, both of which can be detrimental to your interview.


    Correct pronunciation and enunciation of words will curb one’s urge to speak loudly. Speech therapists around the world stress on clarity rather than volume while training people to become better orators. In a multicultural environment, especially when the interviewer and interviewee may belong to two different nationalities, correct pronunciation even ‘foreign’ names will guarantee that the interviewer understands it clearly. 

    Course Duration - 30 days