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Job Interviews – Complete Guide for Candidates & Recruiters

How to Prepare and Succeed in your Job Interviews | Best Tips & Tricks | Firsthand Insights | Most Common Questions
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 2h 18m
Language: English
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The average video length is 2 hours 13 minutes of 259 Interviewing Skills courses on Udemy.
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Table of contents


1st mini-course
For many people, job interviews tend to be a very uncomfortable and frightening experience. The reason for this is mostly that candidates are not familiar with what happens on the other side. The purpose of this class is to transparently present recruiting and selection, and cover the most important parts of nailing an interview. From doing proper research beforehand, handling tricky situations, and understanding funneling questions to knowing what to ask at the end of an interview and how to stay active in the job search. This class focuses on the most significant parts and tips to help you elevate your performance on the job interviews.
How to ace a job interview (lectures):
•Class Introduction
•Selection process overview
•How to prepare for an interview (research tips)
•Interview structure (7 stages)
•Should you lie on your interviews?
•What to do if you can’t answer an interview question
•How to respond to funneling questions
•Why interviewers take notes (peek behind the curtain!)
•What to ask at the end of an interview + Question examples
•What to do while waiting for the interview decision
•How to practice answering behavioral questions
•Summary (class overview)

2nd mini-course
Take a look at the 8 most common job interview questions, why they are asked, how to respond to them, and what are some high-level answer samples. These are the 8 questions you are most likely to encounter or any type of job interview, independent of your profession. As a candidate, this will give you a lot of insights and strongly prepare for your next interviews. As an interviewer, this class can serve you as an inspiration for your question agenda and to better understand the motives behind these questions.
How to answer the 8 most common interview questions (lectures):
•Class Introduction
•Tell me about yourself
•Why do you want this job?
•What is your biggest achievement/failure?
•What type of work environment do you prefer?
•Why did you quit your last job?
•What are your goals/plans for the future?
•What are your salary expectations?
•Do you have any questions?
•Summary (class overview)

3rd mini-course
A competency–based interviewing is a behavioral type of interview used to assess a candidate’s performance in a particular key area or skill that is attributable to the job description. This approach is built on a premise that the best predictor of future behavior is the past one. Therefore, candidates are asked questions where they need to provide specific examples from their prior experiences. In this class, we will look deeper into this concept and all the things that go together with it. The class is relevant to both interviewers (recruiters) and candidates.
Competency-based Interviewing (lectures):
•Class Introduction
•4 Types of Interviews
•What is CBI?
•What are competencies?
•UCF vs Customized Competencies
•Universal Competency Framework construction explained
•How to use the competency cards (interview preparation)
•How to prepare interview questions based on competencies
•STAR technique – answer interview questions (for candidates)
•SBO structure – analyze interview answers (for interviewers)
•Funneling (probing) Technique explained
•7 Common Interviewer Biases
•Questions, Exercise & Sources – Bonus video
•Summary (class overview)

4th mini-course
Check out this class on how to build a professional and well-structured CV. We will take a look into both the content and design of resumes and share many useful tips and tricks to make your resume stand out in job applications. Aside from the CV, we will have a chance to discuss the cover letters and CV alternatives.
How to Create a Job-winning Resume (lectures):
•Class Introduction
•3 Types of Resumes
•Design vs Content
•CV Structure
•CV Don’t(s)
•Result-oriented vs Task-oriented CV
•CV File Format
•Canva for Resumes (tool)
•Cover Letters
•CV Alternatives
•Summary (class overview)

You will learn

✓ This course consists of 3 mini courses. Namely: 1) How to Ace a Job Interview, 2) How to Answer 8 Most Common Job Interview Questions, 3) Competency-Based Interviewing Explained. Aside from a lot of great content, there will always be summary lectures with the most important takeaways, and many practices and exercises to prepare for interviews.


• There are no particular requirements to take this class. All you need to do is follow the lectures carefully and use the most important takeaways for your future interviews.

This course is for

• 1) Experienced candidates (people looking for a job) who want to improve their job interview performance
• 2) Candidates (people looking for a job) who don’t have much previous experience with job interviews
• 3) Recruiters and interviewers who want to improve their skills and conduct more effective interviews.]

How much does the Job Interviews - Complete Guide for Candidates & Recruiters course cost? Is it worth it?

The course costs $14.99. And currently there is a 83% discount on the original price of the course, which was $89.99. So you save $75 if you enroll the course now.
The average price is $18.0 of 259 Interviewing Skills courses on Udemy.

Does the Job Interviews - Complete Guide for Candidates & Recruiters course have a money back guarantee or refund policy?

YES, Job Interviews – Complete Guide for Candidates & Recruiters has a 30-day money back guarantee. The 30-day refund policy is designed to allow students to study without risk.

Are there any SCHOLARSHIPS for this course?

Currently we could not find a scholarship for the Job Interviews - Complete Guide for Candidates & Recruiters course, but there is a $75 discount from the original price ($84.99). So the current price is just $14.99.

Who is the instructor? Is Nikola Lugonja a SCAM or a TRUSTED instructor?

Nikola Lugonja has created 3 courses that got 42 reviews which are generally positive. Nikola Lugonja has taught 7,747 students and received a 4.1 average review out of 42 reviews. Depending on the information available, Nikola Lugonja is a TRUSTED instructor.
HR and Marketing Instructor
-Multi-year experience in both HR and digital marketing. I started my career in Marketing, but over time I dived deeper into the world of Human Resources. I find these two areas commonly overlapping (e.g. when it comes to the employer branding), therefore I will also try to link them in some lectures.

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