How important do you view Interviews? Ever walked away for an interview and thought you had nailed it but you did not get the job?

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Want to know what you need to do in the interview?
Then join us on  April 3rd , 2013 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. EST for a free virtual training session (How to Lock that Job — Interview Techniques that Work for You!) on interview techniques that will help prepare you to lock that job and walk away from the interview with a feeling of success!
Imagine you have just received an invitation to a job interview. How do you normally feel? Are you elated, inspired and raring to go? Or are you terrified, resigned to your fate and overcome with a sense of impending doom?

Interviews are a fact of modern life and interview skills will be used by us many times throughout our lives. Most jobs are filled as a result of these one-to-one or one-to-a panel meetings between the employer and the best candidates, but interview skills are needed in a variety of situations. Turning natural worries and fears into determination and dynamism is the key to success. Whether you are applying for a job, a promotion, a training program, or even a bank loan, we all need to know about the processes involved in the interview and how to impress other people at first meeting.

Many people think that it is a pure fluke whether they are successful in interviews or not. To them, the outcome seems to depend on whether the face fits, being in the right place at the right time or some other unidentifiable cause. But the outcome of the interview process is not determined by chance. We can exercise considerable control and influence over the way the interview is conducted and, more important, over the outcome!

Join us for a training session on interview techniques that will help prepare you to lock that job and walk away from the interview with a feeling of success! Register at

http://www.msccn.org/Training/OnLineTrainingCalendar.htm

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