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ENGLISH FOR JOB SEEKERS
Are you currently looking for a job?
Is fluent English required for your dream role?
Do you need a CV or a cover letter in English?
Are you preparing for a job interview right now and you know they’re going to test your language skills?
If the answer is YES, my FREE email course can help you.
English for Job Seekers – Why You Should Sign Up?
These are unprecedented times and I know how hard it is to find a job right now. The competition is tough and recruiters get hundreds of CVs for one position. It’s extremely important to stand out and show what you’re capable of.
If your native language is not English, the challenges may seem insurmountable. No-one ever taught us how to write a CV or how to get ready for a job interview in English.
And the truth is that it’s much more difficult to prepare for a recruitment process in a language that is not yours.
The whole process is so, so different. That means your preparation must be different as well.
In this 5-day email course, I’m going to teach you CV writing and interview preparation strategies that are specifically aimed at job seekers or career-changers whose native language is not English.
It’s packed full of tools and techniques, video lessons, audio training, CV templates, worksheets, and PDF guides.
Here’s some of what we’ll cover in my FREE 5-day email course:
You’ll learn how to write a compelling CV in English that helps you stand out from the crowd.
More importantly, I’ll show you the most effective strategy to pass the ATS (Applicant Tracking System) that recruiters use nowadays to scan CVs. Beating this software is your first step, even before a human recruiter reads your CV.
I’ll give you two ATS-compliant CV templates: one for university graduates and one for senior job seekers.
You’ll also get a video lesson where I’ll show you how to personalize these templates every time you apply for a different position.
You’ll find out why you should write a cover letter even if it’s not specifically required in the job ad, plus my 4 golden rules to follow about how and where to use your cover letter.
You’ll learn 4 easy steps to write an engaging and compelling cover letter in English.
Day 5 – English for Job Seekers
I’ll share the top 10 common interview questions with you as well as some suggestions on how to answer them.
Then you can also download my Job Interview Preparation Guide.
By the end of the 5-day course, you’ll have a CV and a cover letter in English, and you’ll have your answers prepared for the most common interview questions. That’s a lot.
Who is the course – English for Job Seekers – for?
The course is for you if you’re searching for a job:
- In your native country but with a recruitment process that means you need a CV and/or a cover letter in English
- Online, in case you want to work from home for an international company
- In an English-speaking country (maybe in Ireland in customer service? Or for a tech company in the USA?)
- In a non-English speaking country (Germany, the Netherlands, etc.) for a multinational company where English is mandatory to do your job.
Whether you’re a recent graduate or an experienced business professional, this course can help.
Who am I?
Hi! My name is Alexandra Kapinya and I’m a business English teacher specializing in CV writing and job interview preparation for job seekers and career-changers whose native language is not English.
My mission is super simple: I want you to feel ready and confident when the right opportunity arises and to help you improve your language skills so that you can land a job you love.
I have my home office in sunny Italy and I’m super happy to be able to teach the language I’m passionate about from a country I love. When my students succeed and they get the job they’ve dreamed of, I literally dance on the table and make a virtual toast with them. Sipping a glass of Chianti, of course (-:
I can’t wait to start working with you as well! See you in the free course.
Some practical information:
Each day, for 5 days in a row, you’ll receive the course content by email. You’re free to work through the course at your own pace.
It’s not just theory, though. You’ll get the chance to take action, download the templates and worksheets, and get your hands dirty (-:
Please note that this is a digital course, so I won’t be able to offer personalized help. If you want to work with me 1:1, or you need someone to correct your CV or cover letter, please check out my services page here.
And just to be super transparent here, I cannot guarantee that you will find a job after you have completed this course. Nobody can guarantee that.
Why am I offering this course for free?
First, I want to help out those who might have left their jobs during the pandemic. Second, I’ve seen so many amazing and talented candidates make mistakes during the recruitment process that I felt the urgent need to create something for them.
This free email course is part of my newsletter, so once the 5 days have passed, you’ll receive my biweekly emails about language learning and job searching tips like:
- Which language certificates do you really need?
- How can you learn business English with TED talks?
- How can you network in English to get a better job?
There’s no obligation, and you can unsubscribe anytime.
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