Interviewing Skills Training Course Material$79.00 Get all the training course materials needed to present your own interviewing skills training course. Instantly available, saving you time and money. 100% customizable, ready for any opportunity. Brand as your own, just add your logo. 84 Powerpoint slides, to deliver the course. 43-page participant manual, to guide learning. 8 train-the-trainer guides, to add extra value. Interviewing Skills Training Course Material quantity Add to cart SKU: IS Category: Management Courses Description How to present your own training courses on interviewing skills Creating training course material on interviewing skills can feel overwhelming. Especially, when you don’t have a lot of time on your hands. So many things to consider. Powerpoint presentation slide decks. Participant manuals. Exercises. Tests. Want an easier solution? You can use these training course materials to present your own training courses on interviewing skills. This interviewing skills training course will meet the challenges faced by line staff, human resource professionals, general managers, and senior executives in all sectors of the industry. The contents explore techniques required to successfully participate in various types of interviews. Let’s explore what you will receive. Learning objectives At the end of this training course your participants will be able to: Understand the importance of the interview. Identify the main types of interviews. Introduce an effective interview process. Understand different types of questioning and listening skills. Identify and be able to avoid biases in interviewing. Use four main types of interviews (e.g., recruitment, performance appraisal, counseling, and grievance/discipline). Course overview By better understanding interviewing skills that power many organizational activities, this course will help course participants to utilize these skills within a variety of settings. Course participants will learn the basics of interviewing skills, zoom in on questioning and listening skills and gain a real understanding of how these skills can be applied. The course is for people serious about developing their interviewing skills, and who are ready to bring their learning to the next level. Course outline Below, we break down how you can present the 5 key sections of this training course. 1. Start by talking about interviewing skills Great interviewing skills are something easily communicated in person. And, if you get your audience to develop these skills, you offer a solution that will make their lives easier. As your audience demands useful and practical content, you should use the content provided to: Explore what is an interview. Discuss the main types of interviews that occur within companies. Examine the different skills that are needed (e.g., questioning and listening skills). As you share this content, you’ll realize how practical the content is. Share personal experiences to reinforce these skills in action. 2. Zoom-in on questioning and listening skills If your audience doesn’t have great questioning and listening skills, they are missing out on so many opportunities. Simply put, your audience needs to develop these skills. Whether you’re delivering this course to a large or small audience, you will need to spend time: Discussing active and reflective listening skills. Detailing various types of questioning skills. Aim to create an atmosphere that builds trust with your audience. And, show them how you’re offering solutions to their needs. 3. Focus on the recruitment interview Recruitment interviews are the main area that people think of when they hear the word ‘interview’. Like the food that keeps us all alive, recruitment interviews often are the mainstay of interview skills training courses within companies as well. Why? Well, recruitment interviews ensure that the company gets the staff that they need to power the organization forward. As a result, it is a priority to get these skills right. Understandable? Of course. You can use the content provided to discuss the effectiveness of a recruitment interview. The content explores this from the perspectives of both the interviewer and the candidate. 4. Don’t forget about the grievance/discipline interview It’s easy to overlook the role of interviewing skills in grievance/discipline settings. Especially, when this is within small to medium-sized enterprises that do not have formal systems in place. However, the grievance and discipline interview is of such considerable importance within a company that it deserves particular attention. Use the content to highlight shared skills across various types of interviewing settings. The course content, supported by examples, will link key aspects of recruitment interviews together. 5. Learning to handle poor performance Lots of people learn to be successful at recruitment interviews but still struggle in interview settings that involve performance appraisal skills. You can use the content provided to focus on how interviews can handle poor performance. Areas include: Goal setting. Training. Dissatisfactions. Discipline. Reorganizing. Management. Outside agencies. The job. Peer pressure. This course increases the human resource management skills and recruitment and selection skills of your audience. What you’ll get 84 Powerpoint slides, to deliver the course. 43-page participant manual, to guide learning. 8 train-the-trainer guides, to add extra value. Practical exercises, to enhance all learning. Further reading list, for your course participants. Course evaluation form, tests, and action plan. Easy to present, no experience required. Order now $79.00Add to cart Free train-the-trainer guides With all Oak Innovation training course products, you’ll receive 8 free train-the-trainer guides that will add extra value to your training courses. Training icebreakers How to select training materials Training games How to increase participation Learning how to improve your questioning skills How to improve your listening skills Learn how to deal with difficult people How to evaluate training courses What our customers say I would like to take this opportunity to express my learning experience for Oak Innovation. I really enjoyed the way, methodology, and contents of the course. The course contents are enriched with practical exercises, examples, problem-solving models, and key definitions. It also puts flash on further reading, materials, and books to be consulted for in-depth exposure of the subject topic. Hence I strongly recommend this course to the professionals of various sectors of the industries because it will enable and upgrade them from the ordinary level of skills to breakthrough level of skills. Professionals can enjoy cost-effective management training solutions in their industry. Farhan Majeed Country Consultant GIIM-Pakistan Explore more customer stories Limited time offer Get access to training content for 50+ courses, 100% customizable and instantly available. Free updates for life. See the course list here $4,108.00 $520.00Add to cart Frequently asked questions What are the main types of interviews within the workplace? The main types of interviews within the workplace are: Recruitment. Performance appraisal. Counseling. Grievance/discipline. What is a simple interview process? A simple and easy to use interviewing skills process includes: Greet. Acquire. Supply. Depart. What are the main types of active listening skills? The main types of active listening skills are: Door Openers. Encouraging. Acknowledging. Affirmation. Open Questions. Checking. Clarification. Extension. What are the four types of reflective listening skills? The four types of reflective listening skills are: Paraphrasing. Reflection of meaning. Reflection of feeling. Summary reflection. What are the benefits of excellent listening skills? The benefits of excellent listening skills are: Learn about beliefs, feelings, and attitudes. Gather factual information. Avoid misunderstandings. Clearer picture of staff issues. What are the main types of interview questions? The main types of interview questions are: Direct or closed. Leading. Topic-changing. Probing and developing. Open-ended. Reflecting back. What are the main biases that can occur during the selection process? The main biases that can occur during the selection process are: Expectancy. Primacy. Information seeking. Contrast or quota. Horns/Halo. Stereotyping. Can I edit the content and add my company logo? Yes. You can now add your own logo and customize the course content freely using Microsoft Word and Powerpoint. You can also deliver the course materials where, when and as often as needed. Kay FitzgeraldKay Fitzgerald is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Oak Innovation. With 25 + years of experience in the training and development industry, Kay inherently understands the need for instantly available, practical, and customizable training course materials.