The class deals with how you prepare for an interview.
The first key for any interview is preparation. You never get a second chance to make a good first impression. The more you prepare for the interview, the more confident and relaxed you will feel.
Good preparation steps are taking Maintenance Best’s classes, looking at the target company’s website, seeing if you can find out any news about the company, and trying to do a dry run with someone you trust.
The class covers rules for the big moment like showing up early and what to wear for the interview. We also cover things like non-verbal communication, how to listen, and providing a format for answering questions.
For answers, couch them in What – How – Results. What did you do? How did you do it? And what were the Results? You also what to display enthusiasm, the reasons for hiring you, and you can tout the training you received from Maintenance Best.
There are some routine questions they will ask in an interview, but you should also be prepared for the “off-guard” question just in case.
You should always ask questions to demonstrate interest and send them a thank you afterwards.