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- HealthForceOntario runs workshops to help IEHPs prepare for job interviews
- Settlement.Org resources on “Job Interviews”
- Government of Canada – Job Bank: “How do I prepare for an interview?”
- Government of Ontario: Employment Ontario
- CanadianCareers.com: “Interview Guide”
- The Government of Alberta: Interview Tip Sheet – includes the four Ps of a successful interview: Prepare, Practice, Present, and Participate
- LiveCareer website: “Ten Rules for Job Interview Success” (note: number 8 is not normally part of an interview for a job in the Canadian healthcare context)
- The Balance website: “How to Ace a Job Interview” – this resource takes you through the interview process including before, during, and after an interview
- The Guardian: Job Interview Preparation – includes helpful interview tips, particularly in the “After the interview” section
- TalentEgg website: “10 Tips to Help You Prepare for a Job Interview”
In the design of this course we hoped to achieve the following objectives:
- Understand common communication issues that can impact the interview process
- Consider strategies to help you prepare for a job interview
- Understand some of the expectations before, during, and after a job interview in Canada
- Have tools to develop responses to interview questions
You’ve completed the course!
We hope that you found it helpful and thought-provoking.
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