• ECCO NextGen Global Programme 2020 – Meet Christina
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    ECCO NextGen Global Programme 2020 – Meet Christina

    [MUSIC PLAYING] CHRISTINA: Graduating from university can involve some uncertainty. That was the case for me when I finished my master’s degree in finance. I was still hungry to learn and wanted to challenge myself and find my true passion. So I applied for ECCO’s NextGen program. Looking back, I’m happy that I did, because I’ve been given the chance to define my own career. As an ECCO NextGen, you develop a huge amount of respect for craftsmanship and innovation behind ECCO’s products. You start to see yourself and your role in a broader perspective within a global business setup. So, if you’re ambitious, open to new things, and able…

  • 8 Smart Questions To Ask Hiring Managers In A Job Interview
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    8 Smart Questions To Ask Hiring Managers In A Job Interview

    – Hi there, it’s JT and welcome back to Work It Daily. In today’s video, I’m going to give you eight smart questions to ask hiring managers in job interviews. But before I do that, I just wanna remind you to click the link below to subscribe and hit the bell to get instant notifications every time we create new career content to help you get ahead. Alright, so what do you do when you’re in an interview and we get to that end where the hiring manager looks at you and says, “Do you have any questions for me?” Well, of course you do! In fact, it is very…

  • How to Answer: Tell Me About Yourself.
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    How to Answer: Tell Me About Yourself.

    This lesson covers the dreaded “tell me about yourself” question. You hate this question, all of my clients hate this question, but it’s a question that starts off 99% of job interviews. I highly recommend spending some time on this question because it’s going can make a world of difference to your interview performance and your results. Let’s get started. Why does every interviewer ask this question? Along with variations like walk me through your background, tell me more about you, it sounds like a harmless way to start a job interview. It’s very open-ended, not particularly difficult, everybody should know a little something about themselves that they can talk…

  • Selina – Business Administration Trainee
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    Selina – Business Administration Trainee

    [MUSIC]>>INTERVIEWER: Hi Selina, thanks for doing the video today.>>SELINA: No worries!>>Can you please tell me what qualifications you’re doing as part of your traineeship?>>Uh, yep, so I’m a trainee in the planning department and I’m currently doing a Certificate 3 in business administration.>>Excellent. And how did you actually get this job at the Casey City Council?>>So what I did was I was just looking online and I came across, um, an advertisement, and I just applied for that. I got a call next day and I had a few interviews and… yeah! That’s what happened. >>Great! So you’re with a group training company, ATEP?>>Yep!>>How was the interview process with them?…

  • Curtin Law School.. in the heart of the Perth courts precinct!
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    Curtin Law School.. in the heart of the Perth courts precinct!

    >>This is an amazing building that we’ve been given here in the heart of the city, a National Trust treasure with an enormous history and it works very well as a law school.>>I’m currently in my third year at Curtin University studying Law in International Relations which is a double degree. I found that the Moot Court in the city location was really helpful in helping our team prepare for the Asia-Pacific rounds of a Mooting competition that we won in India. We’re now off to the world finals in Mexico and I found that the Moot Court was really helpful in our oral preparation in front of a judge…

  • Record number of Indigenous law students graduate from UWA
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    Record number of Indigenous law students graduate from UWA

    As a Noongar person, I very strongly I’ve always been aware of the justice issues that our people face. Mainly including the high incarceration rates and just generally access the justice issues. So when it came to choosing something to do I always thought the law would be a potential option. I was lucky enough to get through to the Aboriginal Pre-Law program that’s run through the UWA School of Indigenous Studies. Ever since then I’ve done some work in some different legal organisations such as Legal Aid and the Attorney-General’s Office in Canberra. And I’ve ended up graduating and working in a firm that works in Native Title. It’s…

  • Cadets, apprentices and trainees info night
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    Cadets, apprentices and trainees info night

    My name’s Dom O’Heir and I’m the Governance trainee here at council. My name’s Amelia. I’m currently a Development Assessment Planner, however, I originally started out as a Cadet Town Planner. I think the information night it’s a really helpful way to get a sense of whether you’d really like to apply. It gave you some really good context of what to expect throughout the interview process. Told you some really good tips about how to prepare your resume. It’s given me a clear direction as to where I’d like to take my career. Just go for it! You’ve got nothing to lose.

  • James – School based IDMT Traineeship
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    James – School based IDMT Traineeship

    Hi James. How are you? Good. Can you tell me what traineeship you completed? A Certificate III in IT with Lightmare Studios. Great. How long ago did you complete? Two years ago. Fantastic. And, with your traineeship, do you remember how you started? I applied through school, after a school presentation they did, and I looked them up, and researched them a bit and then decided it was what I want to do. Great, and how did you find the interview process? Yeah, it was good. Sort of filtered out the bad kids and the good kids. Yeah, it was pretty good. Yeah, and you made it, so that is…

  • Why Use An Apprentice & Trainee Services Provider?
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    Why Use An Apprentice & Trainee Services Provider?

    I’m an employer the hires apprentices and trainees to learn a trade and get a qualification We’re an apprentice and trainee services provider Sometimes known as a group training company and we hire apprentices and trainees to learn a trade and get a qualification. I pay their wages, super and workers comp… Well, we pay their wages, super and workers comp… and all the allowances are entitled too. Yes I mean…I make sure they go to TAFE, and I make sure they learn on the job. Well we make sure they go to TAFE and make sure they learn on the job too. So it sounds like we do the…