Job Interview Training Service

Your fabulous resume or networking contact may land you a job interview—now what? Can you introduce yourself in 60 seconds? Can you answer the behavioral interview questions effectively? The interview is your opportunity to shine and show the employer your true potential. The most important thing is to be fully prepared and maximize your opportunity to get the position. You have to prove you meet the employer’s needs during the interview. Shine Canada’s job interview training will ensure you stand out among the candidates and ace any job interview.
Shine Canada’s interview training includes;
One-on-one intensive training (90 minutes)
One-on-one mock interview (60 minutes)

Shine Canada’s Job Interview Training

1) Knowing Yourself

Before you know yourself, how can you introduce yourself? It is said when people meet someone for the first time, they make 90% of their mind up about him/her in the first 90 seconds. The 90/90 rule. The first impression at the interview is up to how you introduce yourself. In order to gain interview skills, self-assessment is crucial, which will lead you to identify your transferable skills and achievements that you can confidently talk to the interviewer as well as to identify your strengths & weaknesses. At the training, we assess your skills of:


  • Decision-making
  • Leadership
  • Ownership
  • Problem solving
  • Organization
  • Multitasking
  • Interpersonal
  • Team building
  • Time management



After self-assessment, you will learn how to introduce yourself. After the training, you will be ready to answer to the question of “Tell me about yourself” with confidence.


2) Behavioural Interview Practice

In behavioural interview, the interviewer will ask you “What would you do if you were in such a situation?” and learn if he hires you, you would do the same thing at work. So the questions are much related to the current issues that the company has or the past problems that the company took time to solve. Then how would you answer effectively and impressively? You need to demonstrate that you possess what an employer needs. In behavioural interview, you tell your experiences and accomplishments using the technique of STAR:


S: Situation T: Target or Task A: Approach R: Result


All behavioural interviews should be answered in the order of the above mentioned. Briefly describe the situation you faced and the task you accomplished, then explain the action you tool and the positive results you achieved. STAR makes your answer very logical as well as impressive.Learning how to answer effectively will ensure you stand out and ace any interview.


After learning techniques, you will practice behavioural interview with our instructors.


3) Negotiation

Salary negotiation is the most difficult part of your interview. You do not want to be discounted on and want to be fairly valued as a team member. Including salary negotiation, we will teach you how to negotiate various benefits with an employer.


4) Follow-up

After the interview, you just sit and wait for the result? If you don’t take any action, nothing will happen to you. Think about how many candidates had the same interview as you had on the day. We’ll teach you how to follow up the interview and how you should be prepared for the next step.


5) Mock Interview

At the end of the session, we will interview you as a candidate of the position that you want to get. This will be one week after the one-on-one training. The mock interview is 60 minutes and very intensive. Please come to the mock interview wearing suites and fully prepared (practice, practice and practice!).


Call or E-mail us to arrange for a confidential
consultation assessment with us in our office, by phone or Skype.