Dress for the job you want – make sure you are smart and presentable. First impressions count!
Research the company and industry. Check their website and social media for up-to-date information.
Practice your answers and showcase your best skills and abilities.
Give them a example of a time you used the skills you’ve mentioned:
“While I was studying at Bridgend College, I used my communication & team work skills every day with my fellow students, creating and discussing a project”
Know your strengths and weaknesses
Plan your journey
Read all the information you have been sent
Practice your interview style
Manage your nerves
Be confident, polite, and clear – build a rapport
Remember that your body language, voice and appearance is how you communicate
The questions – relate your skills to the job (Situation, Task, Action, Result)
Be positive about any gaps in experience or weaknesses – explain how you can fill these gaps with transferable skills etc.
Have a question to ask at the end.