Coaching for Interview has helped many hundreds of people prepare for interview. Our clients include those seeking promotion, changing jobs, recent graduates applying for their first role and professionals returning to work after a career break. We have worked with public, private and voluntary sectors and draw on first-hand knowledge of job requirements and selection processes across all sectors.
Coaching for Interview supports clients in their preparation for interview. We ensure you know and understand the selection process, how to interpret questions including competency-based questions, and are practiced and prepared but never rehearsed.
The graduate service is designed to assist recent graduates securing their first professional job. We offer a service intended to support you through each stage of the process and to prepare thoroughly for employer graduate programmes.
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“My interview prep involved Coaching for Interview analysing the vacancy and sending me the possibly questions. I had time to think about my answers so no tricks there. I then spent 1.5 hours practising my responses with Coaching for Interview, they asked me questions, stopped me with suggestions, helped me find the right words and I left with a mind map (1 sheet of paper with trigger words which was all I needed for interview). I would still be foundering with interviews had I not made that phone call. Highly recommended.”
“I have just been offered 2 jobs! I can’t believe that having had 12 interviews in 6 months and been unsuccessful in all it only took 3 hours with PCT to get 2 offers from 2 interviews. Theresa: thank you, thank you thank you: I will not hesitate to recommend your services to anyone (in my case Graduate engineer) struggling with interviews”.
“Mind mapping in preparation for job interviews has proved to be a complete revelation which has improved my performance and my confidence significantly”
“…when it came to prepping for interview, Theresa’s one-to-one sessions were brilliant. I was able to practise presenting before meeting the interview panel – a real confidence booster.”