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Great Presentations for Interviews and Assessment Centres

Ellison Building, Room A002


Improve your chances of securing a placement or graduate position by learning how to create and confidently deliver a stand out presentation to impress observers and secure that job.

Learn why and how employers use presentations as part of their recruitment processes and what competencies and knowledge they are looking for you to demonstrate.  You will have the opportunity to read and discuss practice presentation questions.  You will also learn how to structure presentation and practice confidence delivery techniques.

This session is designed to make all participants feel comfortable and to support you in developing confident answers.  Your participation in the practice elements is optional.

If you require communication or access support please contact Careers & Employment to discuss ways of organising this, 

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Ellison Building, Room A002


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