Dress for Work staff offer job seekers job-readiness training suited to their individual needs.
These sessions can include modules on how to search for a job, compile a resume and respond to a job advertisement; how to make a good impression at an interview and; workplace soft skills, such as how to communicate effectively; problem solving and decision making etc.
What Our Partners Have to Say:
Dress for Work did an outstanding job at delivering two training modules on Interview Skills and Resume Writing to Year 9 students at Canterbury Boys High on May 19 and June 2, 2022.
Students benefited greatly and learnt about the requirements of the job seeking process, how to write an effective resume outlining skills and experiences, and how to adequately prepare for a job interview. They also developed confidence in the interview context by practising techniques learnt such as effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills.
Saleh delivered an engaging presentation and demonstrated the ability to be flexible and easily connect with students. This made all the difference to their learning, discussion and practise of key concepts in a short amount of time (2 workshops). It was great to see students gain in confidence and show a keen interest in thinking about and planning for their future career. I would highly recommend the Dress for Work program to my colleagues and other schools.