28.06.2022 | 09:30 - 12:30

Workshop Successful Interview Techniques

On Tuesday, 28th of June, the HMGU Career Center invites you to the Successful Interview Technique by Sarah Blackford.

This workshop will teach you successful interview technique and other forms of professional self-presentation need to be mastered in order to create a positive impression to potential employers, both in person and on-line.

The workshop will include confidential practice interview exercises, with the opportunity to give and receive feedback so that participants will feel more confident to present themselves in person and on-line.

In this workshop you will:

  • understand the interview process and how to create a positive impression;
  • have considered the types of interview and how to consider and answer the questions in an effective manner;
  • feel more confident about communicating their skills and strengths in an interview;
  • have had the opportunity to practice some interview techniques;
  • have formulated a personal action plan to follow up after the workshop.

Participation requires a pre-course task that will be sent to you one week prior to the workshop.

Come join us for this workshop and learn how to present yourself at your best during job interviews!

Please note: The workshop is limited to a maximum of 20 participants and registration is on a "first come, first serve" basis. Our "Workshop Participation Cancellation Policy" applies.

Please register here.


About the tutor

Sarah Blackford is a qualified higher education careers adviser (MA, Warwick University) and an honorary teaching fellow (Lancaster University) with a background in scientific research and publishing. A Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA), Sarah specialises in providing career development education to PhD students and postdoctoral researchers and has been delivering career workshops and one-to-one coaching for over 20 years in research institutions, universities, EU consortia and doctoral training programmes. Her workshops are broadly based on her book, ‘Career planning for research bioscientists’, and much of her advice and resources are published on her blog, www.biosciencecareers.org. As a registered practitioner with the Career Development Institute and active member of the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services
(AGCAS), Sarah adheres to a recognised ethical code of practice.  


Organizer: Helmholtz Munich
Referent: Sarah Blackford
Timeframe: 28.06.2022 | 09:30 - 12:30
Place: Online Workshop