This year, we’re taking our ever-popular webinar series on the road to a place near you. Whether you’re getting ready for your next position, a specialty training program, or locum work, we can provide you with free intensive training to help you maximise your career potential.
If you are part of an RMO association, or a group of health professionals interested in learning more about CVs and Interviews, these seminars would be ideal for you. They are applicable to doctors, nurses, allied health, dental, students, and other health professionals. Naturally, we’d love to be able to travel everywhere to help more people build their careers, but we do have some requirements in terms of minimum numbers of attendees. That said, we will be mirroring these live seminars with webinars in the coming months.
One or more trainers
Food and refreshments
A venue if required (though the preference is a self-provided venue)
Post seminar support
Extra bonuses for RMO Associations
To register your interest, complete the form at the bottom of this page. We’ll be in touch to discuss next steps and potential dates.
The topics we can cover are:
In this two part seminar, we cover the following topics, and then break into two groups for ‘speed interview’ training – a highly effective, and fun way to polish your interview skills.
-The best ways to prepare for interviews
-Gathering invaulable intelligence about the interviewers and the process
-Recruiter interview secrets
-How to deal with cliche questions
-How to answer difficult and baffling questions
-Coping with nerves and bad experiences
-Questions no interviewer can legally ask you
-How to deal with money talk
In this seminar, we’ll give you some tools to create a CV for your next job application.
-The obvious mistakes to avoid on your CV
-What to include on your CV, and what you should never include
-Creating points of differentiation to stand out in the application process
-Developing an action plan to revolutionise your CV straight away
-How to tailor and customise your CV for different employers or applications
-Why your clinical CV needs to be understandable to a non-clinical reader
-Writing Cover letters
-Optional practical CV writing session
After the session, you’ll receive a free CV template, an an eBook
Locuming and Casual Work
Do you know what it takes to maximise your income as a locum? In this seminar, we cover:
Negotiating pay and added extras
When to use a locum recruitment agency (and when not to)
Indicative pay rates by specialty
Minimum requirements to locum
About the trainer
Shaun Hughston has been part of the medical recruitment industry since 2003. He has been a JMO Manager, and recruited healthcare professionals for government, private health companies, Defence, and the oil and gas sector. Having interviewed countless health professionals, and endured thousands of medical CVs, he brings a unique view on what you need to do to make small changes that will make a big difference to your career prospects. Shaun is the Managing Director of Beat Medical, a healthcare recruitment and locum agency, based in Wollongong, Australia.
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