Ace That Job Interview

 

You are attending a job interview!... How do you look right and sound good? How do you articulate your thoughts convincingly and effectively?  How do you ask the right pertinent questions to show your interest in the organisation? And how do you answer difficult questions thrown at you with ease and confidence?

 

Overview

This 1-day hands-on media-based training workshop will put you through the rigours of a live television interview to get you out of your comfort zone. Get through the tough terrain and you’re on your way to landing your dream job! 

 

Learning Outcomes

  • Verbal communication
    • How to speak well and avoid sounding Singlish. It will include common pronunciation and grammatical mistakes and useful pronunciation tips.
  • Non-verbal communication
    • Body language, facial expressions, posture, appearance and attire. It will also include the non-verbal elements of speech - such as the use of pitch, pace and stress, and even speaking style.
  • Live camera sessions
    • Giving participants practical hands-on experience on interviewing and being interviewed with immediate feedback and analysis.

 

(Duration) Date

(1 Days) -

 

Time

9:00am to 6:00pm

 

Fees (Inclusive of 7% GST)

Application Fee: S$32.10

Course Fee: S$642.00

 

TRAINER PROFILE

Rosmawati Sulaiman has been in the broadcast media for more than 30 years, nearly half of those as a TV reporter. She was a familiar face on the nightly news programmes, covering major political and economic stories locally and abroad. She later went on to head Mediacorp’s Reporting unit as its assignments editor, coordinating the daily coverage of news events.

In 1999, with the launch of Channel NewsAsia, Rosmawati led a pioneer team of editors and producers to set up its website providing real-time news and information. After five years as its chief editor, she returned to the English TV News department as Executive Editor to help improve its news operations and content delivery. Her role was soon expanded to include the training of reporters and producers.

In 2008, Rosmawati was made Channel NewsAsia’s news trainer. Apart from conducting various levels of journalism training, she also coordinated the training needs for the news division.  She formalised a basic TV journalism programme for new reporters and producers and organised in-house courses on news writing and studio production, video editing, news reporting, live shoots and interview techniques. She produced a monthly checklist of on-air pronunciation and grammatical errors for reporters and producers and conducted personalised pronunciation and voice training workshops.

Rosmawati has been developing and running media training courses with the Singapore Media Academy since 2012. The courses range from news production to media management.

 

 

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