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Careers

Contains 137 Videos

Self Management

Self Management

Are You Job Ready?

The ability to work independently is a crucial workplace skill that is noticed and appreciated by busy managers and supervisors. Employees who can set their own goals, manage their time and workload and take responsibility for their actions are...Show More
Planning and Organising

Planning and Organising

Are You Job Ready?

Organising and prioritising assigned tasks helps employees to work independently and take control of their own time and workload. When tasks are well-planned and ordered by urgency, it is easier to identify when help is needed, which saves time...Show More
Learning for Work

Learning for Work

Are You Job Ready?

Learning is a lifelong skill. Far beyond their initial workplace training, employees must keep learning to stay up-to-date and adapt to changing technologies. Therefore, recognising individual learning styles is important, as Dan finds out when...Show More
Not Being Yourself or Having Questions

Not Being Yourself or Having Questions

10 Things Not to Do in an Interview

A strange bearded man in a lady’s nightdress called Granny? A six-year-old wooden boy boasting years of experience running leisure centres? Carol Peters runs one of her own, and is interviewing job candidates, but she’s beginning to wonder...Show More
Lateness and Poor Presentation

Lateness and Poor Presentation

10 Things Not to Do in an Interview

Carol Peters doesn’t have much time for recruiting in the cut and thrust of managing a leisure centre. So she’s taken on the services of Enchanted Fairyland Employment Agency, but candidates like Wicked Queen (Becs), Hansel (minus Gretel) and...Show More
Negativity and Nerves

Negativity and Nerves

10 Things Not to Do in an Interview

Rapunzel bombed out when Carol Peters interviewed her for a leisure centre position. Years of captivity and her ultimate rescue paint a perfect picture of resilience, problem-solving know-how and willingness to work in a team…but she didn’t...Show More
Lack of Preparation and Research

Lack of Preparation and Research

10 Things Not to Do in an Interview

Carol Peters is always prepared and she expects the same in prospective employees. Alas, most of the candidates from Enchanted Fairyland Employment Agency, including Wicked Queen, BB Wolf, Rapunzel, Hansel and Gretel, did no research into her...Show More
Poor Communication and Body Language

Poor Communication and Body Language

10 Things Not to Do in an Interview

Enchanted Fairyland Employment Agency candidates stack up like a lesson in how-to and how-not-to, in terms of communication during a job interview. Sitting opposite is Carol Peters, dealing with a snoozing Rapunzel, an awkward “Granny”,...Show More
Teamwork

Teamwork

Are You Job Ready?

Working in a team brings together colleagues with diverse experiences and knowledge skills from all over. These insights are invaluable in the workplace, especially when things go wrong. Even though Dan ’has just started working at the...Show More
Problem Solving

Problem Solving

Are You Job Ready?

Taking the care and time to gather information and analyse a situation could be the pivotal steps that prevent workplace injuries and unhappy customers. Even though Lucy is eager to do well at her new job, she quickly learns that she doesn’t...Show More
Communication

Communication

Are You Job Ready?

Communication in the workplace is more than speaking and listening, as Emma, Lucy and Martin quickly learn. Whether you are serving a customer, receiving instructions, or being assertive in the interests of safety, understanding messages and...Show More
How They Did It: Pathways to Amazing Jobs

How They Did It: Pathways to Amazing Jobs

Viewers meet four young, enthusiastic professionals who talk about their careers and the choices they made leading to their current jobs. Students hear from Chrissy Rutherford, a fashion editor for Harper’s Bazaar digital magazine; Gene Back, a...Show More
Fashion Design Careers

Fashion Design Careers

Do You Have What It Takes?

Join eight up-and-coming fashion designers as they discuss the characteristics, traits, and skills needed to make it in the fashion industry. Candid interviews with young designers tackle questions about careers in fashion design, including,...Show More
Child Development Careers

Child Development Careers

Catch a glimpse into a variety of careers that work directly with the growth and development of children. The Child Development Careers programme allows viewers to discover the benefits and challenges of working with children through personal...Show More
Job Interviews

Job Interviews

What Your Boss Wants

Job interviews are a great way to make a good first impression. In this collection we hear from industry insiders in hospitality, business, health, and manufacturing about the best way to prepare for, and perform well at the interview.
Your Probationary Period

Your Probationary Period

What Your Boss Wants

How do employers assess a new employee at the end of the probationary period? In this collection, experts talk about strategies used when a new employee isn’t performing as expected, rewards given when targets are exceeded, and training...Show More
The Induction Process

The Induction Process

What Your Boss Wants

Congratulations - you’ve got the job! In this collection, recruiters in business, hospitality, health, and manufacturing industries talk about the induction process, the probationary period, what’s expected of a new employee, the type of...Show More
Job Applications

Job Applications

What Your Boss Wants

A good job application can help a candidate stand out from the rest, so what are the key elements? In this collection, industry experts across the field talk about the job application process from recruiting to social media checks in the...Show More
Environmental Practices at Work: Office

Environmental Practices at Work: Office

Environmental sustainability is about designing and implementing practices and processes within a workplace that do not waste or exhaust natural resources or cause ecological damage. It not only minimises an organisation’s environmental...Show More
Psychometric Testing and Employment

Psychometric Testing and Employment

Psychometric testing is a key stage in the recruitment process for many employers. Understanding what’s involved in the testing process can prove invaluable for employee candidates. This interview-led documentary style programme explains what...Show More
The World of Work

The World of Work

Do we live to work or work to live? The universal struggle to find a balance between work and life outside work is explored in this engaging, street-style programme. People from a diverse range of industries are asked about their work and how...Show More
Learning Pathways for Careers

Learning Pathways for Careers

The workforce is constantly changing. Career pathways take many twists and turns during the course of an individual’s life. Today, most jobs or careers involve a requirement for initial and ongoing learning and training. This program explores...Show More
Playing Your Part 2: Workplace Relationships

Playing Your Part 2: Workplace Relationships

Daily life in just about any workplace involves regular interaction with colleagues through different forms of communication. Developing effective workplace relationships is essential for an organisation’s productivity, for positive staff...Show More
The Resort Representative

The Resort Representative

The importance of resort representatives in the tourism industry cannot be overstated. They are the individuals who deal at the front line with customers, attending to a range of needs, ensuring their holiday runs smoothly and that their...Show More
The Resort Office

The Resort Office

The resort office is the hub of any resort. It is where hotel reservations are processed, rooming lists issued and transfers arranged. It is the focal point for hoteliers and other suppliers, such as excursion providers and venue owners – and...Show More