PODCAST: Tips for Your Apprenticeship Interview … Including the “Dos” and “Don’ts”

PODCAST: Tips for Your Apprenticeship Interview … Including the “Dos” and “Don’ts”

In this episode of Franklin Apprenticeships’ AutoMOtive! Apprentice podcast series, we talk to Scott Turnbaugh, Franklin’s lead Career Agent, and Robin Ferguson, a 20+ year automotive industry veteran, about how to prepare for your interview — in addition to interview dos and don’ts — so you are ready to ace it.

Congratulations! You’ve made it to the interview phase of your journey to become an automotive apprentice.

But as a dislocated worker gearing up for a new profession in a different industry, it can be daunting to go through an interview process after many years.  We also realize you might be feeling a bit out of practice when it comes to doing interviews. But we want to reassure you —you can do this!

As your advocate, we act as your sports agent, and represent you to employers. Our goal is to find your perfect match — the employer that is your best fit.  And, we want to help you nail the interview with the employer that’s right for you.

So in this podcast, we’ve got you covered. We talk about how to prepare for the interview, and provide a few “dos and don’ts” so you can feel confident in your interview.

Here are the questions we will answer:

  •     How will our recruiters/career agents work with you throughout this process? (1:54)
  •     Do candidates have to pay for Franklin Apprenticeships’ services? (2:43)
  •     What are our interview recommendations for applicants? (3:01)
  •     What are some major interview killers? What should candidates avoid when interviewing? (5:00)

Need some help prepping for your interview? Then click here to find out how to move one step closer to your new career. Or contact us to shift your search for a brand new career into high gear today! 

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