Coming across well in interviews is a real confidence booster when it comes to getting a job. These interview tips can help you bag rewarding opportunities in Youth Friendly Birmingham.
Get interview help
If you’re a young person living in Birmingham, you can find interview practice in all of these places:
Birmingham City Council can help support you to find a job, including help with application forms, interview practice and access to vacancies
Birmingham Careers Service is a free and friendly support service providing careers information, advice and guidance to young people aged 16 to 19 who are not in education, employment or training (NEET). If a young person has a learning difficulty and/or disability then we can help them until they are 25. We are part of Birmingham City Council and we work alongside other local services.
Young people aged 16 – 29 in Birmingham and Solihull who are looking for employment, education or training can access our one-to-one personalised support through the Youth Promise Plus project #promiseyoungfutures
Who else can help you prepare for interviews?
- The Work Coach at your nearest Jobcentre Plus
- Your college/university careers team
- The National Careers Service
They should all be able to help by giving you advice, answering any questions you have, and giving you the chance to test yourself and practice your interview skills.
Young Professional Training Programme
Wherever you live in the UK, Youth Employment UK has a free online Young Professional Training Programme you can take part in at your own pace. You’ll access a range of resources and get help with all aspects of job hunting including support with interviews.