Dunnfc Posted August 13, 2009 Share Posted August 13, 2009 Hey guys, I'm 18 just come out of school, and i have sent over 150 letters to construction companies with my CV, many replys back saying excellent CV and letter but we are unable to offer something due to the economic downturn. Anyways Tuesday i got a letter through expecting it to be a rejection, but it's an interview for a an apprentership in site joinery. Ive always wanted to work in joinery, this is proven by my level 2 nvq which i got a distinction for 2 years ago when at college before i stayed on at school , and basically with it being so hard in the construction industry to get anything the pressure is really on to nail this job, however i know the is many applicants being interivewed the same day, some older than me and im ###### it. I know to bring my CV, interivew letter, cetificates of my NVQ, to the interview. I know to go in and shake the interivewees hands and saying what a pleasure to meet them. To sound enthusiastic and say how much it would mean to me to get the job. Any tips guys, perfect interviews? Cheers Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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