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CBCC Brave Return to Work – Interview Skills – using ChatGPT

March 6 @ 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm

Mastering Interview Success with ChatGPT: A Practical Guide for Job Seekers

Nailing an interview is crucial as it’s often the decisive factor in job selection. It’s your opportunity to make a strong first impression, showcase your skills, and demonstrate how you fit the company’s needs. Excelling in an interview can differentiate you from other candidates, highlighting your professionalism, preparedness, and suitability for the role. It’s a critical step in securing employment and advancing your career.

This session is to run by Jo Johnston, a Management Consultant at Collappor8. Collappor8 are heavily reliant on AI. AI is used at Collappor8 to improve their work outcomes, speed, and client affordability. Jo Johnston wants to share some more practical uses for job seekers. The bonus is that this can be done all for FREE.


    : We aim to empower unemployed individuals by enhancing their interview skills using ChatGPT.
  • Target Audience: The program is designed for job seekers wanting to improve their job prospects.
  • Overview of ChatGPT: You will be introduced to ChatGPT, and we will be explaining what it is and how it can be a useful tool for learning and practicing interview skills.


  • Curriculum Outline:
    • Basic Communication Skills: Teaching how to use ChatGPT to improve general communication skills, which are crucial for interviews.
    • Mock Interviews: Instructions on how to conduct mock interviews with ChatGPT, including how to get feedback on responses and body language tips.
    • Customised Scenarios: Show how ChatGPT can help users practice for specific job roles or industries, tailoring the conversation to relevant topics.
    • Overcoming Common Interview Challenges: Use ChatGPT to simulate difficult interview questions and scenarios, teaching strategies to handle them effectively.

    Interactive Learning: Emphasise the interactive nature of learning with ChatGPT, where users can get immediate feedback and practice in a safe, non-judgmental environment.

  • Accessibility and Flexibility: Highlight that the program is accessible online, allowing participants to learn at their own pace and convenience.
  • Support and Guidance: Sign up to the Brave Project and be assigned a human mentor or other resources for further learning.

We look forward to seeing you there!


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This project is delivered with the support of NSW Government.


March 6
12:00 pm - 12:45 pm
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