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Application training

Application Training

When you apply for a new job you “advertise yourself” in the truest sense of the word. Our application training will support you here! It starts with your application documents (CV, application and cover letter, certificates), which should be perfectly matched to your personality. Social media profiles (Xing, LinkedIn etc.) are also part of the application documents.

The packaging itself is not everything, in order to be successful in the job market. Equally important is your individual application strategy and a well-planned advertising campaign. Applying in the open job market via adverts should only be part of your application strategy.

It is much more important to work on the hidden job market. These are the positions which are not officially advertised by the companies, and where your competition is lower as a result.

Once you have progressed to the interview stage, your need to be able to “sell yourself” in a high-impact way. The first step in the direction of your desired salary is optimum preparation of salary negotiations.

What we can do for you:

  • Search of of relevant companies with our Automatic Search Tool
  • Preparation of your application documents (CV, application and covering letter)
  • Creation and analysis of service/work certificates
  • Social Media Check (Xing, LinkedIn)
  • Setting out your application strategy and planning your application campaign
  • Network analysis and activating your personal career network
  • Preparation for the job interview/hearing with video analysis (on request) and body language feedback
  • Salary negotiation training

Our service is targeted at experts and managers as well as people who want to set up and run their own companies.

I am looking forward to getting to know you in a free initial discussion!

Michael Hanschitz

Ps: You can read more information on New/Outplacement here.

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Mag.(FH) Michael Hanschitz

+43 1 997 80 74


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