Written Communicating Skills - Summary of your Understanding of the topic.

The following 5 questions cover the main topics in this module unit.

What's required is for you to summarise the content (DO NOT just copy/paste the content, or you shall be doing it again in your own time).

The theory task:

One slide for each topic is good, maybe two if needed.

The heading is the question (which you may copy/paste).

The outcome is that you show an understanding of the module unit.

If you want to add an image, or images. All is good.

The font height is 12pt.

Use a cover slide, with your name and the module unit title.

DO NOT animate your slides. But you can colour them.

When completed, hand in your work for assessment, as directed. Then you move onto the next module topic.

Handins (e) robert.mill@det.nsw.edu.au - use the subject line always. The subject of this module topic is the module unit's title.

Late handins are 10% per day, including weekends, with a 200 word essay titled "How Can I Better Manage My Own Learning"

The due by date/time is: Thursday _____ at 15:20 hours.

Late handins are 10% per day, including weekends, with a 200 word essay titled "How Can I Better Manage My Own Learning".

1/. In a written comms, what are the three main elements?

2/. How do you proof a document and why bother?
3/. In a formal letter what should you include as essential?
4/. In an email what is the difference between the initial email and continuing emails?
5/. Think about the eight job specifications and decide what written comms would apply to each of the jobs.
6/. In writing your CV what must you include to attract the employer's attention?
7/. What are the definite don'ts in preparing a CV?
8/. In preparing an online application what do you need to include to make it easy for the employer to view?
9/. Your presentation at an interview - what should you ensure you do? (a) for an office or retail job, (b) for a tradie's job?
10/. In preparing for a job interview what must you do?

11/. What are the types of job interview - describe them.

12/. What are the commonly asked interview questions?
13/. What questions you should ask the interviewer?
14/. What preparation do you need to do leading up to the interview day and on the interview day.
15/. What is illegal for employers to discriminate against prospective employees?
16/. When being asked inappropriate interview questions, what should you do - how would you respond?
17/. Disabilities - does a potential employee need to disclose this to the interviewer?
18/. What are the common interview mistakes?
19/. Complete the trial interview exercise.
20/. How do you survive interview rejection?
21/. Describe positive body language.
22/. Describe negative body language.
23/. Your hands at an interview - describe the speaking, gestures and tips.
24/. What are the advantages of doing work experience and what does it provide?
25/. How do you make work experience count?
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