Employment Advantage

Content by IMPOWRD | taught by Natalia Josephs
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Shannae Vandergugten


I enjoyed this course, it was very insightful.

Lily Stephens

Shannae Vandergugten

I enjoyed this course, it was very insightful.

Lily Stephens

Natalia Josephs
Natalia Josephs

About the instructor

Natalia has created a number of programs for young people leaving school and entering workplaces and is a recognised leader in the development of practical and engaging programs for the 13 to 25 year age group.
Two of her programs have been recognised by the Curriculum and Standards Authority in WA and are used all over Australia to better assist young people making the change from education to work!
The Employment Advantage program teaches young people how to find work and thrive in the job market.
Developing Social Skills (for the Workplace) is designed to develop personal insight and social confidence.
Both programs have assisted thousands of young people to make a smoother transition from education to employment.


Module 1: Develop Optimism and Motivation in Job Search 

Introduction to module One:

  1. Recognise the importance of research
  2. Analyse personal skills & qualities
  3. Describe and sell personal skills & qualities
  4. Transfer personal skills & qualities
  5. Find a job title that fits
  6. Remain motivated in the face of rejection 
  7. Apply techniques for overcoming obstacles

Module 2: Enhance Personal Presentation and Interview Attire Skills

Introduction to Module Two

  1. Create positive first impressions
  2. Identify contemporary workplace dress codes

Module 3: Create Work Prospects

Introduction to Module Three

  1. Identify sources of employment
  2. Utilise multiple job search methods
  3. Utilise confident telephone techniques

Module 4: Get the Job You Want 

Introduction to Module Four

  1. Interpret, value and utilise key words
  2. Create a professional resume
  3. Identify and access useful referees
  4. Deconstruct a job advertisement
  5. Create effective letters of application and introduction
  6. Analyse and utilise the behavioural assessment process
  7. Answer behavioural questions effectively
  8. Create effective responses to selection criteria
  9. Apply successful interview techniques

Module 5: Develop and Apply a Positive Work Ethic

Introduction to Module Five

  1. Maintain motivation and focus at work
  2. Create and maintain effective work habits and routines
  3. Think like an employer

Course Contents

30 Videos
2 Texts
26 PDFs
30 Exams

Course Curriculum

Cover Letter and Resume assignment
Introduction to Module 1
Module 1 Final Exam
Introduction to Module 2
Module 2 Final Exam
Introduction to Module 3
Module 3 Final Exam
Introduction to Module 4
Module 4 Final Exam
Introduction to Module 5
Module 5 Final Exam
Employment Advantage Final Exam
Employment Advantage Library