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  • Hi I'm Warren. I'm going to take you through an interview for carpenter and joiner.

  • I'll ask you some common interview questions.

  • I suggest you pause the video at the end of each question

  • and then think about how you'd anwser it.

  • Say your answers out loud

  • and practice how it would be in a real interview.

  • You can even record yourself on your phone or your webcam

  • so you can watch it back and learn where you can improve on your answer.

  • I'll finish up with giving you some tips

  • on what you'd would expect to hear in a successful interview.

  • Let's get started.

  • How long have you been a carpenter?

  • Where did you do your apprenticeship?

  • Do you have experience as a residential, commercial or industrial carpenter?

  • What was it about a career as a carpenter that appealed to you?

  • What do you think makes a good carpenter?

  • Do you test tools before use and how?

  • What kind of projects do you most enjoy and why?

  • Have you ever had a problem completing a project and what happened?

  • Can you operate a scissor lift and what safety precautions would you take?

  • How do you ensure your measurements are accurate?

  • Do you have any questions for me?

  • When attending an interview,

  • make sure you have your white card, your first aid cirtificate

  • and all the relavent documentation for what you've achieved throughout your training.

  • It's important that you show you're deligent, and knowledgeable in OH and S.

  • Qaulifications and confidence would make a interviewee stand out for good reasons.

  • It's really important that you do a bit of research on the company you're applying for

  • and the type of work that they do.

  • It's important also to know if you are interviewing with somebody you know,

  • it is a job interview. It's not just two mates catching up.

  • When given a specific example of a question asked,

  • you want to make sure it doesn't come a cross as an excuse,

  • as 'I haven't completed a task because of....'.

  • Employers want to make sure that you're confident enough to perform a task,

  • be given a role and complete that.

  • It's also important to show that you can work in a team environment such as construction.

Hi I'm Warren. I'm going to take you through an interview for carpenter and joiner.

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Interview Practice | Carpenter & Joiner

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/23
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