Date: Wednesday 19th July
Time: 7:15pm - 8:15pm
Venue: Online - register here
 
LinkedIn has become the definitive pond that recruiters fish for talent. If you manage to make the shortlist for a job, we know that 85% of potential employers will check you out on LinkedIn.
 
Now part of day to day business behaviour, your LinkedIn profile is just as important a part of your job seeking collateral as your CV – and a LinkedIn profile that complements (rather than duplicates) your CV - fully optimised for LinkedIn searches - is a powerful self-marketing tool in your hands.
 
There have been some significant changes to the platform this year and this has a direct impact on how your profile will appear to the reader, so CIHT – in conjunction with The CV & Interview Advisors – are inviting you to attend a FREE webinar at 7:15pm on Wednesday 19th July where the following will be covered: 
  • What’s new on LinkedIn and how you can benefit from the changes
  • Why you shouldn’t just copy & paste your CV into LinkedIn
  • How to write a killer LinkedIn profile and how it can open doors
  • How to use LinkedIn more effectively to network and expand your contact base
There will also be a live Q&A session, during which you’ll have the opportunity to pick the brains of one of the UK’s top LinkedIn experts.
 
To register use the link below:
 
 

 

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