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Cafezinho Vs Job Interview

 

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Cafezinho Vs Job Interview

Find out how to have successful job interviews in Brazil!

 

The “Cafezinho Vs Job Interview” workshop is the only workshop which can teach you how to obtain job interviews in Brazil, and also how to be successful at it!

• Develop qualities to obtain job interviews

• Learn how to succeed during job interviews and practice during mock interviews 

• Be ready for an informal job interview (“cafezinho”) by asking the right questions in order to achieve your objectives

• Work on your pitch

• Learn how to avoid interview traps

 

ORGANIZATION

The “Cafezinho Vs job Interview” workshop is an exclusive Speak Portuguese Brazil creation.

• All our course materials are appropriated and authentic

• All classes are concluded by practical exercises with role plays in Portuguese

In group workshops:

This workshop takes place on Fridays from 9am to 11am*:

*Get in touch with us to know the next workshop dates.

Workshop

Day

Time

Pitch and Networking

Friday

9 – 11am

One to one workshops:

The time and date of this two hours workshop can be defined according to the teacher´s and the student´s availability (and room vacancies).

 

BENEFITS

The “Cafezinho Vs Job Interview” workshop offers many benefits to its students:

• Personalized follow-up for each student

• Orientation and tips for expatriation to Brazil

• Courses in small groups in order to focus on the particular needs of every  student

• Once you´re in the Speak Portuguese Brazil network, you´re in it forever!

 

ADVANTAGES

• Invitations to the monthly “CCFB Entrepreneur Committee” conference 

• Students are put in contact  with our business partners for job opportunities (if we are currently recruiting for our partners)

• Many discounts with our partners (restaurants, movies, museums …) – CLUBE DE BENEFICIOS

• Networking events with Brazilians and the foreign community in Brazil

 

TARGET

Our courses are open to any student, expatriate or their households, coming from any horizon, without restrictions concerning their formation and their language level, willing to obtain the keys to enter the Brazilian job market.

 

OBJECTIVES

Our professional workshops aim to qualify all kinds of expatriates searching for a job in Brazil. The Brazilian job market has its own specifications, which is why a good preparation is mandatory to enter successfully in this market.

Our workshops will help you to prepare and will give you all the tools to conduct a successful job research.

 

COACHES

Our workshops are led by Franco-Brazilian coaches, qualified and specialized for the Brazilian job market.

 

METHODOLOGY

We provide quality teaching methods made of theory courses and practical exercises.

 

CERTIFICATION AND EVALUATION

Your progress will be evaluated daily thanks to tests and simulations.

At the end of the program, you will receive a course certificate* specifying your level and class attendance. You will be evaluated on written tests, oral comprehension and class participation.

To obtain your certificate you must assist to at least 75% of class hours.

*this certificate does not provide a diploma recognized by the state. The CELPE-BRAS is the only Portuguese exam recognized in Brazil.

 

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