INTENSIVE PREPARATION SESSION - 12/12/20 11am - Full for now
This Intensive Preparation session offers in-depth support for your midwifery knowledge, confidence and ability to answer questions on the spot.
We had such a good time with the last session of this type. The community aspect to this preparation can't be underestimated.
I know that sounds weird because you're in competition but it's like sports, you have so much in common with a competing team member and in my world, aspiring midwives are a supportive bunch. And you may end up working with these people one day.
Cheering on the Hot Seat people, and chatting on the Zoom call, is fantastic real-time prep.
Here's what people said about the last one:
That was an amazingly helpful session, thank you very much
It was really helpful and built my confidence a lot.
I found it so helpful and amazing
It was really helpful!
It was a fantastic session and I got lots out of it
Oh and people are asking - yes I'll be recording and uploading, you'll have access for a few weeks after so you can do some Christmas/New Years revision.
5 interview questions, 5 hot seat participants, live coaching focusing on one to one interviews. Everything you need to give a fantastic performance, especially good for remote interview prep.
Hot Seat - one to one support from me
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Observer Seat - learn from others and cheer them on
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You should allow 1.5 hours for this session, though it may run on.
There are only 5 hot seats and limited places overall so please book as far in advance as possible.
With return to practice, writing a book and some changes going on behind the scenes it's hard for me to predict if or when I'll run this again so I'd encourage you to book now.
I'll make the recording available through a password protected page within 24 hours of the session, and it'll stay up for a few weeks.
When you sign up you'll also get sent the answers to the 7 most common questions I get about the interview process.
What if I go blank?
How do I come across as natural?
How do I answer the ‘what’s the role of a midwife’ question well, I seem to be overthinking and overcomplicating everything?
What if I have no experience because of COVID?
What if I was unsuccessful last time, should I mention it?
How should I talk about it if my own traumatic experience has influenced my decision to become a midwife?