Weekly Webinars


CareerPartners24x7 (Live Training)

CareerPartners Weekly E-learning seminarDate: Every Tuesday

Time: 9:00 am, Eastern Daylight Time


Tools, research and resources that complement our process.


CareerPartner24x7 is an easy-to-navigate portal that directs candidates through our proven ten-step process, with or without the assistance of a career consultant.  To support the CPI career transition process, the CareerPartner24x7 portal includes these tools and resources:

  • OneSource Global Business Browser – a proprietary database with over seventeen million company profiles
  • SearchSelect – access to thousands of recruiters, indexed both by specialty and by industry
  • Links – connections to additional global and local resources that are online
  • Online Assessments – access to Bigby Havis skills, ability and personal style assessments
  • Networking – a way to network with peers, locally to internationally
  • ResumeBuilder – tools that help individuals attract prospective employers
  • Job Board and Resume Bank – aids for transitioning individuals
  • SkillSoft – an optional e-learning component used to sharpen business, administrative or IT skills


Creating a Resume (Live Training)

Date: Every Tuesday
Time: 11:00 am, Eastern Daylight Time

The resume is the primary written tool of the job seeker. It is, in fact, a written summary of your career history and your marketable skills and strengths.  A resume may serve several functions:

  • A self-inventory as preparation for articulating your background to an interviewer
  • An introductory document whose aim is to generate invitations to interviews
  • An agenda affording interviewers a springboard from which to launch questions

CPI New / Options Weekly Career Counseling SeminarConsider demand structure and your marketable strengths

The conceptual starting point for all resumes is an analysis of demand structure.  That is, who is buying and what specifically is the buyer looking for in the ideal candidate?  Resumes need to reflect the importance that hiring authorities place on a need they have now or will have in the near future.  You must spend time determining what the demand for your skills might be in order to capitalize on your marketability.

In this webinar we discuss the most effective way to highlight your skills in a “value-added” document:

  • what constitutes an exceptional SUMMARY statement
  • how to describe your PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE with accomplishment based statements
  • how to order and format your resume
  • how to ensure your resume is read
  • how to effectively use your resume when Networking


How to Effectively Network (Live Training)

Date: Every Thursday

Time: 9:00 am, Eastern Daylight Time


How to effectively networkNetworking is establishing and maintaining relationships with people who are connected to you and to each other.

Networking can help you transition into a new industry and uncover new opportunities.

It is also a way to meet with people who are currently performing the job you want to do, to help identify your transferable skills, learn what new skills you need to acquire and ask for advice on how to market yourself into the new field.

It is through networking that  70-80% of job seekers find their new positions.

This Webinar focuses on:

  • How to target individuals
  • Best networking techniques
  • Building network advocates
  • Creating your contact list
  • Identifying target companies
  • Researching target companies
  • Arranging face-to-face meeting


Successful Interviewing (Live Training)

Date: Every Thursday
Time: 11:00 am, Eastern Daylight Time

Successful Interviewing Training with CPI New / OptionsEvery step in the job search process is aimed at obtaining interviews.

It is at that point, a potential hiring manager decides if you are right for the job, and, just as important, it is your time to evaluate whether the job is right for you.

Most interviews follow a predictable format, somewhat like the script of a play.  An interview has logical steps that both the interviewer and applicant follow to decide if both will benefit from working together.  These stages are called pre-contact preparation, greeting and rapport, questions/answers and meeting closure.  All four stages are equally important and deserve your consideration.

Key Learning Objectives discussed in this webinar:

  • Know what to do to prepare for the interview
  • Determine the interviewer’s agenda
  • Prepare to answer questions effectively
  • Learn how to overcome objections
  • Plan what to do after the interview
  • Discuss how to evaluate the interview

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