Getting tired of SEEK and Jora? You’ll have a much higher chance of finding a job through networking, which allows you to access 85% of jobs that are on the hidden job market! And the tool you use to build this network is LinkedIn.
Even if you’re not looking for a job right now, LinkedIn serves as your 24/7 online resume, helps you stay current with industry trends, keeps track of your professional connections, and helps you network with like-minded people. With more than a third of Australia’s population on LinkedIn, this is the place to be.
Our LinkedIn workshops will teach you not only about updating your profile, but more importantly, about how to use LinkedIn to connect with significant people.
What You Will Learn:
How recruiters use LinkedIn and how you can stand out to them.
How to form personal connections with people online.
What your LinkedIn profile says to a potential employer.
How to establish yourself as a thought leader.
How to establish yourself as a thought leader
What employers are looking for in a LinkedIn profile.
Register for one of our LinkedIn 101 Workshops hosted by our LinkedIn extraordinaires, Domenic Saporito and Joshua Tinner. If you’re an international student in Victoria, this service is free and you can select the session that best works for you.
After your LinkedIn workshop, you’ll receive a five-minute feedback survey. This helps us keep our employability workshops valuable and relevant to students and graduates like yourself.
Tell us what you think.
What Students & Graduates Say
The hosts delivered the session in a very comprehensive and interesting way. It was fun, relaxed, yet informative. Hosts were patient and respectful in explaining key points and giving out advice. The session was really useful and valuable to me. Much appreciated.
JoieUniversity of Melbourne
Each point on how to improve our LinkedIn profile was explained clearly and in short time.
The content of the workshop was relevant and the way Josh and Dom provided feedback helped me understand the importance of using LinkedIn.
The hosts of the workshop are very professional. Their insights are valuable and helpful. They structured the PowerPoint slides very clearly. Thank you, Joshua and Dom!
YennUniversity of Melbourne
It was interesting to see how small details can be determinants for the person who looks at the profile.