Second Year Business School students were treated to a first for the John Lewis Partnership; an opportunity to style students for an Interview and Assessment Centre Day. As part of the Employability and Enterprise Modules students had been approached by John Lewis to be styled and dressed for the Session which took place in the Faculty of Health Lecture Hall.
Ryan Comboy and Jake Cunliffe-Neal students from the Business School and Hayley McKenzie and Carole Wilson from the Faculty of Health became models for the afternoon demonstrating how to prepare by wearing the correct business attire and accessories to deliver confidence in the Interview and Assessment Centre Situation. Two Style Consultants from the Liverpool store of JLP took time to show how choosing the right colours and styles can make all the difference in performance in an Interview.
Small tips such as wearing your favourite socks or earrings to complete outfits and ensuring shoes and nails clean were offered. Demonstrating how to sit on a chair in the Interview situation were also shown so that the student would always present in the very best way.
Organisers of this special event were Jackie Lee and Lin Boyd from Switch Onto Business & the Business Club in Liverpool, who have worked with Module Leader Sue Murrin-Bailey and Dr Dane Anderton on Communication and Presentation Skills within these Modules ensuring that in the forthcoming Mock Assessment Centre Day for all second year Business Students in January 2017 that they will be able to increase their confidence by dressing and presenting themselves to their best for this event!