Emergency Interview Coaching

Rapid quick-fix interview service for job interviews

Our team of interview experts can provide a 30 minute Interview First Aid session giving you the chance to discuss any issues and concerns you may have with an experienced Interview Coach. This can include:

  • Discussing specific examples you are planning to use to evidence your skills and achievements
  • Providing advice on handling tricky issues (such as dismissal / resignation from a previous post)
  • Helping you to anticipate what questions are likely to come up in the interview to help you prepare
  • Helping you formulate questions for the Interviewer
  • Providing advice and guidance on handling / preparing for assessment tests / exercises and presentations which form part of the interview process

Our 30 Minute Interview First-Aid Coaching service can help you to overcome all of these difficulties effectively. Call us on 0800 246 1857 or submit an enquiry to maximise your chances of interview success

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“Just thought I’d let you know that the interview went really well, so much so that I’ve been offered the job! Thank you so much for all of your help during the past half a year or so- Of course, this success would absolutely not have been possible without you!” Dinu R, Civil Servant)

“I’m pleased to report that I’ve verbally accepted an offer for a Bid Writer role with a salary of £42k plus 10% discretionary annual bonus. Fortunately this all means I can continue with the house purchase. Thank you for all your assistance with the interview prep. I could not have done it without you!” Nick D, Bid/Tender Professional)

“A massive thanks for your support with the interview. I hit the required score in the interview and am now on the reserve list.!” Theo W (Civil Servant)

“Thank you so much! You’ve been so helpful in preparing me for graduate interviews and I have now secured an excellent placement!…me and my parents have recommended your services to a bunch of people so hopefully you’ll be getting more business soon! Thanks again for all your help,” Tom A, Finance Graduate)


How our Interview First-Aid Service works

Our 30 Minute Interview First-Aid Service is available via telephone or video link (Teams / Skype). The session is led by you and you can discuss any aspect of the interview process you like with your Interview Consultant. Your Consultant will provide you with verbal advice and guidance as well as directing you to other sources of information where appropriate. You can send your Consultant any information relating to your interview in advance to ensure they have all the details required.

We can help with any type of interview including: Face-to-Face Interviews; Video Interviews; Telephone Interviews; Panel Interviews and Assessment Centres / Assessment Days (including Graduate Assessments)

We can help you prepare, review and improve answers to any type of interview questions, including: Competency / Skill Based; Strength Based; Value Based and Scenario Based as well as General Interview Questions.

Suitable for all role types and career levels: Our Interview First Aid Service can be used by candidates at any career level, aiming for any type of role. We also offer a full Professional Interview Coaching Service and full Bespoke Interview Skills Development Programmes for those requiring more in-depth support.

Same-Day / Next-Day Services Available


Interview First-Aid Service Prices & Ordering

30 Minutes Interview First Aid

Video / Telephone Session

£59.99

Sessions can be completed using Teams / Skype or by Telephone


Priority Booking (Next Working Day) – Add to your order for £29.99

On a short deadline? You can secure a next-working day appointment by adding Priority Booking to your order (subject to availability) for an additional £29.99.



Submit Enquiry

If you would like more information about our Interview First-Aid Service, you can contact us using the form below or call us on 0800 246 1857.