This one-day, half-day, 90-min webinar writing virtual (or live) workshop is highly effective for executives and Federal employees who need instruction and practice for the Behavior-Based Structured Interview.

The Behavior-Based Structured Interview is a TEST and Federal employees MUST practice and prepare to feel confident and try to get SELECTED!

Because the separate KSA narratives are eliminated, hiring managers will be using the Structured, Behavior-Based interview as a valid, reliable assessment tool to determine the best qualified candidates. This practical, hands-on course uses role-playing and class discussion to give participants the key skills needed to successfully prepare for the behavior-based interview format.

Participants will: prepare for the interview, practice proper interview techniques, and effectively communicate their skills and accomplishments.


  • Government One Day Training Rate:
    $5,486 per day (one instructor)
  • Commercial One Day Training Rate:
    $5,760 per day (one instructor)
  • Government Half Day (3.5 hours) Training Rate:
    $3,386 per half day (one instructor)
  • Commercial Half Day Day Training Rate:
    $3,555 per half day (one instructor)

Courses include the class text for up to 20 attendees.
Travel is not included in the Instructor fee.

Preferred format: Virtual training via the Zoom platform. Active participation in the chat and interviews.

Course length: Full day, half day, or 90 minute webinars

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Course Outline – Five Critical Lessons

  • Know what to expect: Introduction to the structured interview
  • Writing your best accomplishment stories: Get ready to answer at least five questions that will require an accomplishment story.
  • Prepare your answers to typical questions such as “Why should we hire you?”
  • Think about the mission: Get in the mindset of the target office or organization by preparing an interview prep worksheet that matches your past experiences to the future position.
  • Interview strategies: Get tips on articulate speaking, smiling, handshakes, body language, physical presence, and keeping the interviewer’s attention.

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