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I have been working at Lifetime Training full-time
I have been with Lifetime for a couple of months and I don't think I have ever started in a workplace where I have immediately felt so welcomed and so at home. Lifetime is such a dynamic and exciting place to work, the pace is fast but it makes every day a challenge (in a good way!).
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Lifetime Training (Darlington, North East England, England) in June 2017.
I applied on recommendation from a recruiting agency and received an invitation to interview within a couple of days of my CV being sent off. A face to face interview was organised within a week with the Regional Operations Manager, this took place in a neutral, public location which still afforded the privacy that an interview would require.
This was only my third ever interview and only my second applying for a role I would like to turn into a long term career. The interview experience was a very positive one, I felt comfortable and the only pressures were self-imposed, it felt more like a conversation with someone I already had acquaintance with than an interview. The interview left me with no doubt that Lifetime Training was somewhere I would be happy working and it would provide suitable challenges, although target orientated I felt assured that the learner and quality were central to everything.
Unfortunately, I was unsuccessful due to my experience of Apprenticeships, but it has helped me to search within and remember experiences that would be better used at future interviews and has given me an insight into the type of Company I would like to work for.
Feedback was received which I find beneficial because it gives me something to work on in the future and receiving feedback makes me feel valued as a person.
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