• Engaging, High-Quality Videos

    Our presenters are professional actors and our video is put together by an experienced video production team.

  • Soft Skills, Body Language, Intonation

    We go beyond just English to help you learn important details that other courses miss.

  • Modern and Realistic Reenactments

    You'll see how the tips you learn apply in real-life with professional reenactments.

Does this sound familiar?

  • You are looking to interview for a job in English

  • You are worried about what to say during the interview

  • You are unsure about how to address some parts of your CV

“I was always skeptical about these soft skills trainings until I found Creativa. Their soft skills training course is so unique that you will feel it is just designed for you. It addresses our common inhibitions, dilemmas and fears that we face in client calls and trains you to face them with confidence. These courses are not just designed for improving your vocabulary or grammar. They will change your perspective of your client's psychology and uplift your confidence. Feeling comfortable in your skin is way more important than improving the language. Creativa is the only place I found so far where you get this whole package of confidence.”

Manager in IT Industry

Srinu Sanapala

This course is for you if you want to:

  • feel confident and prepared for an interview in English

  • know how to best emphasize your skills and abilities

  • know how to speak about your CV effectively

  • field the difficult questions with a strategy

  • improve your English

  • get a video course with realistic situations and in-depth examples

This course is NOT for you if you:

  • do not intend to interview for a job in the future

  • don’t want a self-paced learning experience

  • don’t want to improve your English level

  • want a live class with a live teacher


First words: How to greet and establish a cordial atmosphere with your interviewer from the very start. 

You’ll learn to:

  • Greet your interviewer in a way that matches the tone you want to set;
  • Make a positive first impression;
  • Make an effective transition into the main part of the interview.

Your Elevator Pitch: How to deliver your story in a genuine and effective way.

You’ll learn to “pitch” your best self by telling the interviewer

  • Who you are as a professional;
  • Why you are qualified;
  • What makes you special.

Tell Me About a Time...: How to answer with examples that highlight your strengths. 

You’ll learn to 

  • Start building an answer strategy for the difficult questions;
  • Identify the opportunity for showing your strength;
  • Show how your strength might be an asset to your new employer.

Questions for the interviewer: How to ask thoughtful questions when the opportunity presents itself.

You’ll learn to demonstrate genuine interest when you

  • Show attention to job expectations and details;
  • Show interest in what it takes to be successful at the job;
  • Show attention to details during the interview.

Don't sweat it: How to manage anxiety by buying time and clarifying answers.

You’ll learn to

  • Hesitate and buy an extra beat of time;
  • Ask for clarification to better structure an answer;
  • Rephrase or correct yourself to give a clear answer.

Your CV: How to talk about relevant and less relevant experience, as well as gaps in employment.

You’ll learn to

  • Add value to relevant CV experiences;
  • Effectively discuss less relevant experiences;
  • Tackle gaps in employment history.

Keep it real: How to genuinely discuss your weaknesses with your interviewer.

You’ll learn to

  • Introduce a weakness that doesn’t hurt your chances;
  • Give a brief but thoughtful detail;
  • Finalize to show a positive result.

Why do you want to work here? How to show you are genuinely interested in getting the position and working with the company.

You’ll learn to

  • Show that you took time to know the company;
  • Connect your enthusiasm to the company.
  • Link your enthusiasm to your possible contribution.

A memorable goodbye: How to finish your interview on a memorable note and leave the interviewer with a positive impression of your encounter.

You’ll learn how to

  • Wind down the interview in a proper way;
  • Reiterate or emphasize your interest;
  • Deliver a professional goodbye.

“For years, I had been looking for a tailor-made program to better my professional soft skills, especially with meetings and presentations. As I began to grow in my professional role, the constant need to master my communication was also on my to-do list. After having researched through various options, my quest ended with Creativa. Their course was the exact fit to my expectations. The carefully curated video episodes, with all round focus on language, pronunciation, gestures and posture gave me the much needed confidence to excel in my professional communications. Creativa brought a unique blend of episodes that completely covered every aspect in much greater detail. Overall, I recommend Creativa for everyone who is keen on mastering their soft skills with ease.”

Applications Engineer


You’ll be in good hands - our team is Harvard educated with decades of experience in business, language education, and video production.

Alan Park is an entrepreneur who has been passionate about foreign languages for his entire career. After becoming fluent in Chinese and Japanese, in addition to his native Korean/English, in 2011 he founded FluentU, a service for learning languages with real-world videos. Previously, he worked as a management consultant in the Boston Consulting Group, and graduated from Harvard Law School (JD) and Duke University (BA, summa cum laude). He is excited to help bring a new perspective to English education for business professionals.

Alan Park


Nika Picco is a trilingual specialist in language learning who has worked as a fluency coach and teacher for over 15 years. She is a graduate of the competitive NYC Teaching Fellowship and holds a Masters Degree in Applied Linguistics. Her work focuses on spoken language mastery, bilingualism and educational course design.

Nika Picco

Educational Expert

Sydney B has produced for top tier agencies such as Anomaly, Weiden & Kennedy, and Deutsch, and created original content for such outlets as Fader, iD Magazine, and MTV. Her work has played at TIFF, Cannes Cinéfoundation, Sundance, SXSW, and Berlin. She’s had her hand in everything from music videos and fashion editorials to documentaries and feature films.

Sydney B

Video Producer

Prashanth is a filmmaker and educator whose work spans documentary and narrative forms and has played at festivals worldwide. An IFP-Marcie Bloom Fellow in Film, he has experience teaching at the North Carolina Museum of Art, Reelworks in Brooklyn, Virginia Commonwealth University, and NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Film Program; as well as having worked as a filmmaker at The New York Times, Mother Jones, and The Nation.

Prashanth Kamalakanthan

Filmmaker, Educator


  • What do I get with the course?

    High-quality videos that are viewable on your tablet, e-reader, smartphone or computer screen.

  • How soon will I get access to the videos?

    After purchase, you'll have immediate access to the first three 10 minute videos. We will be releasing the remaining videos at the following speed: at least 1 video every 2 weeks.

  • Will you be creating new videos in the future?

    We do plan to keep adding videos to all of our courses. If you buy now, you'll get access to such new videos at no additional cost (even if we raise the price of the course). Thank you!

  • Can I ask questions?

    Yes, we highly encourage it! You can ask questions in lesson discussions, online chat, or email. Please note that we can only answer questions related to the topic of the course.

  • I have another question - how can I contact you?

    If you have any questions about the course, please email us – support@creativa.com – we’re happy to help. Please note that we can only answer questions related to the topic of the course.