When going for an interview relax. Do as much research about any company as possible as you will be asked what you know about them. What you can bring, And future goals?. And ask questions when you are asked if you have any. Do not make the first question's about pay/Holidays. Ask what career developments lie ahead etc etc. I interview many candidates and a strict no no if applying for an onshore position is stating you would love to work offshore lol... If its an oil/gas company you want to apply for read up and look into as much safety information as you can. Gas/Oil company's loooove young lads that are safety orientated. Keep Your CV to one page if your a school leaver.. Yes we love hearing about your football team captaincy and how many cups, badges scarfs you own...But we don't want to read about it... If you have been the team captain for a debate committee do not put that on yer CV.. It reads yer like an argumentative kinda person lol... On a side note. If you are going to apply for any oil company do not take advice seriously about paying for little courses yourself like forklift,Gantry Cranes, Or any workshop equivalents we do not care.. Its a waste of your time and money and we will not accept your certificates. If you are joining an agency then said certificates may help you... Aberdeen Agencies are very good.. Join as many as you can... Ask for more pay than you would expect. And only take the jobs you think you can actually handle...The amount of times we get agencies guys in who have blatantly lied on there experience and last 2 days . . .