PREPARING FOR YOUR INTERVIEW
Make sure you research the company, including trust values that you could be asked about at the interview. They will want to know why you have applied for the post. Be enthusiastic in your answers and be able to explain what it is about the post that excites you; mention something you have found out through your research.
When answering questions, expand on your answers - interviews are scored and the more you say the more you can score (without waffling). Be sure to back up any statements you make, for example, if asked how you work as part of a team, rather than just saying you are a team player and give an example of when you have worked as part of a team, the skills that you used and how these supported team working.
Answers always sound better if you have sounded them out beforehand, so practice your interview technique with someone and also out loud on your own in front of the mirror (even if you feel a bit silly!)