CV and Covering Letters
Whether you are applying for a job or sourcing a Work Experience placement it is likely you will be asked for a CV (Curriculum Vitae). CV's show employers your qualifications, experience and your hobbies and interests.
Though employers asking for a CV may become a thing of the past, it is still crucial to have a strong CV. If needed, its what’s going to set you aside from other candidates and help you get to the interview stage. Adding to your CV is something that you should be doing regularly. Though, it doesn’t always have to be work related.
Below should provide you with a guide to writing a strong CV and help you secure your next interview:
What is a CV?
A CV is a document which outlines your work experience, hobbies and interests, qualifications and education. There are some useful links below, which should guide you through the writing process:
Help with your CV
Download the CV templates and follow the links below for tips on how to write a standout CV and make sure you are on their interview list.
What is a Cover Letter?
A cover letter is a tailored one-page letter that you send with your CV, when applying for a job. A well thought out cover letter can be the deciding point for an employer between you and another candidate. It is worth sending one, even if the employer doesn’t ask for one.
Again, there are some very useful links below, which should aid you: