What do I need to do to make my CV stand out?
When applying for a role, you will almost always be asked for a CV.
When they open it, you have under 10 seconds to make it stand out. Does yours?
REGISTER BELOW FOR THE WORKSHOP - THURSDAY AUGUST 30th, 5.30-7pm, Biz Dojo Tory St.
If you are like most people, what to put into a CV can be confusing or even daunting. Ever want to learn what to put in from 1000+ career coaching conversations and interviews with experts?
Join us on this workshop on CVs and you will learn:
- How to save time following a clear structure that stands out
- How to build powerful examples that "pop" and highlight your real skills
- The three key parts to a powerful personal statement and start to a CV
- How your CV should fit with your cover letter and LinkedIn profile.
- How to structure your work experience so the best things come first (and you can ditch the rest).
- What to include and not include in a great CV
Date: Thursday August 30th
Venue: Biz Dojo, 117 Tory Street
$99 per person
The 90 minute workshop will also include:
- Access to recommended CV templates, tools and resources
- Clear steps to make sure you get moving on your CV
- Invite to the Sparked Community group page
A bit about me - your trainer.
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I bring over 15 years experience working with executives, managers, principals, students and aspiring professionals achieve their career objectives and success. An award-winning trainer, coach and facilitator he has worked with a wide variety of clients from organisations including Trade Me, Westpac, Wellington City Council, Massey University and Sotherby's International.
A little bit about what some of the people I have worked with say:
"It enabled me to gain greater clarity and therefore focus. Grant had the ability to cut through the crap and get to the point of focus" - Katie Design Manager
"I got accepted to two different positions which was phenomenal - a huge boost to my confidence" - Thomas - Senior Clinician
Some more testimonials can be found here