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Presentation cv

  1. 1. Curriculum Vitae How to write a CV
  2. 2. Content <ul><li>What is a CV?
  3. 3. When should you use a CV?
  4. 4. How long should a CV be?
  5. 5. What information should a CV include?
  6. 6. What makes a good CV? </li></ul>
  7. 7. What is a CV? When do you use it? How long should it be ? -What is a CV? A Curriculum Vitae is a short description of the persons educational and professional history. -When do you use it? <ul><li>when you are applying for a job
  8. 8. at Interviews to read while waiting to be called in
  9. 9. for phone applications </li></ul>-How long should a CV be? Short not longer than two pages
  10. 10. What information should a CV include? <ul><li>The most common order
  11. 11. Euro pass
  12. 12. There is not one way to do it
  13. 13. It depends on the Company </li></ul>
  14. 14. What information should a CV include? Personal information: <ul><li>Name and Surname
  15. 15. Date of Birth ( is not essential because of age discrimination law) if better with age
  16. 16. Address
  17. 17. Email-address ( a sensible one)
  18. 18. Telephone number ( with area code)
  19. 19. Picture just if required </li></ul>
  20. 20. What information should a CV include? Work Experience: <ul><li>starting with the most recent
  21. 21. if you don't have any work experience yet start with education and list part-time or summer jobs or voluntary work
  22. 22. if you have a lot, choose the ones relating the most to the job you are applying for but do not overlook some which do not seem relating but are good like time spend aboard
  23. 23. Give address of Company and the time spend there and your tasks in the company
  24. 24. don't leave gaps </li></ul>
  25. 25. Education: <ul><li>starting with the most recent and not going back to fare
  26. 26. concentrate on the important
  27. 27. including the degree, university or school and grades
  28. 28. Including the I SCED (International Standard Classification of Education) and a national corresponding degree </li></ul>What information should a CV include? ISCED 0 Early childhood education 1 Primary 2 Lower secondary 3 Upper secondary 4 Post-secondary non-tertiary 5 Short-cycle tertiary 6 Bachelor or equivalent 7 Master or equivalent 8 Doctoral or equivalent
  29. 29. Skills and Interests : <ul><li>Language Skills
  30. 30. Computer Skills
  31. 31. Social Skills
  32. 32. Technical Skills
  33. 33. Organisational Skills
  34. 34. Artistic Skills
  35. 35. Other Skills </li></ul>What information should a CV include? <ul>Additional Information Annexes </ul>
  36. 36. How to write a good CV? Employers take less than a Minute for each CV so you need to make an impact. <ul><li>Short
  37. 37. easy to read
  38. 38. logical ordered
  39. 39. writing not to small or to big
  40. 40. avoid writing whole sentences and if just short sentences
  41. 41. no spelling or grammar mistakes !!!!!!
  42. 42. should suit the post you are applying for </li></ul>
  43. 43. How to write a good CV? <ul><li>print on two separated pages
  44. 44. do not split a heading from the rest
  45. 45. be positive
  46. 46. be honest
  47. 47. have someone else check it </li></ul><ul>http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/documents/curriculum-vitae http://evsoko.blogspot.com/ </ul>
  48. 48. Thank you for your attention I hope this presentation has helped you. For questions we will have time later in small groups.

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