By James Innes
The CV e-book is the definitive book on CV writing. it presents aid, recommendation and templates from The CV Centre, the UK’s best CV consultancy, in keeping with a long time’ adventure and encompassing ideas attempted, demonstrated and confirmed on an everyday basis.Focussed on marketplace wishes - evidence-based and constructed totally from consumer details. USP - 15 most typical error. revenues channel via author's personal corporation and exposure. further price - templated and site fabric
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The key issue is not to hide your ‘real’ identity from a prospective employer. When the time comes to deal with contracts of employment you should make them fully aware of your full, official name. ’ The answer’s simple. ) on your CV before your first name. There is certainly no harm in this if it is necessary to clarify your gender. You can also do the same on any cover letters you write. QXD Your key contact details You should follow your name with your key contact details. How to present these details?
A particular problem is that word-processing software (for example, Microsoft Word) is often, by default, set to American spelling rather than British English (because the software creators are normally American). It will therefore highlight some words as incorrect even when they’re not – they’re just British English spellings and not American spellings. This can in fact often be resolved by ensuring that the document is set to UK spelling. TOP TIP In Microsoft Word 2007: ࣴ Open your CV. ࣴ Select the entire document by pressing Control and A.
The basic principle is the same though: it’s all about conveying the most important, most relevant and most powerful information first. ) with photocopies of all their certificates on top of that. This is not an autobiography you’re writing. It’s a curriculum vitae. It’s a lot shorter! I always advocate a one-page CV if it is feasible – and some recruitment agencies, especially head-hunters, may insist on a one-page CV. g. medical, engineering, etc. These are the exceptions that prove the rule – and we’ll be covering them in greater detail later in the book under Chapter 14, ‘Special cases – professions where the rules are different’.