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Your First CV – How To Write One And Big Yourself Up In An Honest Way

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How do you write your first CV and show an employer you’re employable when you’ve never had a job? Write about what you’ve learned at school, that’s how! Many of you will never have had a job so you might be unsure about how to produce your first CV and write one that makes you sound employable. If you’re worried ... Read More »

Top ten employability skills checklist

It’s really important to be aware of employability skills, even while you’re still at school – it’s never too early to start preparing yourself for the world of work… Way before you have to start earning your own living, you can start working on the skills and qualities you’ll need for writing a great CV, applying for jobs, doing well ... Read More »

What is a personal statement?

BY Charlotte O’Neill The personal statement is a very important part of your UCAS application. Alongside information about your grades, work experience, and references from your teachers, you will be required to write a 47 line – or 4000 character – piece of writing. This explains why you feel you should be given an offer by the universities/colleges you have ... Read More »

It’s all in the preparation

If you really want to drive your career, make sure you’re ready for that crucial first step. To pass the test of the interview you will need proper preparation. Applying for an apprenticeship or job can seem daunting with all those online applications. What should you include? Here is some helpful advice that we have collected from employers. Application Always ... Read More »

The ‘write’ way to make an impression

Chances are your CV will ‘meet’ potential employers before you do, so make sure it’s a well-written read that they’ll never forget. By Francesca Moll Writing your CV (curriculum vitae) for the first time can be daunting, but it needn’t be. We’ve put some tips together to help you write a great CV and improve your chances of being employed. ... Read More »

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