Almost every adult has to deal with the pressure of writing a convincing, impressive, but realistic resume. It is essential to master the art of presenting and selling your best attributes and skills to the employer in a way that is not too modest or proud. This resume writing course aims to teach you the tricks of how to write a resume that will reflect your skills, individuality, and other traits in a fair and exciting way.
As a brief reminder, a resume is a document consisting of your skills, experiences, previous job positions, and other relevant information. Such files usually end up on the employers’ desks, and they have to go through them to find their new employee. Of course, there are certain rules, indicating what to include in a resume. Employers usually expect you to present resumes that follow them. But how can you make your resume stand out from others (in a good way)?
When you are applying for a position, you might face hundreds of other candidates, offering similar documents. Therefore, I will teach you how to write a resume that will be unique and eye-catching without breaking the expected norms.
Some of you might be asking: is learning how to write a good resume really that important? My answer is: yes! Without learning the simple tricks of presenting yourself, you might make mistakes that will lead to you not landing the job you want.
One of the main focuses of this course on how to write a resume is the content that you should include. A useful tip is to make resumes that are tailored to a specific position. This seemingly small change tells employers that you are very interested in the job position and have some knowledge about the company and its activities.
Besides talking about the content of your resume, this resume writing course focuses on the structure of your resume. For instance, what sections you can add to make your CV stand out from the rest of the applicants. Additionally, I will explain how to write the best cover letter (also known as the motivation letter) in which you can provide arguments to support the idea that you are the best candidate for the job.
While considering what to include in a resume, you should also focus on avoiding any grammatical mistakes. If the first sentence of your resume has several noticeable errors, potential employers might consider this as a lack of concentration and skills on your part. Therefore, my course on how to write a resume will include some of the most common mistakes that job-hunters make (besides failing to proofread the text).
Finally, I invite you to learn some tricks on how to write a resume with me. The next time you send your resume to a potential employer, you are more likely to be noticed due to your improved presentation of your skills and experience.
Course consist of total 45min of content, in total.