FREE – A guide to creating your CV and Moving onwards and upwards

Learn How To Sell Yourself – And Get THAT Job!

Your CV is the most important document to get into employment or even enhance your career prospect/change your career.

An employer may only ‘skim’ read the first part of your CV, so you need to keep them interested at the beginning and don’t bore them with ‘just another run of the mill’ CV.

Yes, we have all heard about effective communication skills, crikey many of us have it on our CV. But what does it actually mean? Is our body language letting us down? The minute we open our mouth, are we setting ourselves up for a fall? How many seconds are we being judged when going for an interview?

 

 

 

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About Tracey Morewood

I am currently an Employability Tutor and Contract Manager who's main aim is to help those out of work find the confidence and self-esteem to get back into work. I have been working within Offender Learning for almost 6 years but moved to experience different opportunities. Oh and those opportunities gave me the confidence to write and publish my own book. The name of this book is: How to get on the Employment Ladder; You have the skills now learn to develop them. I have helped many people gain employment, and for a lot of them this was something they never thought possible for one reason or another. Anything is possible if we believe in ourselves. My passion has always been about the learner and helping them progress and reach their full potential. Alongside working full time and creating my first book I am also a single mum of two teenage boys. So if there is anyone out there that says they 'can't' I will be saying 'you can'.
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