Category Archives: finding work

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 … Continue reading

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SOFT SKILLS – THE UNDER-ESTIMATED TOOL FOR EMPLOYMENT

Since I first started my teaching career I came across some new terminology, ‘Soft Skills’. I can clearly remember Googling it and I was in no doubt that these skills could make or break a person. When I started with … Continue reading

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A GUIDE TO APPLICATION FORMS

How You Are Filtered And Judged Before They Even Know You APPLICATION FORMS: How to get to the interview stage. Finding work and getting an invite to an interview is an often long, slow and judgemental process. Yes, a judgemental … Continue reading

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