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CV Template

Curriculum Vitae

 

 

Personal Details

Name:

Address:

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E-mail: name@mail.com

 

 

Personal Statement

This is one of the most important parts to your CV. You will need to acknowledge the following in this section:

A short description of yourself and your main achievements. Often people accompany their CV with a personal statement on a separate page, so make the description on your CV brief — just a few sentences describing your suitability and skills.

 

 

Employment history

Your career history should be listed in chronological (date) order. You should also briefly outline your key responsibilities.

 

Company Name and Role Title

Start to end date: July 2018 — Present

List of key responsibilities:

Detail of your duties in a work day.

Add the skills you picked up along the way.

Be sure to give more detail in your most recent jobs compared to older ones.

 

Company Name and Role Title

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List of key responsibilities:

 

Company Name and Role Title

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List of key responsibilities:


 

Work Experience

-f you have not been in employment before but have completed some work experience then this will definitely be an important aspect of your CV.

 

Company Name and Role Title

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List of key responsibilities:


 

Education

You should list your educational qualifications, with the most recent ones appearing first. Highlight the level of education, subject and grades you received.

 

University Name

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Qualifications/Grade

 

College/ Apprenticeship

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Qualifications/Grade

 

School Name

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Qualifications/Grade (GCSes and A Levels)


 

Key skills

This section is a chance to list all the useful skills you have which could benefit a company e.g. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, computer literate, self motivated and willing to try new things.

 

 

Key achievements

If you have taken any courses, won any awards within a professional capacity, or have any professional skills or achievements list them here. If they are courses, remember to provide the dates you attended.

 

 

Hobbies/Interests

Be careful here. If a passion of yours is relevant to the work/employer you are applying for/to, then you may wish to add it. On the other hand, if your hobbies and interests are socialising or keeping fit, avoid including this.

 

 

References are available on request

Make sure you have some references available on request by previous employers.

 

 

 

So in summary, following this template will give you a great CV to get out and get job hunting.

 

Good luck!