Fresh CV Writing Tips

It’s essential that your CV includes the following information to increase your chances of success!

An interesting and easy to read introduction about you and your career aspirations.

Key Achievements
Bullet point your key achievements in a work or education based environment.

List skills such as software packages used, operating systems, databases, certificates gained within the work place to include FLT licences and Health & Safety etc as well as transferable skills and languages.

Employment History
Always start with your most recent role and work backwards. Make sure you include full dates of employment (MM/YYYY format), job title, employer name, reasons for leaving and a detailed description of duties, responsibilities and achievements in the role.

Dates, institution, course and grades.

This section will give a client an impression of who you are and whether you are the right fit for their company.