Struggling to know what goes on your CV? This session will help with the basics of a UK CV, including layout, purpose, and tips for success
A CV(Curriculum Vitae) is a shareable document that showcases your career to date, including education, skills, professional experience, and other details that help the reader decipher your competency for the current job vacancy, and suitability for that company and industry.
So how do you make a CV that highlights your best parts to a potential employer in a creative and concise way, and how does it work in conjunction with other parts of a typical job application?
This session will start with the basics, to help you identify the key features of a UK standard CV, including layout, length, importance of spelling and grammar checks.
Where: online , Blackboard Collaborate
When: 1pm BST (GMT+1)
Who: The Graduate Employability Support Team
The Graduate Employability Support Team help you identify your skills and strengths useful in the world of work, and explore your options to take the first steps in your graduate career.
Who is this event for?
This event is open to current students and recent graduates from UAL. Particularly for those who are new to creating a CV, wanting to refresh an existing CV, and looking for some clarity on how to design a CV for the UK job market.
How to prepare?
Begin by reviewing the help and guidance online, and attempting to create your CV with the knowledge you have already. There will be chance to ask questions to aid your learning, so come prepared to make notes, ask questions, and action your learning after the session.
If there are any barriers to your participation in this event or you have access requirements you wish to discuss, please contact the Graduate Employability Support team at email@example.com in advance, we'd be happy to talk with you.