This workshop is scheduled for Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST), which may appear to be an unusual time in your local timezone. Please check the workshop time and timezone carefully to make sure you have the correct timing.
Did you know that on average a hiring manager looks at each resume for just 6 seconds? Career and charisma expert Camille Woods is here to help guide you on how to showcase your unique skills, most relevant work experience, craft a great cover note and how to make sure the viewer reading truly understands why you're worth investing in!
Learn all the tips and tricks hiring managers are looking for, as well as how to write engagingly about your experience and yourself in 2021!
This workshop is highly interactive with group activities and discussions throughout. To participate you will need to:
Have your camera turned on for the entire session
Have an accessible microphone
Be in a quiet, well-lit space with minimal distractions
Strong internet connection
This workshop will teach you how to set your CV up so that it reads exactly how a recruiter or hiring manager scans it, making sure that your relevant skills and experience are easily apparent and in the most logical order.
You will learn:
The key sections of a CV
Cover Letter best practice
How to identify and list your core skills
How to skilfully articulate your work experience
How to set yourself apart from the competition with CV examples and templates that pack a punch
How to avoid the classic mistakes and clichés that can jeopardise and sabotage your job applications.
How to effectively present your virtual CV on LinkedIn.
In preparation, please download Zoom
This session is not recorded however you will receive the instructor slides following the session.
Camille has her dream career of owning her own yoga school and teaching accounting to accountants. She halves her time between her two passions: yoga and accounting. Camille has interviewed people for accounting roles and for four years improved the resumes of university students applying for their first job. She has graded thousands of video interviews of university students which means she knows the common errors made in video interviews so she can show you how to best prepare. In the corporate setting she has trained professional speakers on how to present themselves online and present their expertise. There is nothing more exciting for her than to hear about a client receiving their first job offer, promotion or pay rise.
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