CV preparation course

Course Overview

A curriculum vitae, or CV (abbreviated to the Latin Curriculum Vitae, which means biography of life), is a detailed document detailing an individual's career experience and academic career. A CV is mostly used when applying for a job or internship opportunity, but it may also be requested when applying for a scholarship or various other opportunities. The CV is considered as a link between the job seeker and business owners and the official spokesperson for you in front of people who did not meet you and did not know your true personality, so you will learn in this lecture the tools and techniques that help you in reading, understanding and preparing CVs, as you acquire the skill of specialists in human resource management when reviewing CVs and selection of job candidates

Who Should Attend

1- The importance of a CV
2- Biographical sections
3 types of resume
4- Skills-based CV
5- Tips when writing a CV
6- Checking CVs and selecting candidates

What Will You Gain

 Increase your chances of getting a job

 Facilitate job interview procedures

 Enhancing self-confidence

 Enable HR department officials to effectively review the CVs of candidates

Key Facts

Course code:



2 Days


Human Resources (HR),

Admission :

HR & Training،Secretarial and office management


Understand the rules for preparing a resume and its types


Understand the context of resumes and the stages that precede and follow them in the recruitment process cycle

Fees and What Is Included

Regular Course Fee
$ 500

Course Content

Resumes are often short (usually one page), and therefore only include experiences directly relevant to a particular position. Many resumes contain precise keywords that a potential employer looks forward to, verbs are used extensively, and their content is presented in a streamlined manner.

Previously, CVs were only two pages long, as potential employers did not devote much time to reading the CV details of each applicant. Employers in some countries have changed their view regarding the acceptable length of a resume. As more and more job seekers and employers use online job search engines to find and fill jobs, longer CVs are needed to differentiate applicants, and CVs longer than two pages are becoming more and more acceptable to employers. Resume writers and HR professionals believe that a resume should be sufficient in length to give a brief, sufficient, and accurate description of the applicant's employment history and skills. The popularity of forwarding resumes directly to employers increased in late 2002. Job seekers were able to view the progress of the job application form and communicate with employers via direct e-mail contact and resume bombing, a term meaning the massive distribution of resumes to increase the visibility of personality within the job market However, the massive distribution of CVs may have a negative impact on applicants' chances of securing secure employment as they do not tend to be tailored to the specific positions for which the applicant is applying. Therefore, it is usually more reasonable to adjust CVs to the position being applied for. .

The complexity and simplicity of formatting different resumes leads to different results from person to person for the position and for the industry. It is important to note that CVs used by medical professionals, professors, artists and people in many specialized fields can be relatively long. For example, artist bios usually exclude non-artistic works, and may include long lists of group and solo (solo) exhibitions.




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Course date

21 Nov 2022

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Course duration

2 Days

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