Create a CV and cover letter to impress
When it comes to job hunting, your CV is your most important tool in gaining that all-important first interview.
Woodcroft Library is running a training session which teaches the key components of a great CV. You will learn how to communicate your strengths and skills effectively to tick all the right boxes for potential employers.
The course covers the basics of writing a CV right through to thinking creatively about your skills and experience whilst using online tools to build and strengthen your document.
Most employers require a cover letter to accompany your CV. A well-written cover letter will introduce you and encourage an employer to read your CV.
This course shows you how to write a great cover letter – but with a digital edge. Get best practice tips for writing a cover letter when you’re applying for a job and learn about some of the digital tools that will help you stand out from the crowd.
You will learn what recruiters are looking for and how to succinctly summarise your skills and strengths in an attention-grabbing way.
Woodcroft Library Team Leader Kathrin Davidson explained the library’s role in this course.
“We’ve partnered with Infoxchange and Google to present this digital springboard program on CVs and cover letters. Onkaparinga Libraries value literacy in all its many forms. One of our aims is to help people develop the digital skills they need to thrive in work and life,” she said.
The course will be held on Thursday 19 March from 5pm to 7pm. It is free and suitable for adults. Bookings are essential.
To make a booking or for more information call 8384 0050.
Alternatively you can book your spot online.