Webinar: Create a stand out CV

Community Works is running a free online taster session ‘Create a stand out CV’ on Wednesday 28 October 2020, 1pm.

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About the event
This free 45-minute online webinar will help you create a CV which stands out from the crowd and secures you an interview. You will learn how to sell your achievements, tailor the CV to the job and show what you can really do. You will also be able to get further 1:1 support with writing your CV after the session.

What to expect

  • A short introduction from the Community Works Team
  • The webinar delivered by Emmanuelle Le Coz, Employability Officer
  • A demonstration with some examples
  • Q&A
  • Further 1:1 support with writing your CV after the session

Who is this webinar for?
The session is for anyone who is a Port of Leith Housing Association or Persevere Developments Ltd tenant, or anyone else living in EH5, EH6 or EH7. Invite your friends!

When is it?
Wednesday 28 October 2020, 1.00pm – 1.45pm

Equipment required
Internet connection and a streaming device eg PC, laptop, tablet or phone. You will be invited to the webinar on Microsoft Teams via an email link. We’ll provide joining instructions after you sign up and are here to help with any questions you may have about this.

Are you interested in attending?
If you are interested in attending this free taster session online, please fill out the form below.  Once we receive your form we’ll be in touch to confirm your spot and joining instructions. Spaces are limited, so be quick!

Create a stand out CV

Which of the following options best describes you?
Would you like to be contacted by Community Works to get further help with your employment search?
Would you be interested in other Community Works taster sessions being run online?

Praise for Community Works webinars:

“Well organised and professional with great tips”

“This was incredibly informative. The structure of the course eased understanding of what we were being told; at no point did I feel that there was any ambiguity or confusion. Emmanuelle provided excellent, crystal clear examples to demonstrate her points, and there was a lot of space for people to ask questions.”

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