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Feb 2020
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Your Futureproof Career: CV Writing Workshop

This session, delivered by Andrew Crisp, Fastlaners Programme Manager, is aimed at people who don't have a lot of experience of writing a CV or who haven't had to write one in a long time. It is designed to help participants to understand the importance of a tailored rather than generic CV.
6.00pm - 8.00pm Birkbeck, University of London free sign up here

The session will look at:

  • how to properly evidence skills
  • tailoring CVs to specific job specifications
  • developing a personal profiles

The event will also offer the opportunity to discuss higher education as a possible option for those who do not have a university degree. The event is free and refreshments will be provided. Please arrive promptly at 6pm to enable the event to start on time. We advise you to bring a copy of your CV with you or have an electronic version available to ensure you are able to get the most from the session.

Futureproofing your career

This workshop is part of a series of events aimed at those who are facing change and uncertainty in the workplace and who are looking to plan their next steps. Career management is a skill that is expected of all professionals these days, but not everyone is entirely sure what it entails and why it is so important. These sessions will support you to plan and execute your future career journey because your career is yours and not your employer’s.

These are interactive sessions and we encourage you to come prepared to ask questions and share your thoughts on the topics at hand.

For any queries, please contact union-learning@bbk.ac.uk

Birkbeck, University of London
University Square Stratford, 1 Salway Place, Stratford, London, E15 1NF

51.5434314, 0.003119100000049

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