Writing your first CV can be a little tricky; you need to choose a format and style that best suits the career path you are hoping for. When applying for an apprenticeship, employers are looking for that person that shines brighter than the rest and if you have never been in employment, it is your education, personality and extra curricula’s that will set you apart.
Below are bullet points of what should be included in your Apprentice CV
Here are five tips on how you should format, present and write your CV…
GCSEs: English (B), Maths(C), Geography(A), History(D).
Include any academic awards/achievements too e.g. a scholarship, gold award in the English literature challenge.
Finally, references. Even though you may not have had a job before, you will need to provide a few references from Tutors, Teachers or past employees, if you have had work previously. However, ALWAYS make sure to have asked the referee’s permission beforehand as they may be contacted if you are successful.
You rarely get a second chance to make a good impression on a prospective employer, so at your interview, it is important that you get it right first time. We have put together some top tips on;
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