This part is probably the most important part of your CV. The focus of this part is to summarise your professional contribution and goals for the person receiving your CV. This is not your cover letter. Limit your text to one short paragraph of maximum 90 words.
The latest information should come first. You can elaborate in one sentence on how the relevant qualification contributed to your career choice, or the choice of the job you applied for.
Course/qualification/degree – Year completed
University/training institution’s name
MTech Strategic Communication 2014
Institution Tshwane University of Technology (TUT)
Research completed: The perceived effectiveness of communication with visually impaired employees in the South African working environment
Course/qualification – Year completed
E.g. Crucial Conversation 2015, VitalSmarts
School training (matric) – Year completed
E.g. Matric 1996, Hoërskool Hendrik Verwoerd
Latest information comes first. Please fill in this information as completely as possible, and make sure there are no open slots. Customise your CV to fit each job you apply for, to continuously keep your key skills relevant..
This is your personal skills or strengths that are relevant to the job you are applying for.
These are technical skills, for example Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint. List those which are most relevant to the job you are applying for first.
References available on request.
If you should give references during your interview, use the following information of the person:
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