Apprenticeship Central has supplied a number of creative templates to individualise your built resume. To use a template for your resume, simply select the template of your choice as the last step of the builder process. Once the Resume has been generated, you will find it in the Current Resumes list named something like: – […]
Choose the three characterstics from the drop down boxes provided on the Personal Attributes tab that best define you as a person. When posting a vacancy, employers are able to choose the characteristics that they wish to see in their applicants Using this information, Apprenticeship Central is able to show you vacancies that match your chosen […]
The email address specified on the Contact Details page is the one that you’d like all correspondence sent to. It is normally the same os your login email address – but doesn’t have to be (for example, if you change your address).
The Job Application page is where you get an opportunity to review what you are about to submit, via email, to the Employer. Note that if we have determined that you have already applied for this position, it will be made perfectly clear on this page. It is important that you have a good reason […]
Listed here are the resumes that you have either built or uploaded. Choose the appropriate one for this application.
The Cover Note that your specify here will be included in the text of the email that is sent to the Employer. It is important that your craft this paragraph as if you were talking to them in person, convincing them that you are the person for the job. If you are unsure – get help! […]
The Sample Description page requires that you have chosen a Qualification and a Job Role for your position, before it will show anything useful. Once these are set, you will see a brief and succinct description of what earning this Qualification entails and we believe that this is useful information for you to add to your Job […]
The Qualification Providers page lists the User Choice organisations that train in the Qualification that you have chosen to associate with this job (which implies that you must have already assigned a Qualification on the Job Profile page to see the list). Unfortunately, the list covers Queensland only at this point.
The information specified on the Job Profile page defines and categorises the position. At the very least, you should define the Industry Category and the Industry Subcategory, so that you job will be pulled up in the relevant searches. Whatever the job, it will have an associated Qualification and if you aren’t sure what that might […]
The Job Details is where most of the advertised detail is specified. It contains: – Postion Name – this becomes the heading for your Vacancy page. Be sufficiently descriptive so that the browser can redily determine what the job is about – but limit the length of this title so that it displays nicely on […]