Click Add New Experience and enter all the jobs you’ve ever had. Include any formal work experience and any other unpaid jobs. Provide as much detail as you can in the Duties section, including detail about the skills you had to learn to do the work.
In this section you can fill in the details of your secondary education, including whether you are still attending school and the year of high school you have completed. Entering your best subjects allows an employer to appreciate where your strengths and interests lie.
If you have received previous qualifications or have done any type of training you can share it here. Anything that you may think is relevant to you finding employment is worth mentioning. Some examples of what to mention may include: Previous Certificates or diplomas acquired Any Higher Education Qualifications First Aid Certificates Any courses or […]
The Work Profile segment will give the potential employer a snapshot of your work readiness, and whether the position you apply for will suit not only suit their need, but also your situation.
Apprenticeship Central allows you greater freedom and control over your resume by giving you the choice between a “Quick” resume builder, or an “Custom” version of the tool. Quick The resume builder will require you to fill in each field. When your resume is generated, the segments will appear in the exact order they appear […]
The best type of referee to list is a previous employer or teacher as they can talk about you in a more professional capacity then family and friends can. List two to three referees and remember to let them know that you are using them as a reference. It might be a good idea to […]
This is where you can show an employer just what your interests are and what you have accomplished! After all, if you have done something you feel is pretty good, why not tell people about it? This can include sporting achievements, community service endeavours or conquering a personal hurdle. Any awards or acknowledgements from your school or […]
If you have had any work-related experience, here is where we need to hear about it. Even if the work you did was done so on a voluntary basis or as part of a school-based work experience programme, it should be noted in this section. Remember to include the types of tasks and duties you […]
A career objective can explain to an employer what you are looking for in a job. It is also the first thing that an employer will see of your ApprenticeshipCentral profile so a good objective could mean the difference between getting the interview and being passed over for someone else. You can choose to write […]