Honing your CV and writing a cover letter that will work!
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Feb 24, 2015

[webinar with post-webinar recording available] Tuesday March 10th

In this webinar, we’re going to discuss the essential elements of making your CV and cover letter effective in a crowded market. We will start by discussing the preparation and planning needed before preparing your translator or interpreter’s CV, then we’re going to analyse a good CV structure section by section, and we’ll talk about using the right words that make your CV work. We’ll also look at alternative CV solutions, such as visual CVs, infographics and video resumes.
The second part of the webinar will cover the basics of writing persuasive cover letters aimed at project managers. You’ll learn how to start your letter, what to put emphasis on, and how to elicit response.
This webinar will help you boost your CV targeted at translation agencies and increase response levels through a well-crafted cover letter.
Search eCPD Webinars for full details.

http://www.ecpdwebinars.co.uk/events_146149.html


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