Gold Package CV – Teaching – Page 1
The first page of any CV related to teaching and education should contain practically all the core information you wish to convey via an original Profile, Skills (Usually Tabled) and Notable Achievements section. It needs to demonstrate your talents at communicating, multitasking, working with individual students, and contributing as part of a successful culture within the organisation. When applying for any role, be it to a National School or large University, it is really imperative that you’re CV and Cover Letter reflects your innate ability as a teaching professional and productive, innovative employee. A Professional and effective Gold Pro CV and Cover Letter is probably the single most effective investment your will make to secure your future in Teaching and Education.
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Gold Package CV – Teaching – Page 2
This should only reinforce and reflect much of the various factual statements that is reflective of a successful career in Education. A normal ‘Run-of-the-Mill’ CV and Cover Letter that is void of Teaching skills, Professional Development, Relevant Keywords and Power Verbs related to the specific teaching role, it is probably going to do you more harm than good. There is unique and fundamental information that needs to be conveyed when applying for any role in Education and Teaching. Let us take over from here. Order Below.
Teaching - SNA - Lecturer - CV Writing Framework
Productive and Professional
Filled with positive qualities and specific skills that match the Job Spec, Level of teaching and Educational institution.
Power Verbs to pass the ATS Software (It is important not to use too many). This is especially relevant in large organisations.
Training and Upskilling
Include necessary qualifications, Courses, Memberships, Awards and Accolades from previous employers, schools or Educational Institutes.
Highlight Successful Completion of Projects and the ability to multitask, both in your current role and those related to the Job Spec.
Clarity and Likeability
Design your CV in an easy-to-read format. Convey a warm writing style that avoids a Robotic factual-based document.
Avoid Repetitive skills, targets, achievements and daily tasks. Keep it fresh and informative.