CV Writing Course

Our course code: X001

Course fee: £25

Enrol on this course

Are you looking for a new role, but not sure your current Curriculum Vitae (or CV for short) is up to the job? If you’re starting from scratch, it is often a daunting thought to sit down to write a winning CV. It is often a job which we put off and in cases, sometimes until it’s too late.

Do you want to know how to write a killer CV?

Did you know that your potential employer will only spend between 20-30 seconds on your CV? and on average 100-159 people apply for every advertised vacancy in the UK.

Based on this it is probably wise to avoid comments and statements such as these:

“You will want me to be Head Honcho in no time.”

“Marital status: single. Unmarried. Unengaged. Uninvolved. No commitments.”

“I have an excellent track record, although I am not a horse.”

Your CV and covering letter is your chance to show an employer the best of what you’ve got. It’s about selling your skills and experience, and showing them you’re the right person for the job. It is really important to have a good quality and polished CV and Covering Letter. To help you maximise your chances of success we are offering you this short course. It offers examples and helpful tips to make your CV stand out from the crowd!

Do you want this course for free?

This course is currently available free of charge. Use voucher code: FREESHORT when you enrol.

Stand out from the crowd with this short CV writing course, written to maximise your success.

Study Hours

The recommended study hours for this course is up to 10 hours. Please be mindful that this is just a guideline.

Study Method

The course is delivered via e-book and has everything you need to know to write a strong CV.

Course Duration



There is no assessment for this course.

Course Outcomes

Upon completing this course, you’ll have a better understanding of CV Writing.

Additional Information

Course Content

1: Introduction to CV's
  • What is a CV?
  • The CV
  • Personal Statement
  • Qualifications, Certificates and Education
  • Employment
  • Key Skills
  • Personal Interests
  • References
  • Additional Tips
  • Errors to Avoid
2: Covering Letters
  • How do I write a covering letter?
  • The Start, Middle and End
  • Guide to Laying Out Your Letter
3: Application Forms
  • What is an Application Form
  • How to Get Application Forms Right
  • Top Tips for Filling Out Application Forms
4: FAQs
  • CV Length
  • CV Presentation
  • Writing Style
  • Applying For Different Jobs
  • Stretching the Truth
5: CV Myths
  • Nine CV Myths (From Length to References)
6: Summary
  • Course Summary