Missed the webinar?
You can see this webinar again as part of the CV Development for PMO Practitioners course we have.
Here’s what others thought about the session:
Thank you for today’s Webinar. I feel a bit more confident about updating my CV to relate to PMO roles. Some great tips shared today.
This session has really given me some structure to help me understand what I need to do next to move my career forward in my current workplace. Thank you so much for putting this together for us.
To access it, purchase the course and you’ll receive it as part of the Personal Stocktaking module.
Join us for a new lunchtime webinar taking place on Thursday 8th October at 12 noon UK time – PMO CV: Rethinking Your Skills and Experience
In our we talk about the need for a personal stocktake before writing or refreshing a CV.
In this new webinar, we take a look at how to perform a personal stocktake and how to start thinking a little differently about what skills and experience to include and what to leave out.
The trick with creating a great CV is knowing what information to put in and perhaps more importantly, what to keep out.
Before we can do that, we should take the time to understand exactly what it is we have got to share in the CV. Of course, everyone’s experiences are different; you will have gain different skills at different parts of your career – some might be still relevant, others less so.
We’re also conscious that we’re trying to create a CV to help us land a particular job – we don’t have to include everything we have ever done to the CV. The CV just becomes cluttered and difficult to read when we add irrelevant or out-of-date information.
In this session, we’re going to look at how to start thinking about what it is that you have – we call this the personal stocktake.
If you’re currently looking for a new opportunity and want to make sure your CV is performing in the best way it can – or if you’re someone that wants to learn a great life and career skill around creating a great CV – this is the session for you.
Takes place Thursday 8th October at 12 noon UK time
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