CV IN COMMS ASSESSMNET

sarah1865red
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CV IN COMMS ASSESSMNET

Postby sarah1865red » Sat Sep 05, 2009 11:27 am

Hi,

TAQ 3 - Produce a cv states 'make sure that you set out the cv in the reliantly format' What does it been by reliantly format?

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Re: CV IN COMMS ASSESSMNET

Postby cerimorris » Sat Sep 05, 2009 6:28 pm

Hiya,
Im also working on the comms assessment.. I think it means the layout thats explained in the course material :)
does that help?

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sarah1865red
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Re: CV IN COMMS ASSESSMNET

Postby sarah1865red » Sun Sep 06, 2009 10:56 am

So you list all your schools/colleges etc and then qualifications in a different section?

eg

Education
blah de blah school 1992 -1997
blah de blah college 1997 -1999

Qualifications
gcse english )b)
gcse maths (c)
a level biology (c)

etc?

You can't write your qualification underneath each school/college?

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kerry
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Re: CV IN COMMS ASSESSMNET

Postby kerry » Wed Sep 09, 2009 12:47 pm

It's neater to put your education and qualifications together like this:

Education and Qualifications

1984 - 1991 Blah Blah High School
GCSEs: Maths (A), English (B), French (C), etc
A Levels: Maths (A), English (B), French (C)

1991 - 1992 Blah Blah College
HND in Design (Distinction)

Etc, etc...
Looks like the tabs haven't worked but just line up GCSE under Blah etc and it should look neat and take up less room. Hope it helps!
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sarah1865red
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Re: CV IN COMMS ASSESSMNET

Postby sarah1865red » Thu Sep 10, 2009 7:35 am

I agree Kerry but in the units it lists all places of study in one section and then all qualifications in another?

Confused.com

Sarah.x
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kerry
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Re: CV IN COMMS ASSESSMNET

Postby kerry » Wed Sep 23, 2009 3:34 pm

Does it? I hadn't realised that! I just did it all under one heading and I passed. I'd suggest you do it the way that you feel most comfortable with.
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Re: CV IN COMMS ASSESSMNET

Postby karamac » Thu Jun 24, 2010 10:49 am

for the cv are you allowed to use a microsoft word template or is it prefered to do it on your own?

thanks
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