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hi I approached a couple of agencies with my husbands CV (he's hoping to qualify as an ICT business consultant) and they said his cv needs to be looked at professionally as it didn't give them enough of an idea what he can do. I've noticed on another thread that someone recommended 9de-pomming' your cv. Can anyone give me any tips on how cv's should read in australian terms, or recommend a firm there that can look it over? thanks Tina :-)
Hi all My husband and I have our visa's already in place - class bq resident p, subclass 138 Fitter (he is the primary visa holder and I am his spouse). We are hoping to make the move to Australia this year and are getting my husbands CV ready to send out to the Australian job market. His City and Guilds Apprenticeship has been assessed and successful with the TRA (to enable the visa to be granted). My question is this - the get his CV 'understandable' for the Australian job market, is there somewhere we can approach to tell us what the equivalent qualifications in Australia are compared to his British quals? We can totally appreciate when we send his CV out, the qualifications stated on there (C&G and others since) will not mean anything to any potential employers in Australia, and this in turn may mean his CV is overlooked. We have found out about the ARTC but am not sure if this is appropriate or not, and also not even sure if this will cover any of the more recent qualifications he has gained, or just the apprenticeship. Has anyone got any ideas/experience? We would really appreciate any help. Thank you Albag x
Hi, I'm about to apply for ACS skills assessment. I have got few queries, hope anyone who have some idea would clarify. I have done two masters degrees, and there is a gap of one year between these two degrees. Do I need to mention what I was doing in this gap in my CV/Resume. Also, a gap one year after finishing my second masters and finding a job. How should a CV/Resume look like, should I need to cover everything about my education and job(the projects I worked, the duties, responsibilities etc). However the duties, responsibilities etc are covered in the reference letter. My company's address has been changed 3 times in last four years, so offer letter, reference letter, payslips got different phone numbers and address. The reference letter and the latest payslips which I took recently got the current phone number which is working. Do I need to explain about this in my CV? or do I need to provide any statement kind of thing. Could anyone provide a brief outline how a CV should look like. Is it like a normal CV which we use while applying for jobs, mentioning the qualifications, companies worked, projects etc? Would be great if someone share an outline. Guys, please help, any advise is welcome. Thanks for reading. Baazighar.