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CV Writing 2 Hour Virtual Masterclass 

Practical Training for Professionals


£180 inc VAT
Study method
2 hours · Self-paced
No formal qualification

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Most CV’s are looked at for about 15 seconds so unless you are spot on. It will go on the “no pile”. Companies who use technology to scan CV’s, will reject them even more quickly if they fail to hit the mark.


The “perfect CV” is the one which does its job which is to impress the recruiter, so they then invite you in for an interview. Recruiters base their final decisions on TNT (Tiny Noticeable Things) – the minor differences between one CV and another.

This programme looks at the TNT which will make your CV stand out & how you can use this to get more interviews.


• Get more interviews with less applications
• Know how to tailor each CV quickly to the needs of the job vacancy
• Know how to use TNT to improve each application
• Develop a CV template which can be quickly amended
• Have a range of phrases and words which are different from other CV`s to make your CV stand out
• Be able to apply for a greater range of jobs with more confidence

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Study method describes the format in which the course will be delivered. At Reed Courses, courses are delivered in a number of ways, including online courses, where the course content can be accessed online remotely, and classroom courses, where courses are delivered in person at a classroom venue.

What are CPD hours/points?

CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. If you work in certain professions or for certain companies, your employer may require you to complete a number of CPD hours or points, per year. You can find a range of CPD courses on Reed Courses, many of which can be completed online.

What is a ‘regulated qualification’?

A regulated qualification is delivered by a learning institution which is regulated by a government body. In England, the government body which regulates courses is Ofqual. Ofqual regulated qualifications sit on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF), which can help students understand how different qualifications in different fields compare to each other. The framework also helps students to understand what qualifications they need to progress towards a higher learning goal, such as a university degree or equivalent higher education award.

What is an ‘endorsed’ course?

An endorsed course is a skills based course which has been checked over and approved by an independent awarding body. Endorsed courses are not regulated so do not result in a qualification - however, the student can usually purchase a certificate showing the awarding body’s logo if they wish. Certain awarding bodies - such as Quality Licence Scheme and TQUK - have developed endorsement schemes as a way to help students select the best skills based courses for them.