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    • 1. Workshop: How to write a CV. Promo

      1:01
    • 2. Workshop: How to write a CV. Intro

      7:17
    • 3. Workshop: How to write a CV. Bad examples.

      5:38
    • 4. Workshop: How to write a CV. Formating

      7:09
    • 5. Workshop: How to write a CV. Good examples.

      5:47
    • 6. Workshop: How to write a CV. Interview

      10:49
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“CV or not CV” 

The course is aimed at enabling you to obtain your desired job! It consists of 2 parts:

1. Writing a CV. This is an important and tricky process. The course is practical and hands-on, so you will start writing your CV after the first few videos. First of all we will show you some examples of what not to do, so you will know what to watch for when creating your CV. You will find out the blocks that need to be in your CV, as well as how to format it. The product and ultimate task for students of this course will be constructing a CV from scratch (without using the constructors and templates, given in the course). The CV will be checked and given feedback on by the course instructor. The student will be able to make some changes and re-submit for final evaluation of the task.

2. Interview. We will discuss the job interview in detail, analyze the questions and see what the interviewers really want to hear! You will have the opportunity to go through the interview questions personally. A speaking task will enable you to practice giving answers to some tough questions to get the most out of your future interviews. You will get personalized feedback from the course instructor.

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1. Workshop: How to write a CV. Promo: Hi, everyone. My name is Michael. Were figure out. Age old question. My name is Michael. Coming from English group. Thank you for your attention and hope to see you are 2. Workshop: How to write a CV. Intro: Hi, everyone. My name is Michael. I'm from English. Who and today we're going to figure out the age old question CVI or not see how to construct your CV in such a way that you will stand out from the other lists of resumes and documents and papers that people like to submit generally. So let's get started. The first difference is how to write a CV and what exactly is a resume? What is the difference between them? Have you ever written this TV or a resume? If you have, maybe you know the purpose for which they are written, So the resume is rich in for you to get an interview. This E V is written for you to be able to show your strong points and sell yourself to the company looking like a strong individual in the area specific field. So, having said this, we can say that the resume is a very short and concise list of all your achievements up until this point, so maybe one or two pages maximum, which has all the knowledge that you gained in life relevant for irrelevance to this point . So we're looking at their resume and trying to figure out. Are you a smart person? Are you the person that should even walk through the door because the resume is usually sent to get an interview? On the contrary, this TV is the place where you have to show your strong points in the field, which the company is looking for. You need to show yourself as an individual which has strong knowledge in this, and sell yourself to the company, show that you're an invaluable person that they need and that they're looking for to cap to close this vacancy. Therefore, your CV can be as long as it takes. There really is no limit. Of course, you should be as concise as possible. People want to read about the information that is relevant, but really there is not a specific format of how long here, so you should be. If you have something that is relevant and makes you stand out from other people, it should definitely go in there, make yourself look like an interesting person that they would want to consider. So as we mentioned the purpose and the length, let's move on to the next block, which will be interesting for designers and professionals in this fear of arts. Yes, many of you artistic people like Teoh have a great portfolio and I have nothing against it . A great portfolio which you bring together to with your CD. So you have maybe 23 pages of your CV and then another 10 pages where you go on about your professional experience. This is great, but this is already not a C V. This is a bibliography. All right, so you're bibliography is not what the HR is looking for. If you want to add your, uh, portfolio, that is entirely up to you. But make it separate. Have the TV, which you send in, and then as a separate attached file your portfolio. One more thing to keep in mind is your portfolio should be very area specific. So if you're going to be a branding designer, maybe the content that they want to see is your logo design. And you're a marketing campaigns that you've made up to now don't include your painting, artwork, sketches and everything else. This is just gonna make a mess and distract the people from your original purpose, which is why you're there. So also it can take as long as you want, but don't bore them with all your works that you've ever done. Okay, See you separate. Big geography or portfolio separate. So where should you start when you're writing your city? Remember that the C V or curriculum vitae, as it's known in Latin, means story of your life and the story of your life is always being feel. It's always being written with new and new experiences. So your CV is not something which you make once and a static. For example, your resume. You may actually create only a few times in your life because your outstanding achievements will be maybe not not as many as in a CD, but the Stevie. Depending on the area that you're in, you're going to be developing investing in yourself and you'll have new experiences, hopefully experiences that will make you stand out from others. So this story of your life will have to be constantly updated. You will take away irrelevant data and replace it with news and information that will make you more interesting in this field. So having said that, depending on where you're going to apply, you will have different stories. Right? When you meet somebody, you will tell him the story that it will be relevant for that person. Therefore, your CV is not one fits all, but it is very specific and tailor made to the company that you're applying for. Uh said that research the company Do they have a mission? Do they have some core goals or values that they want to see in the person? Do they have specific things that they are passionate about? What exactly are they looking for at the moment? Where did they start? If you can answer all these questions specifically and definitely you will know how to position yourself, you will know where they are coming from and what part you need to be. What is the missing puzzle piece that they need that you can fill to take up that position in the company. So make yourself in individual. See these air about people, not just about their proper professional skills, but also about what you can bring to the table. So express yourself, express yourself in the way that will make the company want to have you ready or not. Here go the five C's of writing a CV. The guidelines, which will help you create an effective and clear SETI the 1st 1 it's clear, make it organized and logical. So when the person looks at it, they'll be able to see this is the block that tells about your professional history. This is where you tell about your skills, and this is where you tell about your knowledge of language. For example, next up is concise. Remember I told you the C V can be as long as you want it to be. That's correct. You can, and you should highlight your strong points. Nevertheless, don't go on and on about something that is not a special and not unique. So make clear. Make it interesting for the person who is going to be reading it and concise. Next seat complete. Your CV should have a beginning at an ending. Remember, it's the story of your life. It needs to include everything from the beginning of your professional development in this area. Up to this point, the main highlights highlights that will make you a great candidate. Next one is consistent. Your CV needs to have the same format and a flow from the beginning to the end. Don't make styles. Don't change from first person to third person in the middle of your CV. Don't change from one fund to another on size in the middle of your CD And last but not least, make it current. I told you that your CV always needs to be updated with depending on the knowledge and experience that you get, so make sure that your story is up to date, okay? 3. Workshop: How to write a CV. Bad examples.: Let's take a look at some bad examples of Stevie's. We'll point out some mistakes. After that, I'm going to tell you about how you should for my dear see you so that it doesn't look like some of these guys ready. So take a look at the screen. The first thing we can point out is the amazingly brilliant choice of picture. It looks very professional and not at all like a home made photo. Next thing is the bright, bold CV reason they're on. As you can see, the C V goes on for a whole nine pages. Like I said, your TV could be as long as it needs to. But if your CV is nine pages long, I'm sorry, but nobody's gonna look through that till the end. Next thing I can pay attention to it is the difference and formatting do you see everywhere he changes formats. He changes the spacing, uses some absolutely ridiculous, underlining to highlight some experience, which is not maybe some of his brightest points. Then we see the horrible pink lettering and tables and the three or four sized spacing between the lines. So maybe he hadn't done the spacing it would have been shorter. Nevertheless, he had his choice as his choice expected. Wage is also very ambiguous, and also his work information and all of his contact information is in the very end of the TV. So you know, by the time you get to then you're like Oh, thank goodness, he added. His contact information in the end. Also English Higher Intermediate Russian Higher Intermediate. What is higher? Intermediate official form is upper Intermediate. So sorry you failed on that one too many. The next TV we have here is from somebody who is a project manager and a business administrator, and the first thing you can see is the QR code at the top of the page, which takes up a good 5% of the whole CV. The QR code is a link to his LinkedIn and is a great way of what you should not do in your seat. Generally, the outline is not so bad, except for the changing of styles changing of spacing. Also, as you can see, Ukrainian native, there's a mistake there. Hebrew Elementary. I don't know unless the job is very specific to the Israeli market, adding his knowledge of Hebrew as elementary level would not be something that I would recommend. This actually looks more like a resume than a CD. To be honest, because it is very general, not at all areas specific. The next example we can look at is one of my favorites. Yes, that's actually the whole CD, just half a page. It looks like the person spent 85 or 10 minutes working on it. His word experiences, you can see is amazing. He goes on and on. Okay, No, he wrote one paragraph about what he couldn't do at this particular moment. Not at all about what he has learned until this point and personal information. He writes. No wife, no kids, sounds appealing to accompany his English level intermediate. And then he goes on to explain, I can read technical documentation. Sorry, but if you can read technical documentation, you do not have the right to say that your knowledge of languages is intermediate. If I speak English as a native but in medical terms, I would be absolutely lost. This doesn't mean that my level of knowledge of English is back. And on the contrary, if somebody who is learning Medicine knows the terms is in Russian and in English. That doesn't mean that he speaks English, all right, and the amazing email address you can see on top. The best thing you can do in the email address is right your name, dot surname or your first initial dot surname at your email provider dot com. Don't think of any ridiculous names. And don't use the emails that you created when you were 13. It's the best example of how somebody will be distracted from your C and the last example I have here for you. The first thing you can see are the bright icons, social icons of the top of the page that take up again a lot of space. Using your contact information on top is important, but don't use these ugly, Horrible comes. It'll just distract people from your city Desire position hot. This is already improvement. He's already mentioned what job he wants to get about about what or who. And he's got just three sentences about himself at all. That is all he mentions about himself. Something about language is is good. Education is good. Actually, he even has the sequence of blocks of CDs, which is good, but really, he tells nothing about himself about the permanent programming languages and frameworks he just mentioned very briefly. Very generally. If it were in a resume, it could be one thing. But again, see if you want to know what exactly you know in these fields. So he just rides from programming language. I know. Job. Great. There are a 1,000,000,000 programmers who know something about job. Probably another many Justus, many upcoming ones. So again, right, More about what? You know what makes you stand out. 4. Workshop: How to write a CV. Formating: So let's get started with formatting of RCD. Let's take a look at the slide here with the main points that you have to pay attention to when formatting your CV. The first thing we need to pay attention to is to have the same bonds throughout. Remember I said, that needs to be consistent, so make sure you have the same kind of funds. Preferably. It can be aerial or breathe. You can vary in sizing in various places, but don't play with it too much font size 12 is the best. If you want to highlight some titles, it's OK that you've made one maximum two other funds, but keep it consistent. Don't have a changing randomly. Use it on Lee when you need to. Next. If you are going to be showing your CV in printed format just printed on regular paper. No shiny papers, no papers with some kind of special effects on it. Just everyday, normal paper will do. And if you have some colors in your CV, don't be thrifty. Printed out the way it looks original. Next, Please do not use underlining. If you want to make something stand out, you can use a little bit of gold, but don't overdo your CV should be concise enough that you do not need to highlight something in any underlining. For next thing. Make sure it's single cited. There is nothing more in the way of looking at a CD, which could be left handed, right handed or even just in the middle. If you have some titles, it's OK to put them in the middle, but you can't go wrong if you just single sided to the left. Next part is a margin set, one inch margins all around. This is normal standard procedure for term papers and any other official documents, which usually make with through work next one. As way mentioned here, Use bowling to stand out about caps. Be very careful. It could be a little bit aggressive. So if you decide to use caps, don't overdo. Next number your pages at the bottom, right corner on the top, right And, of course, use your full name on every page in case if you have more than one page on the C V. This is useful for your possible employer or HR to find all the numbers, all the pages that they may have missed before and last, but not least, it's right about yourself in third person. This is commonly accepted procedure in academic writing and any professional right, and you will find in English, right in third person or in grammar terms, right, impassive force. So don't write something like I successfully completed so in. So you can write the candidates successfully completed or as we often use, we actually don't write any object. You just started a sentence with successfully completed eso and so worked at such and such place for this period of time gained knowledge and experience in so and so in. See you writing this is absolutely mobile. Now that we've discussed the formatting of your CV, let's look at the contents. What exactly should you start with when you're writing your city? Easy as s. Start with your contact information your full name, your permanent mailing address. As you can see on the slide here, your email address that is not expiring and that you check regularly and that was not created when you were 13. Just your name dot Surname at evil provider dot com is more than enough. Warrior initials dot surname at email provider Don't come should be just great. Same thing goes for Skype. And last but not least, is your phone number at your relevant phone number, which used regularly. The next block of the city should be your education again. Please choose the education that is relevant for this job. If you have more than one education, various fears list the one that is relevant to this specific job if you have a higher education, but not in this specific area listed as that you have a higher education, Of course, mentioned, if you have more than one, just list the one which is most road Next block is honors and awards. Like I said in the CB, were interested in knowing about you, your person, your character and that what you have achieved is also important for your future employer. So if you have written some publications, if you have being recognized or acclaimed in some programs, make sure to mention this to this will definitely work in your favor. Next part is professional experience and employment list where you have been working, what time and what were some of your main responsibilities and something you learned there . It's in short, clear and concise form make the most recent place of employment first. So let's early. It looks like the time, for example, 2015 to 2017 or till present time. Then we write your position, for example, translator or Web developer at the company you've been, and then right just briefly what you did there. If is something trivial, or if it's something mechanical, do not go on about it in a lot of detail. This is very distracting. If you say that you were a manager and you say I was taking care of bringing cups on of coffee to the bus and I was cleaning the office. This is not something that we want to hear. But if you want to say that I have solved had to solve this specific problem and have learned something you from it, this would be more interesting for your potential employers. Next part is last mentioned publications and presentations. If you have had experience traveling to some conferences, or if any of your works have been published, especially if you are looking to send a CD in a scientific field or field of scientific research. Make sure to mention your achievements in this area, even if you had not had prior work experience. But if you have researching this topic and you are a viable candidate that knows what they're talking about, this should definitely be mentioned and last but not least extracurricular and volunteer experience. This block is especially useful if you're applying for a Western market because it shows that you are not just a were course, but you are also a person who thinks wider than just his home and work. If you have had a volunteer experience in any form, this tells a lot about your character and shows that you are very around well round and developed, so do not neglect this point to 5. Workshop: How to write a CV. Good examples.: having discussed the bad examples of CDs and what not to do and having learned what we should pay attention to, I'd like to show you some examples of great CDs, so take a look at the screen. The first example I'm proud to present is the city of Marissa Mayer, if you know anything about her, she's the ex CEO of Yahoo, and she took the time to create her C V at the time, which is now available online. And in fact, if you Google Marissa Mayer CD, you'll buying this exact same image. Uh, what do you think a woman who has had so much experience can put into one sheet of paper? Well, surprisingly, a lot. As you can see, she decided to choose a creative formatting because she is a creative person in her experience, Though it is very vast, she decided to highlight her time. Working in Google is a product engineer product manager. A few other positions in Google on the most recent and the one that she got into the most Askar experience, a za president and CEO of Yahoo, she decided to highlights the creative signed by adding her life philosophy what she's most proud of, and she highlighted her skills and abilities in a block of strength. Of course, language is very important to mention in the education. She mentioned the part that is specifically relevant to her area off work, which is a master's in computer science and bachelors and symbolic systems. And she added a block called a day in her Life, where she explains a little bit about some of the experiences she encounters on a regular basis. So as you can see, it's only one page, but it is very informative and a good example to pay attention to. If you're a designer, some people have asked, Should I make my CV very strict, very formal? Or maybe I should look into the creative side of things. Well, as I mentioned earlier, you should research the company and find what values they are looking for. If you're a designer which is aspiring to got a design design job, this would be a good example to look at. If you are going for a place which has a very strong corporate code. Of course this could actually even hinder you if you created something like this. Speaking of corporate jobs and strict CDs. Let's take a look at our next example. The next example is a great demonstration of how to simply yet categorically categorically organized the information that you would like to say. So, as we see in the top block, we have all our personal information and contact information, something short about character, though character skills and trades we usually add in the end. But nonetheless, in this particular case, it looks quite good. The work experience, As you can see, with the last place of work being on top, everything else seems quiet. Good. Here, everything is organized according to the block, according to the order that we discussed with you, the next example that we have is that of a Web on user interface design. As I mentioned, it's gonna be a good example for those people who are looking for a job like this. Uh, some people ask about the picture. Is it perhaps, maybe too impersonal? Is it one of your pictures that you shouldn't post on the CD again? It depends on where you're going to go work. For example, she has a designer could highlight her creative skills, creative sense using this picture so again, it depends on which company is going to be reviewing her. As you can see, the structure is quite useful. Some people paid attention to the fact that she writes about herself in first person. In her summary. Yes, I would advise that you would rather write in third person or in passive voice. It's considered more academic English. Everything else seems to be quiet in order here with the education. Also, she adds, interests Interest is in great part because it shows more about your character. She may have added a little bit too much. I would shorten the list a little bit. And also, she added, a great block participation exhibition contests. As a designer, this is something that stands for her. The third example. Again, It's a very academic, very serious, very dry and to the point. Everything here is quite academic, always logical, logical flow, great use of scripts and funds. And it's not over them, even some a little bit of bolt. But it looks very, very in the flow of this place, and the last example here is that of a personal working in bed, which is a beverage company. We have a few social icons here on top, which in another case I showed us to be a bad example. But there tick up a block and look really bad in that that particular CD and just took up a block and did not all fit into the common structure Here. It makes a nice top for the page, a nice block which separates the name from the personal information. As you can see, the bottom here is then, amazingly, it fits a lot of information, but it's very short, concise and does not look at all weighty. The only thing I could suggest here it's to use a slightly heavier font and a little better color, because the contrast between the background and the text is what could be better. 6. Workshop: How to write a CV. Interview : Those are some great examples of how not to answer and how not to position yourself. So now we checked that. Let's take a look at some most commonly asked questions during interviews. And what exactly does your interviewer want to hear when they're asking you? They're not always that obvious on not as forward as they seem. So take a look at this being the first question we have is what is your greatest strength and along with it, the second question. What is your greatest weakness in this case? The interviewer is actually asking, How do you assess yourself? How critical are you of what you know and don't know how to do here. You can make to bid falls of when you're talking about your greatest strength. It's a big fault for others. If you cannot mention where exactly are stronger. Each one of us has something that we're good at and knowing how to highlight of these places. How to position ourselves in this field is of great importance. So saying, Oh, I'm OK ish. This could be good if you just want to have a good, humble image in front of people. But if you're going for a job interview. You have to know exactly which points are your strong points and what you can sell. Of course. Don't overdo. If you will exaggerate, especially lie on your interview. That's gonna be found out within the first day of your job. So don't met speaking about weaknesses. Your employer wants to hear about something that you are working on. So don't say well and that in this batter, that batter that you're gonna, you know, sell yourself short. So a man should you can mention something like a good answer would sound approximately like , uh, eat. In my previous job, I noticed that I have some. I had some problems with my estimating skills and as a it's analyst on mathematician, estimating was of great importance. And don't just finish there, use it to your advantage. You can say I am currently taking some statistical analysis courses and this is going to become, from my point to my strong point. Good. Tell me about yourself. This is pretty much the best question that they could ask you because you can sell yourself in this question. They're pretty much asking you to tell about yourself. What you said in your CV, Just life. So make sure that it's not just dry. Feel it with yourself, your emotions, your experience, what you would like to highlight. Definitely think about this. This question in advance, this question and others that we have here next one. Why should we hire you? It's kind of a question about what is your greatest strength. Uh, you have to show what exactly makes you stand out from the crowd. What did we hire you is not the question to say, Well, I'm a good worker or this and that, but a great answer would be I have the unique qualifications and experience in this field. I can bring this to the table, and this is something that it's not. Very many people know I have a great experience in section such area. And as I know, your company would like to develop this particular sphere. I believe that I can solve this problem and need for you next part. What are your salary expectations? Don't fall into this pitfall. Make sure to do your research before you come to the interview. I know this is a tricky question for everybody because you don't want to sell yourself short, but at the same time, you name on unrealistic price could potentially scare off your possible employers. So the best possible thing to do is research. Look at how much do experts in your field asked for in their specific jobs? Take into consideration in your area your language. You are experience and skills which you've had up until this point, and the unique skills and talents that you have that you can bring to the table. Look it up on the Internet rounded up, and you will know your approximate worth as an employee. So make sure to do your math at home. Why are you leaving? Or have left your job very important? Do not bad talk about mouth or talk back about your previous work experience. And if you have had some bad experience with leaving, don't lie about it, too. Is possible to say it without making it to your disadvantage or without saying something about about your previous employers. Definitely don't lie. Be honest. Just if you had previous experience in another company, which wasn't so well, you can explain that in a positive way. For example, you can say that my that I did not have the needed skills at that particular time After that, After this point, I decided to enhance them and try my skills out in a new company. Or you could say that you did not have the particular ambitions that that company would like to see. Pretty much don't make it about the other company. Because if you make it about the other company, they will make the conclusion that you consider yourself to be more important than that company and vice versa. If you make it too much about just you and about what you have done, then be careful because it could be considered my life because you're not talking about what really happened just about you next part. Why do you want this job again? An excellent question. To show your motivation. Use it to your advantage. Very important. Many people answer this question in such a way that it sounds like it's a stepping stone. For example, I want this job so that in the future I will be able to do so. And so, of course, many of us do consider this the rial answer to this question. But you shouldn't make this your selling point. You can say that you want this job because you want to grow and develop in this fear. You want to take the company somewhere, using your skills and talents. This is a great way to answer this question. For example, say I know that I have reached this particular point in my development and I would like to explore this topic. I would like to grow together with the company on, um and you encounter my skills with this place and counted the company at the same time. How do you handle stress and pressure? This question can be answered in a great way. By breaking some examples, you can say for something like I was working on a particularly hard project in my previous job. It would entail these points, and I was very pressured by time, very limited in human resource is, or maybe by financial resources. But I came out of it as a champ because I did this and this and this and this is going to show how you handled yourself under pressure. This also leads to the next question and could be done to the next question. Describe a difficult work situation project and how you overcame it. Take very good care to not say something like, I haven't had any difficult project or no real challenges because this either means that you over estimate yourself or you have actually not worked with difficult challenges. But if it's a great company, they want to know that you have a problem solving skills and the experience is the only valid explanation of that. Last but not least, what are your goals for the future? Another great question which can make you really stand out from the crowd. Think about it at home. You have to have an example. A model answer for these questions. Make sure that in this question, you do not make it sound like they are stepping stone, because this is something that this question entails. Depending on this question, the company can understand. If you're just coming to work, maybe let's say for a year, learn something new and then go away. So be careful about how you answer this question, answered truthfully and show maybe your ambitions off. What you would like to learn, how you would like to grow professionally don't make it about the place you want to be in because this could be a stumbling block for the company. They couldn't say Aha, Since you want to make an emphasis on the place you want to be and it's not with us, then we wouldn't like to take you because we don't see you with our company in the long term, so be careful about that. These are some of the most common interview questions, which you could experience, and the main idea is that you take a look at these questions and study for them at home. Look in the mirror. Answer these questions with honesty, with integrity with a confident look, and you should be absolutely fine, very important for interviews. It's to also come with your own questions because this is as much an interview for you as it is for them. You need to understand not only if you are a good fit for that company, but if they are a good fit for you. So and then typically, at the end of the interview, they will ask, Do you have any questions about us? This is a great time to ask such questions as do you have, for example, corporate culture? What kind of work hours do you have? What kind of if you don't know this yet Florida. What is your attitude towards, Let's say, core values that you share? It's great to ask about some questions on topic that you've researched previously. For example, you can say that I know that in your company you have this'll particular attitude to this issue what I'm specifically interested in. For example, you know that your company is interested in the development of its employees. Your question is, do they invest in the education of the employees? Perhaps they cover some extracurricular courses. This is a great thing that will show your interest in the company. Your inquisitiveness and uh, will make you stand out as a person who came to interview and not just another candidate. So make sure to take a personal interest in the company and ask questions as well. These are some of the main points that you should pay attention to and think about before you go to an interview. And if we're speaking about the CV to make the first impression upon first contact, so upon completing the tests, you can send them to influence English who dot com and we will definitely give you some feedback. My name is Michael coming from English group. Thank you for your attention and hope to see you at our next workshop.