Writing a CV Powerpoint Presentation

Writing a CV Powerpoint Presentation

Brilliant presentation for 16+ about writing a CV, good advice, funny things found on CV’s and much more! 16 slides, very captivating and useful for all relevant ages!! This is my best seller, please also look at: Writing a Covering Letter PowerPoint - buy together in a bundle! Hope you like it!
MissCharlotteAndrews
5 x UCAS sample personal statements

5 x UCAS sample personal statements

5x UCAS sample personal statements. Each statement complies with the UCAS word count guidelines. These could be used as part of a Guidance lesson on applying for university courses in the following subjects: Computing, Mathematics (x2), Economics and Nursing. Samples for specific course applications are available on request.
biggles1230
Model UCAS application Personal Statement

Model UCAS application Personal Statement

Ideal for sixth form students: this model personal statement (with accompanying commentary) is a sure-fire method of helping with an application to go to University. Could be used as part of a careers, citizenship or PSHE lesson or as a teaching tool in another subject.
samcurran1
Careers Resource - Personal Statement writing X 2 lessons

Careers Resource - Personal Statement writing X 2 lessons

These lessons were written for KS4 students learning to write a personal statement or CV / covering letter to prospective employers or for University applications. These lesson can be used for aged 14-18 or even adult learners needing to build confidence. They provide mock examples of 'good' and 'bad' personal statements as a discussion point.
jsimpson9
Applying for jobs: How to read job adverts

Applying for jobs: How to read job adverts

“Applying for jobs” is a self-contained classroom topic that introduces students to how to read and interpret job adverts by picking out the key messages and what they say "between the lines". Students will explore how they can gain some insight to the culture and environment in the organisation from how they advertise for new employees. Students will also consider how they could tailor their response to meet the expectations in two different job adverts. This topic supports the learning outcomes in the Association for Careers Education and Guidance (ACEG) framework for career and work-related learning at Key Stage 4 but can be used with a range of groups depending on their needs and abilities, and provides good evidence of lesson planning. Two files are included with this topic. The first file is a lesson plan, worksheets and suggested running order for the activities. The lesson plan also includes differentiated learning goals, reflective questions and a “before and after” review of learning relating to this topic. The second file is a slide show presentation which can be used with a whiteboard or pc/laptop and projector, to add structure to the lesson for students. The slideshow has the same running order as the lesson plan, and includes modern and striking imagery to appeal to young adult learners.
knowledgeandskills
C.V. Writing: Job Skills - employable skills, PowerPoint and activities

C.V. Writing: Job Skills - employable skills, PowerPoint and activities

Do you want to prepare your teenage students on the skills section of their C.V. in a fun and self-reflective way? Then this PowerPoint and matching worksheet resource is for you, and will leave your students saying "those skills though...!". (To explain the title, I like to keep my resources current to the world students are growing up in, making the title of this resource very fitting with current teen lingo!) Product includes: • 7 slide PowerPoint presentation with guided activities, both individual and peer included. • 5 attractive and self-reflective worksheets relating to the PowerPoint. This resource is great for C.V. preparation and guides students through the process of: • identifying the skills employers are looking for • which skills they currently have • evidence of where they are demonstrating the skills • what they will need to improve upon in the future for their chosen career. The worksheets work hand in hand with the PowerPoint and everything is straightforward to follow requiring no preparation from you! Give your students the best chance amongst all the competition out there for jobs in the big wide world. This will be so valuable in helping to build their CV and identifying which skills they need to develop while they are still in school – the earlier the better after all! Your students will definitely think you are the most awesome teacher ever when you pull out this resource in your lesson! Watch their reaction when you hand this out to them! "That TEACHER though..!" ************************************************************************************************************************ • If you choose to download this resource, please take the time to leave a rating - I do really value your feedback and I always look forward to reading what you think about my resources! If you have any questions about this resource or anything else, you can email me at TeachersResourceForce@yahoo.com. • Be the first to know when I upload new resources, discounts and freebies by following my page!
TeachersResourceForce
The power of the paper round: The value of work-related learning and experience

The power of the paper round: The value of work-related learning and experience

“The power of the paper round” is a self-contained classroom topic about how to maximise the value of wider work-related learning experience to provide evidence of employability skills. Students may not think that they have much work experience, but many activities contribute to learning for and about work. This topic will help them to make the link between their wider experience and the skills that are valued by employers. This topic supports the learning outcomes in the Association for Careers Education and Guidance (ACEG) framework for career and work-related learning at Key Stage 4 but can be used with a range of groups depending on their needs and abilities, and provides good evidence of lesson planning. Two files are included with this topic. The first file is a lesson plan, worksheets and suggested running order for the activities. The lesson plan also includes differentiated learning goals, reflective questions and a “before and after” review of learning relating to this topic. The second file is a slide show presentation which can be used with a whiteboard or pc/laptop and projector, to add structure to the lesson for students. The slideshow has the same running order as the lesson plan, and includes modern and striking imagery to appeal to young adult learners.
knowledgeandskills
Better letters: Write a great letter

Better letters: Write a great letter

“Better letters” is a self-contained classroom topic about how to write a letter of application for a job. An introductory letter is your first opportunity to make a good impression on an employer, whether it is on paper or an email. This topic is about how to write an effective supporting letter to accompany a job application, highlighting your strengths and avoiding some common pitfalls. This topic supports the learning outcomes in the Association for Careers Education and Guidance (ACEG) framework for career and work-related learning at Key Stage 4 but can be used with a range of groups depending on their needs and abilities, and provides good evidence of lesson planning. Two files are included with this topic. The first file is a lesson plan, worksheets and suggested running order for the activities. The lesson plan also includes differentiated learning goals, reflective questions and a “before and after” review of learning relating to this topic. The second file is a slide show presentation which can be used with a whiteboard or pc/laptop and projector, to add structure to the lesson for students. The slideshow has the same running order as the lesson plan, and includes modern and striking imagery to appeal to young adult learners.
knowledgeandskills
Interview me! Make a good first impression

Interview me! Make a good first impression

“Interview me” is a self-contained classroom topic which explores image. The earlier students understand the significance of the image they portray, the more this impacts positively on their personal development including their self-confidence and self-esteem. This topic helps students to understand why the image they portray in a competitive situation such as an interview is important and why they need to differentiate between the image they portray with friends or family from a more formal setting. This topic supports the learning outcomes in the Association for Careers Education and Guidance (ACEG) framework for career and work-related learning at Key Stage 3 and provides good evidence of lesson planning. Two files are included with this topic. The first file is a lesson plan, worksheets and suggested running order for the activities. The lesson plan also includes differentiated learning goals, reflective questions and a “before and after” review of learning relating to this topic. The second file is a slide show presentation which can be used with a whiteboard or pc/laptop and projector, to add structure to the lesson for students. The slideshow has the same running order as the lesson plan, and includes engaging and high quality images to add visual appeal.
knowledgeandskills
Tell me when... Competency based interviews

Tell me when... Competency based interviews

“Tell me when…” is a self-contained classroom topic about how to handle a competency based interview. This is a widely used interview technique which is designed to test your suitability for a job by looking at your past behaviour. Instead of asking you to describe your work background, the interviewer(s) will give you some scenarios and ask you to give a specific example of when you have been in this situation and how you dealt with it. This can be a challenging interview if you haven’t prepared for it, but there is one advantage in that if you don’t have a lot of work experience you can draw on other examples from your life. The title is a play on words as the question may start “Tell me when (…you faced this situation). This topic supports the learning outcomes in the Association for Careers Education and Guidance (ACEG) framework for career and work-related learning at Key Stage 4 but can be used with a range of groups depending on their needs and abilities, and provides good evidence of lesson planning. Two files are included with this topic. The first file is a lesson plan, worksheets and suggested running order for the activities. The lesson plan also includes differentiated learning goals, reflective questions and a “before and after” review of learning relating to this topic. The second file is a slide show presentation which can be used with a whiteboard or pc/laptop and projector, to add structure to the lesson for students. The slideshow has the same running order as the lesson plan, and includes modern and striking imagery to appeal to young adult learners.
knowledgeandskills
CV Success: Prepare your Curriculum Vitae

CV Success: Prepare your Curriculum Vitae

“CV Success” is a self-contained classroom topic that will help students to understand the different types of Curriculum Vitae that are commonly used and when they might be used. Students will work on producing a basic CV and learn how to identify and highlight their own skills in it. They will be made aware of the most common mistakes people make in CVs and how to avoid them. This topic supports the learning outcomes in the Association for Careers Education and Guidance (ACEG) framework for career and work-related learning at Key Stage 4 but can be used with a range of groups depending on their needs and abilities, and provides good evidence of lesson planning. Two files are included with this topic. The first file is a lesson plan, worksheets and suggested running order for the activities. The lesson plan also includes differentiated learning goals, reflective questions and a “before and after” review of learning relating to this topic. The second file is a slide show presentation which can be used with a whiteboard or pc/laptop and projector, to add structure to the lesson for students. The slideshow has the same running order as the lesson plan, and includes modern and striking imagery to appeal to young adult learners.
knowledgeandskills
Super skill me! Develop useful skills for future employment

Super skill me! Develop useful skills for future employment

“Super skill me” is a self-contained classroom topic that explores employability skills and in particular how these skills can be transferable – what you learn in one context can be useful in another. This will be particularly helpful to students who have never had formal employment but need to start thinking about how to prepare personal statements, job applications or interviews in the future. Students will gain confidence from being able to talk about the skills they have developed in other aspects of their lives and how they would be useful to a future employer. This topic supports the learning outcomes in the Association for Careers Education and Guidance (ACEG) framework for career and work-related learning at Key Stage 3 and provides good evidence of lesson planning. Two files are included with this topic. The first file is a lesson plan, worksheets and suggested running order for the activities. The lesson plan also includes differentiated learning goals, reflective questions and a “before and after” review of learning relating to this topic. The second file is a slide show presentation which can be used with a whiteboard or pc/laptop and projector, to add structure to the lesson for students. The slideshow has the same running order as the lesson plan, and includes engaging and high quality images to add visual appeal.
knowledgeandskills