How to build your CV
Your Resume or CV is the key part in your job application since a good CV gives you the opportunity to get an interview. Therefore it is very important to build a CV that is well-written, clear and concise.
Based on our experience reviewing various applications, it is necessary that you include the followings:
1. Personal Details
 Always remember to include the following personal details in your CV:
Full Name 
Home Address (in your home country)
Birth date.
Current Location Address (if out of home country).
Home Telephone Number and a Mobile Tel. 
Skype ID and Skype email
At least one email address which you often check for new emails. 
2. Educational Qualifications
Be sure to include your educational qualification, with most recent attendance down to secondary level education.
State the inclusive dates as year of graduation.
3. Employment History / Work Experiences
Always present your educational qualification history in reverse order, that is to start with your current or most recent work experience then continue in the same reverse order for the next ones.
For every work experience, mention the following: company Name, Location or Country, Start and End Dates and Position you handled.
The job description/Job details for each experience should be concise, giving important points to the work responsibilities.
4. Trainings / Courses Attended
Include training or course attended related to your work specialization, mentioning the inclusive dates and place of training.
5. Special Skills / Technical Skills / Computer Skills
Mention all other technical skills you know is important for the employers to know and is related to your work.
Mention your computer knowledge and be specific with the computer Softwares that you use in your field of work.
6. Languages
Mention languages that you know, Spoken, Read and Written.

We have also some recommendations to help you build a great Resume or CV
1. Simplicity: Write your CV with simple text fonts and avoid too much colors. Include only important details and give attention to work abilities, dates,achievementsbrief aout your job duties and responsibilities and technical knowledge.


2. Reverse Order: In specifying work experiences and educational qualifications, always arrange in reverse order, that is start with the latest or current experience or attendance.


3. Organize your CV: Format is important in writing a CV. Make sure that it is organized, not overcrowded, up to date and relevant, in order, with proper margins, neat spaces and the employers can easily see what in the CV.  Always mention the most important details first.


4. Spelling and Grammar: Always check your spelling and grammar. It is advisable to use the spelling checker of MS Word. It is not impressive that there are wrong spellings and very obvious incorrect  grammars in your Resume or CV.


5. Irrelevant Information: Do not mention irrelevant information, also it is not advisable to list hobbies and other unimportant personal details.


6. Summarize Details: Avoid lengthy paragraphs in your CV. Summarize descriptions in job responsibilities highlighting the scope of work and most impressive achievements.


7. References: Don’t use the “References available upon Request” line. This information is obvious so there is no need to mention it. It is best to avoid putting references on your CV or Resume  unless you have been specifically asked to provide them.


8. Using of Abbreviations: Take caution in using abbreviations since not everybody may know the meaning of the abbreviations that you will use.

9. Limit of CV pages: The CV must be maximum 3 to 5 pages including the cover page.
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