This is an extremely useful step by step guide to writing, rethinking or revamping your CV. CV anxiety is a problem all of us have at some point in our career; what to say? How to say it? What is the best way to present it? How to put across constructively those yawning year long gaps between roles that you spent on a beach in India. What font to use? This book holds your hand and walks you through all these questions and many more.
It’s useful at any stage in your career, whether you’re a wet behind the ears runner, or a seasoned Creative Director. More than this, it’s somewhat of a handbook for how to present yourself positively in the creative industry marketplace in general. Stepping beyond mere advice on your CV, it gives advice on writing cover letters, following up, negotiating with and keeping in contact with employers in ways that display good attitude and integrity. Very impressive all round.
If you’re looking to revamp your creative CV, then get in touch.
Gavin has now created an online course so you can improve your CV. You can access it at any time and breaks down the course to make it quicker and easier to follow. The course includes worksheets and is only £11. There are further modules that you can add for a little extra, to go into more details to give your CV its fullest potential. You can sign up to the Clearly Creative CV Course, here.