If you’ve landed on this post, you’re probably a Runner, keen to make your CV stand out. You might have just finished studying, hoping you’ll find your first job. You might have had one or two jobs, but are worried you don’t have enough experience. Well, this is where you’re find a TV runner CV template to help you.
How do you write a TV Runner CV?
CVs have a format that’s pretty much universal, regardless of the industry you’re applying for, as it covers the key information an employer will want to know.
This information is used to make an informed decision on whether to look further at your application, or put you in the ‘no’ pile. Also known as the recycling bin.
Runner CV Template
Header – your name and contact information
Personal Statement – a description of your skills and intended career path
Credits – this is your work experience within the industry, be it internships, student films or paid production work
Other Work – a brief list of your non-production work, be sure to highlight transferable skills you’ve acquired
Education and Training – what you’ve learned and where you’ve learned it
Hobbies and Interests – what you enjoy outside of work
References – people who can vouch for your performance
But that’s just the start.
I’ve read a lot of Runner CVs, and I know what makes a good one stand out.
I’ve already done the hard work for you.
I’ve distilled my experience into my TV Runner CV course. You’ll learn exactly how to write a CV that stands out, shows off your skills without showing off, and gets you on the interview list.
The tips and tricks inside the course will help you win your first jobs more quickly. It covers all the key sections of the CV, and deals with how you can make your CV rise to the top of the pile
“This course is like a good cake recipe… you just have to simply add you ingredients. It will definitely work!”
– Donna, Production Manager
“Just what every runner needs”
This isn’t a quick course on how to do your CV but rather an amazing template giving you insight on what the employer wants and needs.
– Sarah, Production Assistant, Manchester
“A lot of practical common sense advice from someone actually in the media industry.”
It gave me confidence that the CVs and covering letters I send out were at least on the right track and I wasn’t wasting my time.
– Joe, Production Runner, London