In this unit we will see what they are and how to write CVs, cover letters and job applications, as well as the differences between them and tips for their preparation.
We will also look at the process for the validation of both university and non-university qualifications.
Human resources professionals and managers handle large quantities of CVs and have little time. They select by elimination and are sensitive to first impressions. So:
Your CV should contain the following information. Of course, its content is not rigid and will depend on your profile and the points you want to highlight.
The wording of your cover letter follows the same advice as the wording of your CV.
We insist that your cover letter be:
A job application is a form through which an application for a job is submitted, and is used by employers as a means of getting to know the candidate’s job profile. The use of these forms provides interviewers with a way of getting to know candidates better.
Through the Ministry of Education and Professional Training you can apply for the recognition of qualifications or validation of non-university studies obtained abroad.
Degrees or studies must meet the following requirements for recognition or validation: