Totum Partners and City CV are joining forces to present a FREE one-hour training session to help you to create a strong and authentic CV, which will get you noticed for the right reasons.
 

The webinar will be held on 10th July from 12.30-1.30. To join us (or to access the recording after the event), REGISTER HERE.


This webinar will provide you with the information you need to write a powerful CV that will open doors and help you stand out from the crowd. With our technical expertise we will be able to answer all your burning questions on how best to present your experience and what companies are looking for in a CV – whatever the role.

  • CV evolution - how AI and algorithms can make or break your career (and how to beat the CV robots)
  • The simple reason why employers prefer CVs without photos
  • Soft skills to avoid in your CV - how to show, not tell
  • The three essential items that every bullet point must include
  • Being 'smart' - how to sell yourself every step of the way
  • Avoid the formatting errors that guarantee rejection from most CV screening systems
  • And the two mistakes that 97% of hirers will reject your CV for

The webinar will be delivered by Victoria McLean, Founder and CEO of City CV, a multi-award-winning CV writing and interview coaching consultancy. Victoria is a former blue-chip Recruitment Manager and former head hunter.


Get the job you deserve! REGISTER NOW to join us and CityCV on 10th July, from 12.30-1.30 and be ready with all of your burning questions for our live Q&A. If you are not free to listen live, do still register as we can email you details of the recording.


City CV is the leading international career consultancy providing bespoke CVs and interview coaching to thousands of individuals, from graduates to CEOs, across the globe. It has been featured in leading media, including: Channel 4; The Guardian; Huffington Post; IOD Directors Magazine; Cosmopolitan; eFinancial Careers; Stylist; CityAM; FT Adviser; i News; and Mail Online.

 

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