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Find a Workshop Specific For Your Teaching CV

Rick Bowman - Monday, November 26, 2012

Teachers’ Professional Resumes can help improve the CV for teachers to obtain their desired job position. Read on to know more about their workshops and how they will benefit you.

QLD and NSW workshops

Teachers Professional Resumes workshops specialise in the requirements of the QLD and NSW state systems to give teachers’ CVs and selection criteria the professional edge. Queensland and New South Wales schools have slightly different approaches to selection and recruitment, with which Teachers’ Professional Resumes are fully experienced.

The first part of the session will take place in the morning where you will learn how to present your resume, and selection criteria. For NSW teachers, we discuss the position criteria and general criteria in depth. The workshop will promote a clear understanding of an effective layout, style and impactful language. The introductory belief statement and concluding potential statement will all be thoroughly discussed in this part of the session.

The second part of the session is held after lunch. This focuses on your interview performance. The workshop will teach you some very useful strategies to make an excellent impression on the panel. Near the end, you will take a mock-interview before a panel of three interviewers who will provide immediate and honest feedback on your performance. This is a very good way to prepare you for the coming interview, thus increasing your chance of landing your dream job.

Personal consultation

For any educators who are aiming for a higher position, Teachers’ Professional Resumes has a personal consultation service to assist you in landing the job. They will create a stunning application based on your qualifications, career achievements and leadership initiatives.

Teachers seeking promotions positions choose Teachers’ Professional Resumes. They can help you land your desired job position.

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