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Manage yourself & CV skills workshop
A CILIP CDG & EoE region joint event, 12 July 2012 1-5pm
Conference Room Bury St Edmunds Library, IP33 1TZ
A half-day participative event to help you develop these transferrable work and life skills.
Please bring a copy of your CV with you if you have one. You will also be asked to keep a work log for a short period before the event.
Manage yourself: how to be more productive with your time
- manage incoming information
- prioritise tasks
- break down projects into more manageable parts
- tracking progress
- reflecting and learning
(Dr Geraint Story, Independent Trainer)
CV skills: review your resume
- identify your unique selling points
- match your CV to the job specification
- what to include in a covering letter
- learning from feedback
(Louise Bachelor, Next Step)
Join us from 12 noon in the library cafe for an opportunity to network before the workshop.
Refreshments will be provided.
CDG/EoE region members: £25 + VAT = £30
Non CDG/EoE region members: £30 + VAT = £36
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