Last few places now available for Brilliant CVs: A workshop for iCeGS by Dr Jim Bright

The Brilliant CVs workshop is almost full. If you want to book you had better move quickly!

We are very lucky to have Jim Bright visiting iCeGS on July 2nd 2013 to present a workshop entitled ‘Brilliant CVs’

The CV is one of the fundamentally important documents in our careers.  The CV can determine not only whether you are interviewed, but also whether you get the job. There exists empirical evidence to suggest that the job one does can serve to identify you in society and the work you do may even influence what you ultimately die of.  Yet despite this, resume advice abounds that is based on hearsay, myths and unfounded beliefs.

In this workshop Dr Jim Bright will share with you an evidence based approach to job hunting and CVs that has been shown to work.  He will back up his presentation with peer reviewed scientific studies evaluating the efficacy of his model of CV writing.  He will also share brand new research, ideas and models that will be published in the forthcoming Brilliant CV: the students guide and in the 5th edition of the best- selling Brilliant CV.  Come and hear why this book has sold over 100,000 copies in the UK, USA, Australia and worldwide.

This workshop will have relevance for any practitioner who supports individuals who are transitioning to new jobs and career roles.

The workshop will run from 10.00 until 3.00 at the Universities Kedleston Road site.

The cost of the workshop is £100 +VAT for the day and this will include lunch.

In order to book a place at the workshop, please click here.

We look forward to seeing you there.

If you have any questions about this event please contact Nicki Moore at n.moore@derby.ac.uk.

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