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Job Seekers Resources

Job Seekers Resources.

When you enrol you will have FREE access to ADL's Job Seekers Resources.  These resources include:

Job Hunters Guide - Packed full of useful tips, advice, strategies and practical information on how to find your job in the shortest possible time.

5 Minutes Careers Guide - Take the test and find out what qualifications you might need for your chosen career.

CV/Resume Preparation - Learn how to write, present and construct  CV's/Resumes- short versions as well as more formal ones.

Demonstrated Abilities - A list of key words to help you to describe your key abilities.

Transferable Skills – A quick check list useful in determining what your transferable skills might be.

Covering Letters - How to Write – an excellent resource for those times when you are not sure of what to write to a prospective employer.

Sample Job Application Letters -  More samples – can't have enough of them!

Mini CV's/Resumes – These are an excellent marketing tool enabling you to sell yourself – they are quite a unique idea and job hunters have found them invaluable, especially when cold-calling.

Selection Criteria - How to Answer – this is the most difficult area of the job application process to understand and write.  The samples give an excellent insight into to how to respond to what employers will be looking for.

Having access to the above resources all in one location, will help you alleviate the frustration of wondering “where do I start in the job seeking process and avoid the many frustrations experienced by most job seekrs. You'll be able to begin your job search with greater confidence.


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