Curriculum Vitae

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Curriculum Vitae

Beitragvon Mone88 » Mo Nov 16, 2009 21:29

Hello!
At school we have to write our CV in English as a homework. Now it's done and it would be great if you can have a look at it and correct it a bit. Tanks a lot!!!

Curriculum Vitae

Personal Data:

Name:
Address:

Telephone:
Date of Birth:


Education & Qualifications

Aug 07 – Jul 10 Apprenticeship as a hotel specialist
HOTEL XY
Vocational School Passau
Sep 01 – Jul 07 "Schulname und Ort"
Realschulabschluss ( O – levels)

Additional Training & Advanced Studies
Certificate about knowledge of Austrian wines by Chamber
of Industry and Commerce

IC3 Key Applications about the themes Word/Excel and Computing
Fundamentals

Leisure Inrerests
youth work, development work, travelling, computer, jogging, friends

Languages
German (mother tongue)
English (fluent written and speaken)
Spanish (fluent written and speaken)
French (good knowledge)
Italian (basic knowledge)

References
"meine Ausbilderin, in dem Fall als training supervisor bezeichnet ist das korrekt?"
Seamos realistos y hagamos lo imposible. URUGUAY, EL PAIS DE MI CORAZON Y EL MEJOR LUGAR DEL MUNDO!


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Re: Curriculum Vitae

Beitragvon Andy » Di Nov 17, 2009 12:23

Mone88 hat geschrieben:Hello!
At school we have to write our CV in English as a homework. Now it's done and it would be great if you can have a look at it and correct it a bit. Tanks a lot!!!

Curriculum Vitae

Personal Data: Personal Attributes (Thats how I use it in my CV) and the contact information I put as you can see in the picture below.

Name:
Address:

Telephone:
Date of Birth:


Education & Qualification s (Just use it without S)

Aug 07 – Jul 10 Apprenticeship as a hotel specialist
HOTEL XY
Vocational School Passau
Sep 01 – Jul 07 "Schulname und Ort"
Realschulabschluss ( O – levels)

Additional Training & Advanced Studies Additional Skills and Certificates (Sounds better to me)
Certificate about knowledge of Austrian wines by Chamber
of Industry and Commerce

IC3 Key Applications about the themes Word/Excel and Computing
Fundamentals

Leisure Interests (Or maybe use Spare time activities?)
youth work Not clear what is that, development workSame here, travel l ing, computer, jogging, friends

Languages
German (mother tongue)
English (fluent written and spOken)
Spanish (fluent written and speaken)
French (good knowledge) written and spoken? If you are specific with the first 2 languages you should also do for the others
Italian (basic knowledge)

References
"meine Ausbilderin, in dem Fall als training supervisor bezeichnet ist das korrekt?"



References I was always putting the Hotel Name and Address + the Name of GM and if possible Email Adress.

I hope the format looks different in Word :D


Furthermore:

My CV has the following Sections:

Personal Attributes

Day of Birth
Native Town
Marital Status

Education & Qualification

...

Military Service
...

Additional Skills
- IT-Skills:
...
Languages:
...

Working Experience:

...
Including Apprenticeship, because it's more work than school

References:
...
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Re: Curriculum Vitae

Beitragvon Mone88 » Di Nov 17, 2009 22:19

Hey andy, thanks a lot for your help! I know my english is bad...
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Re: Curriculum Vitae

Beitragvon Andy » Mi Nov 18, 2009 2:37

That's not true, everybodies English is as good as much they practice (Or so...). A CV is something special, most of the people are not even able to do it in there own language (Including me...?). Normally it keeps always improving, I could also take something out of yours and implement in mine ;)

Never say your English is bad, it keeps you shy, the more you practice the more you will realise how much you are actually able to say.



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Re: Curriculum Vitae

Beitragvon leosana » Mi Nov 18, 2009 14:31

But, if Mone 88 writes her/his English skills are fluent then it should be a fact, shouldn`t it?

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Re: Curriculum Vitae

Beitragvon Andy » Do Nov 19, 2009 1:46

Lol, i didn'd thought about that part :D ,but since it is only for the teacher I think it's ok :)
In general you will be come fluent as more you practice.
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