Deciding how much of your education should go onto your CV can be tricky, and in many cases will make or break your chances of getting an interview – so what do you do?

Our education section tackles the many different situations a school leaver will face, and what will be the best approach to writing a CV. It doesn’t matter if you have recently left school, college or university – we’ve got you covered. It doesn’t matter how little work experience you’ve got when you have the ability to make your education shine.

You can learn how to extract the relevant skills you’ve gained from your education, and use them on your CV to show prospective employers you are ready for a working environment. Additional help and guidance on soft and hard skills will help you to create the perfect school leavers CV.

Does experience offer more value to an employer than your education? Or should your university degree be the focus of your attention when writing a CV?

We will help you decide what you need to include on your CV to give you a great chance of getting an interview. Some employer’s value experience over qualifications, but if you’ve recently left education and have little to no work experience, we offer advice on how to gain that value experience as well as the skills required proving to an employer that you have what it takes to be a valued team member.

There are many different routes you can take when leaving education – apprenticeships, part time, voluntary work, and so on. In this section we will look to delve further into what the right choice is for you, and how you can seamlessly move from education into employment with a well crafted CV.