Your first task is to work out what you need to include in your CV. A CV is a record of your qualifications (education and on-the-job training), work experience and skills.
It should be written in report style (i.e. bullet points, short sentences and small paragraphs) NOT in essay style with long sections of prose.
Writing a good CV is tricky: the message must be right but so must its appearance.
Your CV should persuade employers that you are the right person for the job and that they should offer you an interview.
There are many companies and websites offering advice on writing a good CV. Some will even write one for you. But it is possible to write an excellent CV yourself.
Here’s some key points to consider.