Making a good first impression to a recruiter is just as important today as it ever was. And maybe even more so in the ESL industry, where a recruiter might receive hundreds of applications from all around the world!
So, you need your job application to stand out amongst all the others, and entice the recruiter into wanting to know more about you and keep reading your resume. Even if you have the qualifications and experience, a poorly written and hard to read resume is too easily discarded when they are dealing with so many.
If you need support you can ask a question in each lesson or you can contact us here.
Good luck! We can’t wait to see you succeed!
What You’ll Get With This Course
In this course, you’ll learn how to:
- Create your own professional resume that will be focused towards the ESL industry
- Understand what details you should include, and what irrelevant details you should leave out of your resume
- Choose from 3 different styles of resume templates which are optimised for ESL recruiters
- 5 real-life editable examples
- Use power words and ESL keywords so your resume doesn’t get rejected by automated Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS), and actually gets in to the hands of a real human!
So, are you ready to start this journey?
Let’s do it!
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Important Course Information
For every lesson, don’t forget to check the Lesson Materials section. In there you’ll find downloadable templates, real-life examples, tools, further resources, and useful links to other websites too, all of which are relevant to that particular lesson!
During every lesson, you have the opportunity to take personal notes. These notes can be downloaded as a Word document for your convenience. Simply click on the Pause button on the video so you don’t miss anything, and then click on the yellow ‘Take Notes’ button at the bottom of the screen, and you’ll get a popup window to write your notes into. If you want to come back and watch a certain section of the video again, make sure you include the timer where you’ve paused the video at.
In the Lesson Materials, refer to the glossary of terms and acronyms which are used in the ESL industry and maybe used in this course.
Around the world, countries use the terms: resume, curriculum vitae and CV and may use them interchangeably. During this course, we mostly use the word resume, but we mean the same thing.
The 'How to Create Your ESL Resume' course includes the following learning materials...
3 Easy-to-Follow Video Lessons:
- How is an ESL Resume Different to a Normal Resume?
- What Should I Include In an ESL Resume?
- What Should I Exclude From an ESL Resume?
Downloadable Templates and Examples:
- 3 ESL-focused Resume layout styles
- 5 editable examples of real-life Resumes
Keyword / Powerword Lists:
- 35+ Transferable Skills
- 50+ Hobbies and Interests
- 55+ Personality Traits
- 85+ Strengths
- 240+ ESL Keywords and Powerwords
- 260+ Teacher Related Job Tasks
- 230+ Non Teacher Related Job Tasks
- Good Resumes vs Bad Resumes
- Good Profile Photos vs Bad Profile Photos
- Glossary of terms
Plus other recommendations!