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Creating your video CV
Transcript of Creating your video CV
Tips to create a professional video CV
Start by mentioning your name (first and last).
Discuss why you would be a good employee and what you can do for the company that hires you.
Thank the viewer for considering you for employment.
Don't mix your personal life with your professional one.
Don't be afraid to be creative.
Don't expect your video CV to replace your traditional CV. Not all employers are interested.
What is a video CV?
It is a short video created by a candidate for employment that describes the individual's skills and qualifications.
It is used to supplement a traditional CV.
2. What I can do
How to promote your video CV
Include a link to your video CV in your paper/online CV.
Include your video resume or a link to it in your professional profiles on career networking sites like LinkedIn.
Use Youtube or specific websites. http://mi-curriculum-vitae.com/ or https://www.videocvon.com/
Advantages of a video CV
What to include
It can help you stand out as a job
You can explain your qualifications in your own voice, offering a closer approximation of your personality and your communicative skills.
You can prove your knowledge of languages.
You are showing that you know how to use digital technology.
It is a sample of your creativity.
It offers more information than a simple CV.
Personal details: name and surname, age and place where you live
- Degrees and names of universities, colleges, or professional programs
- Additional diplomas or certificates.
Personality: strengths and weaknesses, likes, etc.
Dress professionally in business attire, just as if you were going to an in-person interview.
Keep it short: one - three minutes.
Look at the camera, not at the desk or table below you.
Don't speak too fast.
Make sure there isn't any background noise and that the wall behind you isn't too busy.
Practice what you're going to say ahead of time.
1. Who I am
Skills and abilities (languages, IT, specific skills)
1. Prepare the script and hand it in to your teacher.
2. Practice with a colleague.
3. Record it as many times as it is necessary
4. Edit the video (Movie Maker or similar) and post it.
3. Me in the future
Occupation that you are looking for.
How you see your professional future.
Assessment - 30% of the final mark
4. Pronunciation and intonation.
7. Tips (dos and don'ts)
10. Video edition and publishing (extra)
4. Closing (Thank you)
Currently I am doing a vocational training course in...
I hold a ... certificate.
I have eight years experience in ...
I have been working for a ... company for the past two years.
I am a hard worker with an enthusiastic attitude.
I work well in a team.
I am capable of taking initiative.
I'd like to work for a company...
Thank you for considering my application.