You’ll use this for all of the roles that you may apply for, so make sure you add in specific experience and skills that employers will be looking for.
You could have a couple of versions of your CV if you are potentially looking at a couple of different fields and need to highlight your skills and experience differently.
This should be a short summary of you and what you are looking for. This is also your opportunity to sell yourself and what you can offer.
You need to list all of the qualifications you have (generally highest first) including:
Provide a list of relevant training courses that you’ve taken and the dates you took them
List your career history in date order with the most recent first.
Provide a brief summary of who the company was and what services or products they delivered.
Overview of role and responsibilities
Hobbies & Personal Interests and Volunteering
If you have any personal interests, hobbies or volunteering commitments that may add value to your application then add them in too, but generally, if you leave these out it gives you something interesting and new to talk about in the interview.
Employers will tend to ask for these if they want them. This is normally as an application progresses towards a later stage.