1 – Get your CV up to scratch.
Before applying for an apprenticeship, you need a good CV to stand out to your employer. The average time spent looking at a CV by an is 5-7 seconds, don’t make it too long. Two pages maximum. Keep your CV current and tailored to the apprenticeship you’re applying for. Any work experience you’ve done should be added and write your skills that will apply to what your employer is looking for. This is key if you’ve uploaded your CV to a job site, so recruiters can find you, keywords are very important. Job titles and job buzzwords will help a search engine pick out your CV from the pile.