Administrators can generate CVs (or resumes) for users that show a person's history of experiences and the most important skill they acquired during those experiences.
When generating a CV, you can choose between a modern and classic layout. Regardless of the layout, the content will be the same.
Understanding a CV / Resume Layout
Both the modern and classic CV contains 3 main sections that are located differently on the page, as explained below:
- Timeline - Shows a summary of past experiences categorized by type
- Personal Information - Providing basic contact and language proficiency information
- Skills - Highlighting the user's strongest skills.
Understanding a CV / Resume Components
Each CV component above contains various information about the user, as explained below:
The timeline summarizes a person's past experiences and the skills and knowledge acquired during each of those experiences.
The timeline comprises multiple pieces of information as follows:
- Type of experience - indicates the type of experience that follow, be it a professional experience (job, internship), educational experience (study), or other experience (informal work, hobbies, other activities).
- Duration - the start and end dates of the experience.
- Title or degree - a description of the role held or the degree earned.
- Employer or Institution - name and location of the employer or the organisation issuing a certificate.
- Top skills - the skills a user indicated having used most intensely during the experience, including how many more skills have been acquired during the experience.
2. Personal Information
The personal Information section of the CV / Resume provides basic information that could be of interest to employers or career counsellors.
The personal information section provides 4 types of information about a user:
- Contact Information - Telephone number, email address, mailing address
- Biometric Information - Date of Birth, Nationality
- Language Proficiency - Languages spoken, proficiency level, certificate earned (if applicable)
- Qualifications - Certificates or qualifications earned by the user from a training or course.
The skill section lists the strongest skills a user has added to their skill profile. The skills are grouped into various categories.
The skill section comprises various pieces of information:
- Skill category - indicates the area/type of skills the user has
- Total number of skills a user has added that belong to the category
- Skill list - list of skills the user has added that belong to the category.