Free Debt Advice – StepChange Debt Charity – Free Expert Debt Advice.
Mental Health Advice – Mental health charities and organisations – NHS (www.nhs.uk)
Student finance Advice – Student finance: What you need to know – Money Advice Service
Housing Advice – Shelter – the housing and homelessness charity
Disability Advice – Advice and support | Disability charity Scope UK
Advice for the Elderly – Care and support for the elderly | Age UK
Advice for carers – Help and advice on caring – Carers UK
Employment Advice – Acas | Making working life better for everyone in Britain
Benefits Advice – Fighting UK Poverty – Turn2us
Advice for young people – YoungMinds – children and young people’s mental health charity
Addiction advice – Honest information about drugs | FRANK (talktofrank.com)
General Advice – Citizens Advice
Young Adult Advice – The Mix – Essential support for under 25s
A formal document containing a brief personal profile followed by skills, education, and work-related experience closed off with details of hobbies and interests.
Aiming for 2 pages depending on experience, some candidates create several CV’s and use the relevant type to apply for different roles of interest. You might consider creating a cover letter to express further detail.
Must haves: (preferably in this order)
If you are a school/collage leaver, treat your CV as your personal profile, sell yourself and have confidence in your goals, skills, and attributes.
Key features of a cv:
Keep it up to date.