Education

Education

The education section of a pilot CV tends not to be as important as a lot of the other sections. Recruiters are interested to see your highest level of education, and a general overview of your academic performance, but it's not required to provide any great detail unless it's relevant to the role you're applying to. If you have not yet completed your education, you can still include this section on your CV. Include the name of the school or institution you are currently attending, as well as the dates. You can also include any relevant coursework you have completed so far. Remember, your CV is a tool to help you get the job you want. Make sure it is clear, concise, and relevant to the job you are applying for.

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Dos and Don'ts

Dos

  • DO include: the name  of the school or institution you attended, the dates you attended, the degree or qualifications you received, any relevant coursework you completed or subjects you studied
  • DO

Don'ts

  • DON'T include every subject you've ever studied. It's perfectly acceptable to write, for example, "10 GCSEs, Grade A-C", especially when you have completed further education. The more education you have, then less you should focus on the lesser qualifications.
  • DON'T provide useless details about your studies that don't relate to the job you're applying for.
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