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Job Search Skills - Using MS Word to Write Application Letters

Who
All job seekers

What

Join the NEU & Unite WULF projects for a FREE workshop on using Microsoft Word to create a professional looking letter of application.

About this Event

Using MS Word to Create an Application Letter

In this workshop, we’ll look at how to correctly format, structure, edit and save your application letter using Microsoft Word. You can use Microsoft Word online or on your desktop computer for this workshop (NB - the free online version of MS Word had limited functionality). If you don't already have an account with Microsoft (e.g. Hotmail) sign up for your free account here... Microsoft Sign Up You may already have some familiarity with Word and its functions or be a real beginner, but you’ll be keen to make your application letter look well formatted and professional. In the workshop we’ll cover everything from visual and aesthetics to appropriate fonts, paragraphing and layout. By the end of the session you should feel more confident in using MS Word to help you produce a professional-looking letter of application. All abilities welcome and questions encouraged. Ideally, participants will already have a basic cover letter that they can use and work with during the session.

WULF Careers Workshops

These workshops are all about learning the tricks and tips of applying for jobs. They will give you a clear understanding of how to present yourself, your skills and experience effectively, applying these confidently to a variety of different job applications.

Accessing the training:

The webinar will last approximately 1.5 hours and be delivered via Zoom. If you don't already have a Zoom account you can sign up for a free account here... https://zoom.us/freesignup/ Ideally, you’ll need access to a computer or laptop with a microphone/webcam. You can also join via the Zoom app on your smartphone or tablet, although the computer version is preferable.

Trainer Info - Ollie Gwyther

Ollie is a qualified and experienced tutor with a background in secondary and adult education. Prior to going freelance, Ollie worked as a tutor for Adult Learning Wales and delivered training across a number of subject areas. Passionate about supporting and empowering individuals in developing skills and, with strong technical skills and abilities, Ollie is currently developing online courses for supported self-study and also delivers training on a wide range of digital technologies.

A Note About Data Collection

This training is funded by the Welsh Government funded Wales Union Learning Fund (WULF) project. Please note that, for you to receive support from the WULF project, we are required to collect specific information from you during the registration process. This information is collected for project monitoring and evaluation purposes only. For full details of how your information will be used, please view the original document here ... Welsh Government Learner Form Get in touch with beth.roberts@neu.org.uk prior to making your booking should you have any queries or questions about providing the information requested.

Where
Virtual event

When
Date: Thursday, March 25, 2021
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Timezone: UTC (check your local time here)

How
Registration required? Yes

Cost: Free

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