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PEFK holds CV Writing Workshop
March 12, 2017, 5:35 pm

Pakistan Employment Forum Kuwait (PEFK) organized CV Writing workshops on 8 and 9 March at Creators Coaching Center presented by Waqas Ahmed, Joint Secretary, PEFK. The workshop focused on how to build a professional CV to attract employers and to succeed in getting an interview call as well as the vitals and the common discrepancies in CVs.

PEFK aims to educate students and graduates and help them identify, plan and achieve their career goals so they may integrate into the professional society and occupy a leading position in the market. The organization conducts follow-up and training programs carried out by PEFK having a well-equipped and experienced team. Muhammad Irfan Adil, Founder/President of PEFK commenced the workshop with the name of Allah Almighty followed by a brief about the significance and objective of the workshop.

He stated that a curriculum vitae allows you to showcase yourself and your academic and professional achievements in a concise, effective way. One must have a compelling CV that is well-organized and easy to read, yet accurately represents the highest accomplishments.

Engr. Waqas Ahmed the Joint Secretary of PEFK presented a comprehensive presentation including exercises and activities very well supported by Engr. Bushra Waqas, Executive of PEFK Education Assistance Division. He highlighted key points that need to be considered while writing a professional CV. All participants showed their keen interest and asked many questions related to the subject.

Hina Saleem, Head of Creators Coaching Center appreciated the PEFK team for conducting CV writing workshops. She acknowledged the usefulness of the workshop and that it was very beneficial for job seekers and the attendees learning many useful tips for composing a professional CV. Muhammad Irfan Adil thanked Hina Saleem, all faculty members, attendees and PEFK media Team executive Umar Farooq for making the event a great success.

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