Glasgow and Edinburgh CV Writing
Edinburgh and Glasgow CV Writing for Redundancy

A CV/Resume is a critical tool in the job interview process. Your professionally constructed Curriculum Vitae will maximise your chances of being short-listed for job interviews.


Whether you have been made redundant, are facing redundancy, are looking to change jobs or are looking for your first job, we can construct a professional and cost effective CV for you.

Please note that we only construct CVs for those who have attended our Job Interview Skills session.

Our Individually-Tailored CV Writing Service - for Individuals

All our CVs are written bespoke at Interview Crest and individually tailored to your situation, your skills, your key personality traits, your experience and the type of posts you seek. We do not use ready-made CV templates like some other CV Writing providers.

CV Writing must take place after you have attended our Job Interview Skills session, for it's here that exploration takes place into your values, your transferable skills, your strengths and weaknesses, the key personality traits the interviewer is searching for from you, your 'true' competences, what you can offer to the company (it just doesn't want your skills).....and more. This is why we only construct CVs for those who have attended our Job Interview Skills session.

Corporate CV and Job Interview Skills Package - for Companies

Our Corporate CV and Job Interview Skills Package is tailored to the individual requirements of each organisation.

Key details of our Corporate CV and Job Interview Skills Package:

  • Day 1 - a comprehensive CV Writing Workshop
  • Day 2 - a comprehensive Job Interview Skills Workshop
  • Maximum of 12 persons per session
  • Led by a highly experienced and skilled practitioner
  • Comprehensive Workbook/Aide Memoire to take away for further embedding of key points

Please call or email us for further information.

Now let's have a look at the Price for the Job Interview Skills sessions, and for CV Writing.

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Did You Know:

Interviewers decide to accept or reject a candidate within the first 3 to 4 minutes of an interview and spend the rest of the interview seeking evidence to support their first impression.