Available are a unique and unrivalled series of cover letter tutorials featuring detailed sample cover letters in a
- Standard CV case study
- Targeted CV case study, and
- Executive/Senior Executive CV case study
Cover letters should be concise but to be useful, they should accompany their parent CVs along with explanations to assist learning.
In reality, very few samples are packaged this way, therefore any standalone letter should be viewed with caution. A cover letter is best written with information from its parent CV.
Then there is the question of what and how much information to add. Too much, then letters become duplicates of their CVs and are discarded. Too little, then they become less effective.
Writing a cover letter can be more challenging than writing CVs. To learn the concepts fully, letter samples should be presented as part of broader detailed CV case studies.
Consequently, we provide a unique range of cover letter tutorials with examples constructed from detailed CV case studies.
Cover letter examples are explained in two tutorial versions. The first explains how to write CVs and their accompanying cover letters, packaged into three CV tutorial manuals, the Standard CV, the Targeted CV and the
Executive CV writing manuals. In these manuals, letters are constructed from detailed CV case studies (which include rough and finished CV drafts) along with thorough explanations on what information from the CVs are used to write the cover letters powerfully.
The other tutorial version focus more on writing cover letters than it does on CVs; intended for confident CV writers seeking help with their cover letters. The cover letter examples are developed from less detailed CV case studies, featuring brief CV drafts. A sample cover letter is constructed from the drafts for each CV format, also with detailed explanations.
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