How to Draw Up a Curriculum:
1) Personal data
Enter personal and personal data: name, surname, place of birth and residence. Don't forget the telephone number, a simple and professional e-mail composed of name and surname. Contacts and social accounts, links to blogs, portfolios or personal sites must also be indicated.
2) Training course
Within this section, include your educational qualifications and educational experiences in decreasing chronological order, from the most recent as a Bachelor's and Master's, to the least recent as your diploma.
Don't forget to include: training and specialization courses, certificates, diplomas and certifications. Write down everything that can be useful to demonstrate personal skills. Play all your cards and prove that you are the figure they are looking for.
Keep this section regularly updated with new information: professional experiences, courses and seminars also held in one to two days, to communicate to the recruiter interest in their work and willingness to stay updated.
Indicates language skills, with relative level of writing, understanding and speaking. Also refer to experiences that have allowed you to develop this knowledge: courses, achievement of certifications, internships abroad, etc.