CV form

CV form is a tool used by employers, especially in Europe, to get detailed information about their prospective employees. These are forms regularly used by employers along with their applications and are similar in format to your regular CV, which you would anyway submit while seeking a job. The CV form allows employees to provide detailed personal information including the freedom of writing something about himself or herself, which could help the employer decide whether the person is the right candidate for the job or not.

The CV form starts with the routine personal details as is required of any CV, which include the name, address, contact numbers, mobile, email address, nationality, date of birth and marital status.

The second part of this CV form relates to the educational qualifications obtained by the individual. This includes only the basic academic and professional qualification attained by the individual. You can write about all other miscellaneous courses and trainings attended in part four of this CV form, which asks you to provide all such information.

Next is the employment history of the individual, which can be in chronological or reverse chronological order and which contains details of positions held along with responsibilities handled.

The fourth part of the CV form along with seeking information on other courses attended also asks you about the languages you know and your prizes or achievements in your professional life.

The best part of a CV form is that it allows you to highlight your skills and qualifications in a separate column, whereby you can actually promote yourself as well as your knowledge and try and attract the prospective employer.

The last part of CV form deals with hobbies and personal interests and also seeks the names of references, who can vouch for you professionally.