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CV Writing Workshop

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CV Writing workshop for experienced tech professionals seeking new opportunities to advance in their tech careers.

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This Workshop is designed specifically for those who are currently working in the technology sector and are looking for new opportunities to advance in their tech career. Whether it is by applying for promotion internally or by applying for a new job at another organisation, or entirely switching your current job from another industry into the technology sector, you need a rocking CV that can help you stand out in the crowd.

During this 120 minutes workshop, our CV expert and Career Coach - Tana Storani will walk you through the basics you need to be aware of when entering the mid-level IT talent pool including the current trends and patterns in the tech recruitment sector, the personal branding musts and tools, as well how to start writing your CV from scratch.

As it is an activity based workshop with small working groups, make sure you come prepared to get the best out of it. As we go through the introductions of the various sections of a professional CV, the facilitator will try to cover as much information as possible and each attendee will be given equal amount of time to make an attempt to write those sections of their own CVs. The facilitator will also choose one or two CVs randomly to review after each section. Attendees might also have the opportunity to clarify some doubts during the Q&A session at the end of the workshop. However, the number of questions that can be answered during the Q&A session depends on the availability of the remaining time.

If the `attendees have further questions they would like to clarify with the workshop facilitators, they may do so by contacting the events team via: events@irishtechsociety.ie

About the Facilitator

Workshop Facilitator: Tana Storani, CV Expert and career Coach, Irish Tech Society

Tana Storani is an International Career Strategist and Personal Brander, passionate about helping people to leverage and transform their dreams of an international career. Her educational background includes:

➤ B.A in Psychology by Catholic University

➤ Linkedin Recruiter Certified - Evangelist and Expert

➤ CIPD HR Certified by National College of Ireland

➤ Executive & Life Coaching certified by EMCC and IFC

➤ Blue Belt in Internet Recruitment Certified by Social Talent

➤ Personal Branding Diploma | Personal Branding Academy

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tanastorani/

What you need to bring

  • Bring your own devices, equipments etc.
  • Make sure you have a very good internet connection in order to avoid tech problems during the workshop.
  • Please make sure to bring any relevant information about your personal, education and previous/current work experience with you in order to make the CV writing process more efficient.
  • Any other information/ tools you feel might be required.

About Irish Tech Society

Irish Tech Society is a unique, non-profit organisation. Whilst recognising the power of technology in transforming our lives and our society, we focus on the people who innovate, develop, and ultimately benefit from those technologies.

The Mission of Irish Tech Society

To offer leadership, guidance, continuous learning and professional development opportunities to all individuals in the tech sector worldwide.

Our D&I Policy

"My ambition is to transform governmental, corporate and individual mindsets to embrace diversity in all its forms and encourage inclusion to get the most from this diversity. I believe that success comes from being curious about and valuing our different abilities and realising that we can all contribute to our collective future. This belief is also at the heart of what the Irish Tech Society does and that's why I'm proud to support it." - Mark Fenton, Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Irish Tech Society

Accessibility Policy

Irish Tech Society is committed to making all our services, facilities and events accessible and welcoming for everyone.

If you have any accessibility requirements and would like to request further assistance or support, please provide details below. A team member will contact you, and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.

We request such requests to be submitted as soon as possible to allow time for us to process your requirements. The closing date for requests via the form below is January 1, 2022. We will also do our best to honour requests that are made after the closing date. However, our ability to do so may be confined.

Please check back often for updates and additional information. For any questions about accessibility adjustments or if you have any comments or suggestions for ways that we can improve, please contact us via info@irishtechsociety.ie.

Anti-harassment policy

Irish Tech Society is dedicated to providing an enjoyable, respectful and safe event experience for everyone, both offline and online. We expect participants to follow these rules within all conference environments and conference-related social environments.

We expect all participants to conduct themselves professionally and appropriately. We do not tolerate bullying or harassment of event participants in any form, including, but not limited to:

  • Making verbal or written comments that reinforce social structures of domination related to gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age and/religion;
  • Engaging in deliberate intimidation;
  • Stalking or persistent following;
  • Cyberbullying;
  • Inappropriate or unwarranted photography, recordings or screen-captures;
  • Creating or sharing harmful, obscene or indecent content;
  • Creating or sharing cruel or insensitive content;
  • Facilitating sustained disruption of engagements;
  • Instigating inappropriate contact or unwelcome attention.
  • We have zero tolerance for actions or behaviour that impact an event participants’ safety and wellbeing, including, but not limited to:
  • Facilitating any violence or criminal conduct;
  • Promoting or publicising any criminal or violent activity;
  • Sexual exploitation of children or adults;
  • Violating privacy or image privacy rights of others;
  • Showcasing or promoting suicide and self-harm;
  • Using content that is hateful, harmful or graphic;
  • Engaging in behaviour or actions that are considered threatening.

The actions mentioned above are not permitted in any of our event environments, including talks, workshops, seminars, networking activities, meetings and any other activities. Exhibiting, sponsoring, and similar activities are also subject to the anti-harassment policy. We review both first-person and bystander reports of violations of this policy.

In case a participant engages in the above-mentioned behaviour, the event organisers may take any action they deem appropriate, including warning the offender or expulsion from the event with no refund. Participants asked to stop any harassing behaviour are expected to comply immediately. The Anti-harassment policy is in addition to our rights of action contained in the Terms and Conditions of your ticket.

If you are experiencing or witnessing anything that violates this policy or has any other concerns, please contact us immediately via the below form or through an ITS staff member at the venue.

For questions or feedback regarding this statement, please contact info@irishtechsociety.ie.

Report an incident

If you have experienced or witnessed any inappropriate behaviour while attending any of the events organised by Irish Tech Society, please report it to us by emailing info@irishtechsociety. Every incident reported will be taken seriously and dealt with in the strictest confidence.

Privacy Policy

We will use the personal data you provide on this platform and in associated correspondence for the purpose of assessing your eligibility for participation and verifying your identity for the event. We may also use the personal data you provide on Eventbrite and in associated correspondence as part of any future considerations regarding your registration and for the purpose of contacting you to inform you about future updates and news of the Irish Tech Society.

The personal data provided here will be stored securely in ITS’s databases. It may be shared, if necessary, with the stakeholders of the Irish Tech Society for the purpose of evaluating your application and for the purpose of evaluating the reach of the society and its offerings and to assess measures for the well being of the members of the Irish Tech Society, its followers and its stakeholders.

The personal data you provide in this form and in associated correspondence is necessary for us to determine your eligibility for registration and your participation. If you do not provide this data, your application cannot be processed.

This data may be retained until ITS can be sure that you will not have any further contact with the society and or until ITS does not intend to further contact you.

You have the right to request access to, and a copy of, your personal data that we process. You can do this by filling in a Subject Access Request form under Article 15, Recitals 63 & 64 of GDPR. for information about the Subject request access form, pls visit https://www.dataprotection.ie/en/individuals/know-your-rights/right-access-informationData. If you wish to exercise your right to request access to your data, you can do so by sending the completed Access request form to info@irishtechsociety.ie. You may be required to verify your identity before we send the information to you.

You have the right to request us to rectify any errors in your data or to erase your data, as well as to seek a restriction of the processing of your data or to object to the processing of your data in certain circumstances. To do this you should write to info@irishtechsociety.ie, explaining what errors need to be rectified or erased or your reasons for seeking the restriction of, or objecting to, the processing.

You can contact the Data Protection Officer for Irish Tech Society via the following email: DPO@irishtechsociety.ie

T&C

Purchasing a ticket does not ensure a successful result on your registration. By submitting the required information and purchasing the ticket by paying the fee, you give us permission to process your data to check your eligibility for attending the workshop. If your purchase of the ticket and the registration information is deemed satisfactory and has been accepted by ITS, we will notify you via the contact information submitted in this form. If your application is not successful, we will inform you of such and where reasonable we will refund your ticket fee.

Irish Tech Society CLG exclusively reserves all rights to amend, change or revise any decisions made in relation to this workshop. In case of any change on the information mentioned above, we will try our best to inform you as soon as possible. In case of the event being cancelled or post-poned we iwll notify you of such decision as soon as possible. in case of cancellation or post-poning of the workshop, we will refund 100% of the fee you have paid without any additional charges on either parties. Irish Tech Society CLG will not be liable for any of the inconviniences that may be caused to you due to any changes in the proposed event, its agenda, or any other aspect of the workshop delivery.

By purchasing the ticket and paying the fee, you confirm that you have read and agree to all the above information, policies and Terms and conditions.

Further information

For any further information as well as any questions you may have in advance to the workshop, please contact us via: info@irishtechsociety.ie

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