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Two free business workshops in Bathurst


* Free masterclasses designed for people looking for a career in business * Will help create resumes and job applications for business professions * Held on successive evenings in mid-September at CSU in BathurstCharles Sturt University (CSU) in Bathurst is offering two free workshops for aspiring business people in the central west on the evenings of Thursday 13 and Friday 14 September.The ‘Business Career’ workshops focus on how to create a professional resume, and how to write a job application that gets an applicant shortlisted for a job.The workshop masterclasses will be delivered by CSU’s Career Development Service led by Ms Cecilia Hunt, and are for people interested in a career in business and who are wanting support in the application process.“The workshops are part of the University’s commitment to support the community,” Ms Hunt said.“We aim to engage with people who really want a career in business but might be at the early stages of that journey, and also those who are looking to apply for a promotion or transition into the business sector.“If participants are interested in further related study and feel they would benefit from supported learning and the co-curricular and industry connection approach, they might also be interested in the new degree, the Bachelor of Business (Industry Professional Practice).”Anyone interested to attend either or both of the free workshops needs to register on the Eventbrite site as places are limited: to attend one or both workshops across two evenings:Workshop 1: Create a professional resume, from 5.30pm to 7pm on Thursday 13 September Register for this free masterclass to learn how to write a professional resume for your career in business.Workshop 2: Write a job application that gets shortlisted, from 5.30pm to 7pm on Friday 14 September 5.30pm to 7pmBook now to learn insider tips for creating a strong job application to get shortlisted for an interview in your business career.Email CSU's Career Development Service for more information about how the University supports students.

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