The writing wheel – Peder Bent Ahrens method to enhance your job search

Peder Bent Ahrens - The writing wheel
Peder Bent Ahrens – The writing wheel

Writing applications experienced by many active job seekers as a sad and sour task, learns Supplies Peder Bent Ahrens.

Here shows Peder Bent Ahrens in a very simple form and with short explanations of his model – The writing wheel – that illustrate how you can strengthen your process of writing a good application.

I am aware that to be written many applications this can easily be perceived as “uphill,” said Peder Bent Ahrens.

The model is in no way – to devalue – the large piece of writing work with the targeted CV and the targeted application on which you can find here on my blog, continues Peder Bent Ahrens.

The model is, according to Peder Bent Ahrens, helping to keep the red thread through job advertisements, CV and your application.

It’s for you, as active job seekers have to hit with your resume and application, says Peder Bent Ahrens.

Peder Bent Ahrens - The writing wheel

The model is well-intentioned, as an indicative picture of the actual work, says Peder Bent Ahrens.

  1. The vacancy

You have found a job, a job you want to search, as you read through, the feeling in yourself and make your decision that these job you seek.

  1. Your handwritten notes
    Peder Bent Ahrens experience. This is where a lot of active job seekers, encounters an obstacle.
    Hands resting above the keyboard on the computer and mentally, you go in a little stuck.
    Peder Bent Ahrens tips: We have all through our school, written many styles and made physics reports – written by hand neat hand.
    Take your pencil and a pad of paper, the good old fashioned way and write by hand – a simple trick – but in fact beginning to happen, both by hand and mentally, maintains the Peter Bent Ahrens.
    Write your notes about what is motivating you to apply for the job and how you can meet the requirements of the vacancy notice. You will find that it just begins “to take a kind” and that the note worked, like slipping steadily. Mentally you are “tuned in to the right channel,” with the actual application and CV. This has Peder Bent Ahrens received positive feedback on, in his conversations with job seekers at the job center.
  2. Your Personal Gross CV
    Now you started on your computer. Here you take your gross CV where to begin to edit and targets for vacancy. This is where you actually do your resume very specific and highly relevant, according to Peder Bent Ahrens. Remember to save your resume as a new document.
  3. Your CV – Targeted to this vacancy
    The CV you just saved, your targeted CV for this vacancy. You draw actually a resume for each job you are looking for tips Peder Bent Ahrens and say. It is this sending to the employer here.
  4. The targeted application
    Now you have the targeted CV and handwritten notes. Now sit to the computer and write the application. Peder Bent Ahrens tips: This is where you use your application template and write your notes in and compare them to your targeted CV. Once you have written your application continues Peder Bent Ahrens, so you can correct it and write the adjustments you have for your application.

Peder Bent Ahrens teaches at the jobcentre in the use of The writing wheel.
Job seekers will have an entirely tangible working with him, with the feeling that they get something home that is usable. With an easy and model by hand, it makes sense for job seekers who, after a time of getting Writing wheel – under the skin – acquired good writing process.

It is Peder Bent Ahrens very keen to finish with that model is in no way – to devalue – the large piece of writing work with CV and applications.

Good luck with and by The writing wheel – Peder Bent Ahrens.