Writing a CV - Tip #5
Education & Qualifications
Unless you are a recent graduate, you should list your education after your experience. Chances ae that your most recent job (or even several jobs) are far more important and relevant to you getting the job as opposed to where you completed your secondary or tertiary education.
You should also list the most recent or advanced qualification first and then work backwards in reverse chronological order. However, don’t feel you have to include the dates – particularly if it was some time ago.
No qualifications? List any training courses, seminars or conferences and re-title this section to ‘Professional Development’.
While formal qualifications can certainly be important, they are far from the only way to demonstrate your learning or stand in the way of your success. You need only refer to Bill Gates or Richard Branson as an example of this.