Your Comprehensive Guide

Finally you are on your way to chasing that dream - an international job in a foreign country.

Maybe you've already got your visa or have international recruiters contacting you and you're not sure how to best position your experience. 

Though it may just be a piece of paper, it's a piece of paper that recruiters judge your merit on; and if it doesn't sell your skills, you won't get a callback.

In this course, you will learn what to include in your resume, section by section so you are clear on where your resume shines and where it needs some work.

Gain confidence that you are putting your best foot forward with your resume and create the best chance of securing an interview.

As an international jobseeker, you don't need just any resume guide: you need a specialized guide that knows the challenges you'll face and the considerations needed to get that interview.


  • 17 On-demand Videos

    Engaging content including presentations and video

  • 5 Workbooks

    From self-reflective logs to resume checklists; use the workbooks to reflect on how course content applies to you

  • Supplemental Resources

    Additional Resources from leaders in industry

  • Certificate of Completion

    Upon 100% competion of the course

  • Access Across Computer, Tablet and Mobile

    Learn when you want and how you want

  • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee

    Reach out to the team if you're not satisfied with this course


After this course, you will:

  • Be able to review your resume and align it with industry best practice

  • Better understand and position your value to prospective international companies

  • Stand out from your competition

  • Secure more interviews and feel confident while you do it

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Course Introduction

    • Introduction

    • Overview

  • 2

    An Introduction to Resumes

    • Using Resumes

    • Before you Apply

    • Practical Preparation

    • Self Reflection

    • Finding Your Story

    • Check In

    • Downloads

  • 3

    Cultural Factors

    • Cultural Differences

    • Compare Cultural Dimensions

    • Understanding Cultural Dimensions

    • Case Study

    • How this Applies to You

  • 4

    Resume Sections

    • Contact Details

    • Synopsis

    • Education

    • Experience

    • Professional Development

    • Community Engagement

    • Technical Fluency

    • References

    • Example Resume

    • Check In

  • 5


    • Formatting

    • Frequently Asked Questions

    • Sections Across Cultures

    • Next Steps

    • Resume Checklist

  • 6

    Additional Resources

    • What is the Purpose of a Resume?

    • Resume Mistakes

    • Highlight Your Abilities

    • How to Stand Out

    • Resume Templates

    • Mac Templates

  • 7


    • Conclusion

    • Survey


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After earning my dual bachelors in Psychological Science and Business in 2012, I dabbled in several areas of Human Resources from policy making to training and development. Finally, I settled into external recruitment in the engineering mining, oil and gas industry within Australia. 

Though the resources industry in Australia had seen its worse downturn in years, there was no better time to learn how to sell candidates that ticked 11 out of 10 boxes for my clients.  Nothing like a 'tight market' to teach a recruiter the difference between a 'good' candidate and an 'excellent' one.

After a couple years in Australia recruiting down the East Coast, I moved to Vancouver and explored the technology engineering industry. Here, I spent years working for an international market research SaaS company, recruiting for their North American, EMEA, and AsiaPac offices as their only recruiter in those regions.

From these varying industries and geographies, I have deciphered the subtle differences and uniting similarities in recruitment and candidate trends, making me the best person to give advice on what to do when searching for your dream job.

Too many times I have spoken to candidates and thought 'this is the mistake that will mean I can't hire you'. I want you to learn from their mistakes so that you don't waste your time, money or effort on a fruitless job search. 

Finding your way into that next jump in your career can be unsettling. I look forward to starting this journey with you!

Take your resume international

What Students Are Saying...

“In my preparation for an interview for an international position, I realized I had very little experience in professional interviews. Sara's guidance and extensive experience helped me feel confident and secure about the position overseas. I would highly recommend her courses!”