If you are heading back to the workforce after having months or years off to raise your babies, then you may feel like you are competing for a lost cause. You may feel like being a Stay at Home Mum has left a gap in your experience, education and resume and will leave you struggling to find a position. Well, this shouldn’t be the case.
In fact, being a Stay at Home Mum should be a job title that all mums are proud to put on their resume and that all employers regard as impressive. So, if you are looking to update your resume, here is our version of a resume of a Stay at Home Mum. Feel free to save, share and copy into your own resume – we dare you!
Resume Building with Online Study
If you are looking to add a little more padding to your resume, a great way to do so is by studying. Be sure to check out the current deals offered through our partners at AIAS, where, for the month of March, you can save 20% on many Certificate level courses, plus all Diploma and Advanced Diploma qualifications are VET FEE HELP enabled which means you can get started now and pay later.
AIAS offers Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma qualifications and can be done completely online or on-campus in Brisbane and Melbourne. Many of these programs, such as the Diploma of Salon Management, Certificate IV in Massage Therapy and Diploma in Nutritional Medicine can be completed via online in as little as 24 to 48 weeks. in 26 to 40 weeks.