How do I put on my resume that I have cooking experience?
In the skills section of my resume I want to include that I have decent knowledge of cooking, but that I haven't actually worked in a restaurant or anything like that before. I have taken a few classes, but nothing enough to be written down. I'm not attempting to obtain a job in a restaurant or anything, I just want it to be understood that I know how to cook, but that I'm not an executive chef. Thanks a lot for the help in advance.
Asked By: Sweetie x3 - 6/16/2009
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Why do you want it to "be understood" that you know how to cook... More
Answered By: Al in NC - 6/18/2009
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You could put a section interests, or something. It is a nice skill to have to show that you can follow directions, time management/awareness, etc.
Answered By: Blackness - 6/16/2009
Create a section called Training in your resume. In this section, mention the courses you've completed in cooking. Of course, list the other training also, if any, such as computer skills, in the Training part. Further, if it's related to the job you're seeking, mention in the Summary that you have expertise in... More
Answered By: mulauthoring - 6/17/2009
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