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Updating Resume with Adobe Captivate?

Advocate ,
Sep 06, 2016 Sep 06, 2016

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I am on the process of updating my resume with my skills as an Adobe Captivate professional.

Does anyone have any suggestions on the keywords and format?

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Community Expert , Sep 06, 2016 Sep 06, 2016

I would also take a look at some job descriptions in job advertising. I would modify my resume to match the descriptions an employer is looking for. In otherwords, if they are looking for an Adobe Captivate Developer, >poof<, you're an Adobe Captivate Developer, if they are looking for an eLearning Designer with experience in Adobe Captivate, >poof<, your an eLearning Designer with experience in Adobe Captivate. Get it?

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Sep 06, 2016 Sep 06, 2016

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Why not produce your resume as a Captivate project?  You can save it as a PDF, so still easily accessible, but also show off your skills in Captivate.

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That would likely not be ATS friendly and not go through the automated filters before recruiters and hiring managers even see it. 

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I would also take a look at some job descriptions in job advertising. I would modify my resume to match the descriptions an employer is looking for. In otherwords, if they are looking for an Adobe Captivate Developer, >poof<, you're an Adobe Captivate Developer, if they are looking for an eLearning Designer with experience in Adobe Captivate, >poof<, your an eLearning Designer with experience in Adobe Captivate. Get it?

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