E-learning Skills you Need for your CV and Career in Education

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E-learning Skills List in Education

Below we have compiled a list of the most popular skills for an E-learning role. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of E-learning job descriptions they appeared on. For example, 21% of E-learning job descriptions contained school support as a required skill.

Keywords / Skills

Popularity

school support
21%
send
21%
teaching assistant
21%
education
18%
teacher
18%
tutor
14%
qts
14%
pgce
14%
teaching
11%
social care
7%
health care
7%
caseload
7%
instructional design
7%
apprenticeship
7%
special needs
7%
prince2
7%
remote access
7%
content management
7%
training
7%
rs teacher
7%
re teacher
7%
teacher of religious education
7%
ms office
4%
graduate
4%
psychology
4%
sen
4%
academic
4%
communications
4%
english
4%
flexibility
4%
maths
4%
numeracy
4%
schools
4%
implementation
4%
supervision
4%
ect
4%
admin
4%
administration
4%
administrator
4%
printing
4%
school
4%
school admin
4%
sims
4%
cover supervisor
4%
daily supply
4%
lancaster
4%
supply teacher
4%
early career teacher
4%
e-learning
4%
primary school
4%
south liverpool
4%
year 4 teacher
4%
art teacher
4%
learning support
4%
send advisor
4%
send support
4%
sen teaching assistant
4%
presentation skills
4%
train the trainer
4%
content creation
4%

While these keywords are a good start, remember that every job is different. Instead of including all these keywords on your CV, identify the keywords most relevant to the job you're applying to and include those. For the best chance of success use our CV keyword scanner tool to help with this.

Including the right keywords in your CV will help you get past Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) and win more job interviews from employers and recruiters.


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