Talk about your education experience and be sure to highlight any areas of excellence. Perhaps you earned individual awards, accolades, or scholarships. If so - be sure to mention those achievements as well!
"I completed my Engineering degree in 2011 from University of Florida. I am proud of my 3.90 GPA. I worked very hard! My biggest take away from my post-secondary experience is my knowledge of public infrastructure as well as the project management skills that I acquired. My high grades and great discipline will make me a strong fit for this role with NAV CANADA."
"If you do not have any post-secondary experience to talk about, then you can certainly discuss any on-the-job training you've completed including workshops, courses, and certifications.
"The bulk of my industry related education has been on the job training. This training includes topics on transportation management, government policy and workplace safety."
"As part of my post-secondary education: I have done bachelors of Physics and Diploma in Electronics. In my physics program, I learned the theory aspect of science, and on my electronics program, I learned all the practical side of science. In this position, I would need a basic knowledge of LAN, Basic circuit connection, using testing devices. If there is any damage to the module or board I am carrying would have a problem, then I would need to troubleshoot. All of this knowledge I have learned in my electronics program, which would be relatable to the Company."
You have done a very good job relating your skills and education to what is required in this role!
"As part of my post-secondary education, I have completed a bachelors of physics and a diploma in electronics. In my physics program, I learned the theory aspect of science, and in my electronics program, I learned all the practical sides of science. In this position with Nav Canada, I would need to apply basic knowledge of LAN, basic circuit connection, the use of testing devices and the ability to troubleshoot damage to a board or module. I have learned all of these tasks in my electronics program, making me confident in my ability to do this job very well."
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