Entry level job seekers face the dilemma of having no practical or relevant experience to prove their capabilities. Though they are interested in gaining experience, but filling in for the experience section in the resume seems to be a fairly difficult task. Following are some tips in this regard:
• Demonstrate your skills: Past experience is not the only way to communicate your potential. You can include details of an educational project of volunteer work to reflect what you are capable of.
• Start with a Profile: Modern resumes are topped with powerful profiles/summaries. Being a fresh job seeker, it is more appropriate to start your resume with a profile or summary.
• Qualifications: It is advisable to enlist your most relevant qualifications which will enable you to perform a Physical Therapy Aide job efficiently. If you possess any specialized qualifications, licensure or certifications, these should be written in a separate section for maximum optimization.
Below is a physical therapy aide resume sample for a candidate having no experience.
591 Wesley Ave • Orlando, FL 34821 • (004) 333-2222 • victoria @ email . com
PROFILE: Dedicated, highly industrious physical therapist aide with a profound knowledge of various physical therapeutic techniques and standardized hygienic procedures for equipment sterilization. Seeking work in similar capacity where skills in active manual therapeutic exercising, electrical stimulation and traction aid could be utilized effectively.
HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS
• BCLS and First Aid Certified
• Well versed with various hot, cold and paraffin based therapeutic protocols
• Apt at developing strong and professional interpersonal relationships with patients while maintaining a strong communication channel
• Proven team player with ability to coordinate and collaborate with the whole team and work step by step to address the patient’s physical issues
• Efficient in following instructions and facilitating rehabilitation therapists and conducting defined routine procedures
• Secial talent for facilitating mobility exercises leading to gradual muscle development
AMERICAN PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSOCIATION, Orlando, FL
License of Physical Therapy Assistance (APTA)
EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION
• ORLANDO COLLEGE OF PARAMEDICS, Orlando, FL – March 2015
Certificate Diploma in Physical Therapy Assistance
• ASPIRE HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE, Orlando, FL – 2014
High School Diploma, May
RED CROSS VILLAGE, Orlando, FL, Summer 2014
• Served a volunteer nurse and administered first aid and dressing changing services to injured children in the camp.
• Assisted in meal service and accompanied the children to short hiking trips as a nurse and guardian.
• Computer Literate
• Bilingual: Fluent in English and Spanish
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