• Matthew Coppola

Is it necessary to bring a folio of certificates to show in an interview?

Updated: Apr 30

It is up to you if you want to bring a folio of certificates that you have completed over the course of your career.

Generally speaking though, it would be wise to include these certificates in your resume for an employer to refer to, instead than handing them a folio for them to sift through – which most likely will be brief.

One benefit to just listing them down is your CV is that it makes it easier for the interviewer to see all the certificates you have completed in one snapshot – the certificate name, year and issuer.

There is also an article about how valuable temporary employment opportunities can be that you may be to be a worthwhile read.


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