Wondering how to list your Registered Cyber Liability Specialist (RCLS) or Registered Workers’ Compensation Specialist (RWCS) professional certifications effectively on your resume? Aside from the degree that you have finished in college or a university, it’s helpful to include professional certifications on your resume. This is a good strategy to capture the attention of hiring managers, especially when they are looking for candidates who have specialized talents or skills critical in a position.
When you proudly list your certifications on your resume, there’s a big possibility that you either land in the workplace of your dreams or do a job that could give you higher earnings. But how do you effectively record them?
Here are two proven ways to indicate your professional certifications on a resume.
1. List your professional designations next to your name in the resume’s header.
Here is an example:
John Anthony Smith, RWCS
4504 Hanover Street, New York, 10016 | Tel. no. 917-644-9209, Mobile no. 646-705-9147
2. List your professional certifications in your resume’s title.
Take a look at this example:
John Anthony Smith
4504 Hanover Street, New York, 10016 | Tel. no. 917-644-9209, Mobile no. 555-705-9147
RCLS with Ten Years of Risk Management Experience
Both methods work especially when hiring managers only take a few moments to scan at your resume. So show them what you’ve got by listing your RWCS and RCLS professional certifications on your resume to speak to your credibility. Additionally, if you have professional certifications you could put them in the body of your resume with a catchy header like Professional Development and Certifications, Industry Designations, or Education and Certifications.
Professional Development and Certifications
- IT Training for Risk Managers- RM Institute
- Cyber Security 101: New York University
- Registered Cyber Liability Specialist (RCLS)
- Registered Workers’ Compensation Specialist (RWCS)
There are employers today who use the Applicant Tracking System or ATS. This system can effectively screen resumes and quickly determine if you are eligible for the position to which you are applying. For example, if a large-scale contractor is looking for a risk manager who has also completed a cyber liability training program to help them prevent online theft and divulging of sensitive data, then ATS will show that you are a Registered Cyber Liability Specialist (RCLS) or Registered Workers’ Compensation Specialist (RWCS), which then signals the hiring manager that you have the specialized training they are looking for.