I've recently contacted a consultant to write me a professional CV and is currently a work in process now I have approved the costing. £125 I have been quoted which was more than I expected, but then again I trust the consultant to do good job on my CV as she is somewhat a minor celebrity and has her own business and television programme here in this country. Was just wondering though what key skills would befit a professional chefs CV? since I didn't have a key skills bullet points on my old CV but yet the consultants aim is to introduce a new key skills bullet points to my CV as well as a new personal statement. She only asked me to write out duties and roles of my previous jobs of the past ten years. I already had a personal statement on my CV, but not a short list of say 5 bullet points of key skills which is to feature on the CV directly below the personal statement. I will update next week or so when I get the final copy of the document. She also told me no age related evidence should be on a CV because an employer can be ageist, including no DOB and no dates of schools or colleges attended. Weird I thought that when listing personal details on a CV date of birth is often one of the most common things thought of to be included.