I'm a bit stuck if I should put some software listings on my CV under the skills subheading.
Adobe Suite I can probably doodle up a half-decent brochure or leaflet in Adobe Illustrator, but haven't used it in at least two years so there might be a few hours before I get up to full speed.
SQL Have set up databases and tables in the past integrated with Python and PHP backends. I have a fair grip on the fundamentals, but by no means high-end or professional.
- How much do I need to know to put it on the CV? Should I list the stuff for the sake of demonstrating flexibility and versatility, even though it won't be high-level work at least for the first hours or days?
- I could add 'disclaimers', like (60%) or (3/5) next to each one, but that seems tedious and somewhat unrepresentative perhaps, especially comparing what I could do in the first 10 minutes or if I got a week to get up to speed again. Also seems a bit negative.
Most projects done with these are informal, so I can't really elaborate greatly and/or link to GitHub repos or something.
Background: Central/ Western Europe, Intern, Engineering.