Use the "Skills" section to include abilities that do not appear under "Experience" or "Education". Use specific headings, such as "Managerial skills" instead of general ones.

Using skills as a group-defining element is typical for functional CVs. In a chronological CV, most skills will appear in other sections such as "Pastimes". This will offer employers a varied image of the specific competences you have developed in past experiences. It will also offer you something to fall back on during the job interview.

In order to learn how to define your skills, you could use self-assessment tools.