The most important thing is to lie and exaggerate, make up a few references from "other jobs"...
To be serious....I had trouble writing my CV, What I did first was collate my latest School reports/Bursary Tests, Any specific certificates you have (I have a Red Cross First Aid, and a Certificate of Distinction for Community Service, and one for the Salvation Army) Certificates like those are excellent to put in, not only do they show other qualificiations you may have, they also show what form of person you are. My Boss said I was devoted to helping the community and people and that being a voleenteer in many things is a big asset. Put in any sporting awards/certificates you have, showing your activitiy within groups etc (I put in My Volleyball in Handball ones in) Just basicially anything that you thing is valuble for your CV.
Gather past job references you may have, or If you have been employed but don't have a reference, ring up your employer and ask him to write one up.
and on the front cover: you may like to consider your:
*Postion Applied For
*Brand and Location
*Your last 3-5 places you were employyed, How long you were there, and what activities did you partake in
*If you have a Drivers Liscence (to get to work)
*Put down any convictions or any trouble you have been in with the law (they like to see honesty)
*Health Issues you mah have
These are just some points you may like to consider on your front page.