Your personal details are always on top of your CV / Resume. Mention your name, address, phone number, e-mail id, marital status, nationality, date of birth and place of birth.
Mention all your relevant studies and courses that you have taken. Start with the last study you were doing or all still doing and work in a chronological way back. State the name of the educational institution, diplomas/degrees you have obtained and the dates.
Under the heading work experience will be the enumeration of jobs you have had. The same here, start with the most recent job you have had and work your way back into history. State the name of the companies for which you have worked, the location, the job title you filled and a short job description. Depending on the function you are applying for, leave irrelevant jobs behind.
Knowledge of languages
In your Resume, mention what languages you speak and for every language indicate a level (in writing and orally) the best lay out is as follows: fluent, good, moderate for oral skills and good, moderate for writing skills.
Mention what computer programs you control and how well you do it. Think about software packages but specific systems as well.
Interests and other activities
Lastly, mention all issues you think are important but have not shown up in your Resume yet. Think about hobbies, interests and other relevant topics that say something about you. Do not forget to mention your other activities, if you have done any administrative functions or voluntary work, you state this as well of course. Use the last part of your Resume to make it as personal as possible.