Going like a good’un!

My interview went very well, couldn’t have gone better really. That really boosted my confidence especially as I will need to have another interview to apply to do the Return to Nurse Practice course and any other jobs I apply for.

Of course now I’ve entered the realm of mandatory training, first day was yesterday and manual handling next Thursday. This I don’t mind because I used to teach manual handling and I loved it.

This success has not stopped me searching and applying for more jobs, I’m beginning to lose track of what I’ve applied for and  I’ve downloaded my CV on quite a few job sites now.

This afternoon I sent my CV to an agency, within 10 minutes a representative phoned me back. After talking for a while she said she was sorry they couldn’t offer me work because I couldn’t commit to 21 hours a week. I don’t want to commit to too many hours at first because I haven’t worked for a long time and still don’t know what I am capable of and how tired I will get. I was pretty knackered last night after the training day.

Then 1 hour after that the same woman phoned me back and informed that she had spoken to her manager about me  and they are willing to let me work less hours. So after a quick phone interview I was in and invited for a face to face interview.

So the moral of the story is never say never and apply anyway, what have I got to lose!

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