Interview Hobbs consultancy Me: Thanks. So I could start with why there is a need to get all employers thinking about employing people with autism. Roxanne Hobbs (Head of Hobbs consultancy): Yeah, I’m just thinking about how I want to answer that question because I believe many different aspects should be considered. I think there’s … Continue reading Hobbs consultancy and neurodiversity (B2)
Discharge someone-if you discharge someone from hospital you allow them to leave Diagnosis-to identify someone as having an illness or a condition Got at-feel that someone is potentially against you Offended- in this context to have done something for which one can be put in prison Arson- the criminal act of setting fire to property … Continue reading Sue Wheatcroft interview potentially tricky words/phrases for English learners
How do you feel that BPD contributed to you ending up in prison? I truly believe that if I had received adequate treatment from the Community Mental Health Services (CMHS) I would not have gone to prison. It wasn’t the symptoms of BPD, as much how they were managed. At the age of 14, I … Continue reading Sue Wheatcroft-campaigner for change an interview-Level B2
Hi, all. I’ve been swamped since the start of this year (I’ve also not been well), organizing/filming/editing a series that I hope will be accepted by Amazon. The series is about fitness. Due to this and a lack of space on my laptop, I am looking at doing all my interviews via sending questions to … Continue reading Why I’ve not been writing blog posts
A break from the usual blog to do something entertainment based. I hope to get a series of interviews done in the next few months on one theme and publish them all together and write something regarding language points. I got into soviet cinema when I was learning Russian, a fellow student in the Russian … Continue reading Soviet cinema: an overview of two films
let me shadow him-when you shadow someone in a work context, you learn about what they do. NGOs-non governmental organisations. downhill trajectory – the situation gets worse. homeless- in this case its the homeless people on the street who don’t have housing (a roof over their head). rapport- in this case, develop a relationship where … Continue reading An interview with a photographer words and phrases
I am hoping this is my last reflective blog for a while. I will hopefully be going back to interview people in a month or so. I am looking to temp, so I can have the time to work on blogging and videoing and develop skills that will allow me to pursue a career path … Continue reading The recruitment process/work (level B2)
I will continue this blog but will only blog once a month as I am putting my energy into searching for part-time work. I have a role that ends in August, so I need to concentrate on the job search. A few thoughts re the job search process, I’ve had a few more interviews since … Continue reading Blog frequency (B1/B2 level)
I had an interview part way through May, tbh it was more of an informal chat than an interview. I got through the informal chat and am now preparing for a trial day. So there are a few things that were interesting in terms of the recruitment process: Firstly the job was aimed at neurodiverse … Continue reading Rachel is interviewed (the reason why I am not blogging till July) (B1/B2)
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