The recruitment process/work (level B2)

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 pathContinue reading “The recruitment process/work (level B2)”

Blog frequency (B1/B2 level)

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 sinceContinue reading “Blog frequency (B1/B2 level)”

An interview about the COVID with someone who works in a hospital (Level B1)

Interview with someone who works in a hospital about COVID So, you’re in a hospital that treats COVID patients. Have you seen a lot of deaths from COVID?  I haven’t seen it myself, but my job is to support the doctors and nurses who’ve seen it. Support staff like me, I’m nonclinical, I’m in ITContinue reading “An interview about the COVID with someone who works in a hospital (Level B1)”

An interview about Careers and teaching-phrases/specialised vocab

Academically gifted-in this case it means you excel in terms of academic performance Academically inclined-its part of your personality to want to study academic subjects, maybe you are curious about a certain subject are or you just like to have a certain type of intellectual challenge Core subjects-those subjects which are compulsory throughout each keyContinue reading “An interview about Careers and teaching-phrases/specialised vocab”

Phrases ‘Interview about how the concept of race developed’ with Subhadra Das

Interview about how the concept of race developed – YouTube The idea that you can read a person… Read a person- the idea that you can tell something about someone without having any meaningful interaction with them. You can tell something about them by looking at them. He talks about them crying like a child, and hisContinue reading “Phrases ‘Interview about how the concept of race developed’ with Subhadra Das”

Phrases interview COVID and the vaccine

I don’t have much experience of explaining science to the lay public.  Lay public-in this case individuals who don’t have an academic background in the medical sciences. …. this last year has been a massive learning curve for me! Learning curve-in this situation it relates to the need to learn a lot in a shortContinue reading “Phrases interview COVID and the vaccine”

Phrases from Aspierations interview

We think there might be some latitude there to allow Aspierations to come into companies and do some really exciting work with them. Latitude-in this case greater freedom of choice. I think there is going to be a new halfway house, which actually could be quite attractive to Autistic folk, who can dip in andContinue reading “Phrases from Aspierations interview”