Friday, June 29, 2007

Fat bottomed girls; they make the rockin' world go round.



"I have a skinny woman inside of me trying to get out, but I manage to keep her quiet with cookies........"


Have a good weekend everyone !!

Love, Muggle ;0)

14 comments:

Kristy-Lee said...

Thank goodness they make the world go round. I would be in trouble if they had no purpose.

poody said...

Tee Hee Have a great weekend your own self !

Kris said...

Exactly why I bellydance! Jiggle, baby, JIGGLE!! Have a great weekend!

Anchell said...

I can so relate to that!

Rider-Waite said...

I keep mine inside with garlic bread. God I LOVE garlic bread...Think I won the techno bimbo award this month trying to put photo's on my blog!!

Anonymous said...

Ha!
Lucky

cami_83 said...

Hey Cyndy,
Congratulations on your interview, I hope you get accepted!
I too have an interview coming up for my EN's! I'm so scared/nervous! Do you have any tips for me? What sort of questions will they ask?! I have no idea! (It's with North Sydney health, so i'm no competition) I'd be *SO* grateful for any pointers you could share,
Thanks, Lauren xx

Cyndy said...

Hi cami_83,

I hope this little bit of info isn't too late to help.

If you haven't downloaded the infomation pack from the NSW health service website, then make sure you do, and read it thoroughly. Most of the information that you need will be addressed there.

I was told that the selection criteria would not be discussed at interview, and like you, had no idea of what to expect. You need to know what is involved in the traineeship, and the role of the TEN. In addition, think about the qualities that make a good nurse. There is also an emphasis on teamwork, and how you work as a team member. Does this sound a little like the selection criteria to you?

You will probably need to choose 2 hospitals from the area health service that you would prefer to train in. There are no promises here, but you do have to choose.

You will need to answer a couple of questions about OH&S, and patient confidentiality as well, I think.

It helps to give an example in each case. A lot of candidates are interviewed, so your answers can't be too long.

I hope that this helps you. It's not easy, and regardless of whether you are offerred a traineeship or not, congratulate yourself upon making it to interview. Hundreds of people apply, and thanks to the selection criteria, this is narrowed down quite considerably. Even so, there aren't all that many positions available. I have been told that it usually takes more than one attempt. Be kind to yourself. One of my workmates, who is an AIN in aged care, surprised me (and herself, I think) by not making it to interview.

I have a gut feeling that I didn't make it this time, which is a bugger, as I need to move on. It's hard to leave a job that pays well, and is convenient, without another one to go to. And I do like my job. But I really want to nurse.

Good luck cami_83, and don't forget to smile. ;0)

Kris said...
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Anchell said...

cyndi!! You forgot to delete!
OOps

Cyndy said...

I didn't forget, AFM, I just hadn't read it yet. You got in first. Now that you've seen it, I will have to kill you..... ;0)

Hmmm... Now I'm a smiling assassin.

Anchell said...

okay.....promise i didnt retain any vital info! I do have alzheimers you know!

Anchell said...

muuuuggllleeeeee.....write something else!!!! puhleeeeeeeeeze

Lisa said...

shell can be very demanding.........