My work experience professor, Deborah Kitchin, gave a presentation during our class orientation in October 2017 and stated that the aim of the course is to learn while working. I truly believe this class has helped me achieve that goal. During the past two-and-a-half months that I have worked at my current job, I have gained valuable insight about not only customer service and communication, but also general workplace etiquette. However, there are still a few aspects of my work experience that I
activities or work experiences. (150) The Shemagh sat atop hazel locks. The delegate for Saudi Arabia was a young Indian woman. When she sat down, I lifted my placard. At my first Model UN conference, I became Spanish for 2 eye-opening days, despite my Chinese-American background. In fact, I have repeatedly chosen to be the delegate for the Netherlands, Indonesia, and Turkmenistan over China or America. If life is a journey, I travel it on the train that is MUN, and these countries have been my stops.
My work experience professor, Deborah Kitchin, stated during class orientation in October 2017 that the aim of the course is to learn while working. And I truly believe this class has helped me achieve that goal. During the past two-and-a-half months that I have worked at my current job, I have gained valuable insight about not only customer service and communication, but also general workplace etiquette. However, there are still a few aspects of my work experience that I would like to improve, especially
Description In this report I will reflect upon my experience of team work both whilst on clinical placement and during my time at University demonstrating how my experiences will improve my future practice. I have chosen Gibbs reflective cycle (1988) as I find this model easily accessible and an effective form of reflection that fits my reflective style (See appendix one). Team work has been defined as a group of people sharing a common goal which can only be achieved by appropriate
that let me help people. Becoming a social work major was just putting a name to something I had always wanted to do and get paid for it. I think what made me realize that this is the job for me was just thinking about what I do on a daily basis and what I love to do. I love helping people and being there for people, so my interest was always in a helping profession. Also every other profession besides social work would not make me as happy as social work would. 2. I would make a good social worker
My Work Experience The holiday club is a tradition of the Hounslow West Evangelical Church. It is situated on 22 Vicarage Farm Road, Hounslow, Middlesex, TW3 4NW. This activity has to do with little children between the ages of 3 and 11. It takes place during the summer holiday and it is a five day programme in August. Before the beginning of the holiday club the executives, that is the Pastor and his wife, the elders and the youth fellowship, make a plan with various
4. Reflection On My Working Experience Reflective practice is a key way of learning from the experience, it allows to overview the past experience from a different perspective and take actions to benefit it to yourself. Basically, the reflective practice covers a gap between theory and practice that helps to create a strategy for learning and improving (Jasper, 2003). Therefore, an understanding of reflective theories is a key aspect that I should develop before my graduation. In the academic
My second year placement, Little Tokyo Service Center (LTSC), has given me the ability to work with a diverse group of participants. Moreover, I was also given the chance to demonstrate my Korean language skills in placement. Although I was placed at a somewhat similar placement, Orange County Asian and Pacific Community Alliance (OCAPICA), the year before, I was not able to fully utilize my language abilities with many participants. Currently, I have been able to work with the mono-lingual Korean
do not remember very much from my first work experience. I was the co-owner of a lemonade stand with my aunt at age 5. We set up on the corner of my grandma’s street, which was right next to where the city was doing some road work. We did not make a lot of money, but this was essentially the first time I “worked” for money. From this experience, I learned that a smile and a positive attitude go a long way. My next work experience came when I was around 14 at my stepfather’s flooring company.
Through the duration of my health and social care course, looking back at the goals I had set myself in the beginning some were more realistic than others. However, an action plan gave me a better way of how to progress with my goals and targets. Designing an action plan in order to fit my individual needs also developed my organisational – being