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The work bit

Well, it's been a week and no respone to my job application. So.... on Tue I'll give them a call and just make sure they got my email. I'm sure they did, it's just, you know, a nudge. I suppose I could do it Monday but I'll be at work... I'll see how busy it is. I might sneek a call in on monday from work.

Had an odd few days. I feel a little strange. Probably coming down with something thanks to the less than sanitary conditions at work. As for work... I still don't know what is being "done" with me, but while I am without direction I am simply going ahead with my training stuff. I signed myself up for a meeting about my old site - one of the ones I would have been training at - and found out we're still having the same problems, and same conversations... and need the same paper work. Well, I made all that paperwork 2 years ago. Seems no one bothered to look the folder it had been saved in. Very cunningly disguised on the public drive under "caravan parks" and "blank docs" but never mind eh? Anyway. After this meeting I dug out these docs, tarted them up with the park's own logo as well as ours (what they want now) and cracked on with the training docs. I've done 3 presentations, a walkthrough of the Health & Safety doc, training units on colour coding and COSHH and ore detailed training for the checkers. I have a load of cleaner training modules I can crack on with too. So at least until I'm given an actual job to do, or I simply find work else where, I'm doing stuff I (within reason) enjoy.

Anyway. That's enough of the work stuff. I'd rather talk about the kiddies! But I'll do that on a different post :o)

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