Be prepared for stupid questions for non clinical roles from a tick sheet. If you don’t make enough ticks you don’t get the job. Experience means nothing nor does personality it’s about how many points you score. It’s disgusting!
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More and more cause maybe I can be free to take responsibility of my Family
For a Nursing Assistant the interview isn't difficult.
-Basic Maths and English test.
-Basic written questions about how you would handle situations.
-Short interview (lasted 5 mins)
Why do you want the job?
What hours do you want?
Would you work nights?
Basic care questions.
This is about 4 hours long, but most of the time you're waiting for others to be interviewed.
If you're successful, you then go to a week of classroom training 9-5, Mon-Fri. It is non paid, but in depth and useful. In your training you get a small test to pass.
Then you are on the wards for 3-5 placements. A nurse signs you off as able and then you can book shifts with bank or apply for a role on a ward.
Read the job spec,
Examine your motivations and be prepared to self advocate.
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