Monthly Archives: September 2013

WORKING Experience

I’ve worked at lot of places like,{Bhs, Remploy¬† swansea , the derby arms in Epsom downs in surrey.}The jobs like unloading Lorry loading them up for Deliveley .Storestakeing in warehouse.¬† perpartions for cooking with chefs at Restauants.I like to walk … Continue reading

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AON

Application of Number At the start of the project I decided that I was going to use Windows Performance Monitor, TreeSize and crucial.com – I chose these because they all they all would help me and give me the information … Continue reading

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Another Week At ITeC

Another week has gone by here in Swansea ITeC and this week I have done a few things. I have been revising for am exam for this week, the word processing exam. That was easy as I know the basic … Continue reading

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Another weekly blog!

Hmmm! What to write about this time? Well, I have just sat my Word exam this morning and will be interested to see how I got on as I had a late night and “a few” drinks last night to … Continue reading

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Week 7

This week has been another successful week at Swansea ITeC as I have just done my word exam and am waiting for the results. I hope I have done well as i have been practicing that exam for the last … Continue reading

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Just another week!

So I finished the ECDL essentials and have moved on to the next set of exams, one of which I have just completed. That’s Word out of the way anyway. I have also had my first interview with John! that … Continue reading

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Roger’s Half-time Blog!!

The whistle blows, it’s half-time! Alas no half-time oranges here, only more Blog entries! I suppose I have achieved more than I originally expected in the first 6 weeks which is pleasing. I have successfully completed the first 2 exams … Continue reading

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