What motivates me in nursing and teaching (interview)

I recently conducted two interviews for occupations in nursing and teaching and what keeps them motivated in their job and how to get experience in this certain field. Here are the interviews:
Nursing
What keeps you motivated in your job?

What motivates me to do my job well hard work and making sure things are done properly and caring about people.

Tips on doing your job well?
Tips on doing my job well if your passionate and love your job you will do it well you have to be motivated and caring.
How not to waste NHS facilities?
If patients were looked after properly by their doctors then that would save on the NHS facilities.
Illnesses you do not need to go to the hospital for?
Illnesses you do not need to go to hospital with are flu, hayfever, ear infections, blocked ears, temperatures, coughs and colds, you can go see your GP for these illnesses.
TeachingMH900446314
Best ways to get into teaching?
Have the opportunity to volunteer in different year groups to make sure it is the right career you want to follow as there is more to teaching than you think. Personally, I got into teaching by being involved with my children at school as a parent helper and enrolling at college by volunteering at school.
Motivation in your job?
Having different children coming from different backgrounds coming from different cultures, poverty and backgrounds. Seeing their confidence, self-esteem and achievement grow motivates you to do the best for them.

How to keep the children engaged?

Knowing that the children are individual and are receptive to different needs and different strategies I have to keep them engaged and on task.

Best ways to balance a child’s diet with a packed lunch?

Avoid all the sugary drinks, water is the best hydration for your child. Make sure there is fruit available to keep a balanced diet for your child and to keep their energy and concentration levels going for the rest of the day.

 

 

 

 

 

Graduate Multimedia Journalist, Online Editor at CIO UK and contributing writer at Culturefly and Contact Music.
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