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Thursday, 12 May 2005

still safety-conscious...

Well, the safety course has nearly come to a conclusion - tomorrow afternoon I have to recall all that's been funnelled into my brain during the week in a multiple-guess and short essay examination. I also have a project to complete, which I'll need to make sure I set aside some work time to do... this is the closest I've been to formal stufy in years (save for the ITIL course I attended not so long ago), but rather than feeling that my ability to learn has rusted up, I think the need to pick up knowledge quickly on-the-job has made study a little easier for me! Perhaps I won't put this to the test with another attempt at a degree, though...

Life's carrying on fairly normally otherwise - working Monday to Friday this week means I won't see Ella until Saturday morning (unless she's still up when I get home tonight; the course finished a little early to give us time to revise, which was useful) but my slightly later starts have meant that I've been able to see Christopher before catching the coach to work.

Oh - did I mention that I received a letter back from the MD of Arriva saying "I will look into the matters you have raised"? I'll probably not be holding my breath on that one...

Hmm.. nothing really else to report, as I haven't done much of any consequence (although I could probably bore you with the scant knowledge I have of RIDDOR and EAW, it would probably not help either of us) so I shall stop now.

Links of the day

  • www.mi5careers.co.uk : Fancy a job with MI5? Sounds exciting...
  • www.podshows.com : An interesting 'radio on demand' site - full radio shows available to download for a pound each.
  • www.mimeartist.com/helvetica : A bit of silliness, where you play "Helvetica" and you have to jump all over "Arial". Or.. er.. is it the other way round?

Posted by james at May 12, 2005 7:12 PM

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