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Work experience/observer

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Francy, Jul 27, 2009.

  1. Francy

    Francy Welcome New Poster

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    Hello everyone,

    I have applied to university for the 2010 intake of the Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Podiatric Practice. I have spoken with the faculties concerned for advice on how to become a more appealing applicant to being accepted into the course. Suggested to me was work experience as an observer in a private practice. Not only would this show my interest and enthusiasm in the industry but give me favourable insight into the finer details of Podiatry. It is with this advice, I write to you to ask all Victorian Podiatrists to consider me for a week or a few days of unpaid work experience in your practice at your convenience. I will not give up on the application process and extra course requirements until I'm in. Being mature aged (25) I know I need to give myself every opportunity. I will succeed. If anyone has any advice a all for preparation of the degree I'd appriciate hearing from you. I look forward to discussing this matter with someone in further detail soon.

    Kind Regards:D
  2. tracyd123

    tracyd123 Member

    I would suggest approaching private practices in your area and speak to them directly, that might be easier.

  3. Heather J Bassett

    Heather J Bassett Well-Known Member

    Welcome Francy, how lucky are you to find us already. Good Luck with your chosen profession


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