Registered Nurse, English Tutor, Medical Transcrip...
Last active: 10/01/2014
- Quality Leadership Skills
- Registered Nurse
- Proficient with Microsoft Office
- Excellent English Grammar and Pronunciation
- Medical Transcriptionist
- Graphic Designer
- Good at multi-tasking
- Writer, Proofreader and Editor
- English Tutor
- Knowledgeable with computer hardware and software
- PC Builder
- Table Designer and Rookie Carpenter
Back in 2009 I joined UNO which stands for Unlimited Networking of Opportunities and as the name implies, is a networking company. At first, just like most people, I joined to earn (which I did), but that wasn't what amazed me. What amazed me the most, aside from the strong bond they have, was the training's. It was here were I developed and honed my leadership skills, to be able to handle a group and mold them to be leaders themselves. To not only motivate or inspire them, but to offer them a deep understanding of the potential they have of which they can grow upon. It just astonished me that I had such capabilities. I've traveled to other cities just to attend seminars and attended training sessions with Top Earners of the company. The experience I had and the knowledge I attained just can’t be replaced.
In 2013 I graduated my Bachelor’s degree in Nursing. It was in this course where I learned how to multitask, to teach, to become a leader that guides and motivates self and others, to conduct reporting’s that are of the same level as professionals, to have a deep and understanding knowledge of the medical literature and its application in the real world, to be able to handle clients and give them the care that they deserve, and many more. I believe that whatever course is taken in college doesn't mean that it’ll be the chosen future career. There is a higher possibility, of course, but the things that's learned in school can be applied mostly anywhere.
It was also in college where my technical skills grew. I practically was the technician leader in all of the groups I was in. From formatting layouts, designing graphics and logos to correcting or fine tuning those annoying details to proofreading and editing the final paper, I did it all. I was able to hone my skills in Microsoft, we’re friends now, I’m especially knowledgeable in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint, and I’m also friends with Windows 7 up to 8.1.
Just recently in 2014 I built my own computer. I basically bought all the parts, assembled them into a case, installed the operating system (Windows 8.1 Pro), updated the drivers, and installed other useful applications. Such as Microsoft Office, Adobe, Browsers, and other applications that fit my needs. Not only is building your own computer cheaper for what it is worth, but it also does better in terms of performance. Just to add, I also built my own computer desk that has 2 pull-outs. One is for the keyboard and the other one acts as a table.
Graduating from a course that was taught in English and was mostly the language of communication, can really improve one’s grammar and pronunciation, both verbally and non-verbally. Especially since it’s a criteria for grading those written and verbal reports that you literally have to ace. Just to add, I've also had my fair share of transcribing medical information.
Basically, I’m a type of person that can be considered a “Jack of all trades”. But at the same time, if I put my mind to it, can be considerably competent in the things I do.