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Discussion in 'Personal' started by anon63, Jan 6, 2011.
If this was on a job application? I list my skills and interests. No point making anything up.
I am just interested to hear what others class as their skills and interests.
Is this for an application form?
The only time I was asked this (it was an English application system as opposed to a Scottish one - you don't get asked that on Scottish teaching forms) I mentioned my interest in foreign cinema and 1960s kitchen-sink drama. I got an interview.
No we were talking about it in the staffroom today..but I know you can be asked this in an interview.
I always think it's a funny question to be asked at professional interview, but maybe I've just been brain-washed by the Scottish system.
I'd actually quite like to be asked this at interview.
skills; bricklaying and chairing committees
interests; motor racing and morris dancing
Hardly surprising my skills are in cookery, needlework, knitting, crochet, bellydancing, basic French, Spanish and Arabic.
Interests, politics, travel, Middle East, Spain, flying, mo
should read motorracing!!
Reading, cinema, country walks, boring stuff
Interests: glebe lands, parrot ****, Leamington Spa, underwater soup
Skills: spoon bending, identifying varieties of cheese entirely by touch, enigmatic smiling
what the hell is that? ..sounds like parrot gone crackers.........or at least a pol imanist? lol
interests....mmm...motorbikes, intelligent conversation, thought prevoking tv and radio,religion, tavel , learning about people, athletics,ranges of books etc etc
skills....well im told in good in bed lol
.......building and garden construction, shouting at horrible kids, being friendly to folk, mending thngs,computers, teaching, .used to be dancing once..
Well, above water may be a partial description, but flying fish do go underwater most of the time.
Usually gardening, vegetarian cookery, keep fit, cinema, literature, crafts and walking. I dont usually mention my poker as they may think i am an inveterate gambler.
Interests:Music (classical and modern), theatre, moor walking, reading, etc etc
Skills: Trombone playing, Piano playing, Conducting, British Sign Language, Small amounts of French & Portugese, Certified Moorland Leader.
Am never sure how to categorise these things!! I once had a form that asked for skills, interests & hobbies. Struggled not to repeat myself!
Drinking, smoking, fcuking and fighting.
Unfortunately, out of these I'm only skilled at smoking.
Mocking the afflicted
I have no particular skills and I'm not sure that I have any specific interests any more. Does that make me a bad person?