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Becoming a Student Assistant: Teaching and Mentoring

The University of Groningen currently employs over 700 student assistants and has opened up all of its governing bodies to student participation.

Students at the University of...


NSDC Course: General Duty Assistant (Healthcare)
The free online course General Duty Assistant introduces you to the role of a General Duty Assistant and what it involves.

As a General Duty Assistant your role involves assistance to...

How to inject Botox- a course for Nurses, Doctors & Dentists
Learn how to inject Botox with confidence! The online course for nurses, dentists, Doctors and allied health.

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