(before reading this: my mother language is Dutch, as such I do not know what the right words for the education system are in english)
Good day to you all,
I am writing this post regarding the following situation:
As of writing this I am in my last year to become a chemistry lab technician, however I have doubts regarding if I am ready for this.
Right now I am doing a intern at a pharmaceutical lab but it is not going so well, my lab manager and at the same time my coach (am Dutch so dont know how to say this otherwise) says that I can do the work, but for some reason it is not coming out of me, which results in sloppy work, and a lot of stress.
To be honest I do not think that I have enough theoretical or practical to really do the job of lab technician well, and because I do not want to deliver bad work I decided to ask my questions here, in the hope that you guys/girls perhaps know what I can do.
To combat my theoretical knowledge gap I have the idea to study my school books, is this wise or should I perhaps increase it with other books?
Regarding my practical knowledge problem I dont really know what I could do, yeah I have to try to do my best and pay attention at work but I wonder if perhaps there are resources/books that I can read to increase my practical knowledge so books about communicating well or making a good schedule for the day, is this wise or foolish?
thanks for reading this post, if there any questions please leave them in the comments below.