My name is Belinda Carr, I am 22 years old and currently live in Doncaster. I believe that I am a hardworking, responsible person, with excellent communication skills, who also works well in a team. I am also capable of adapting to most situations. Along with being able to think quickly on my feet, and being decisive. My other skills include being kind and caring towards others.
My qualifications include a level 4 certificate in higher education from University of Hull, where I studied Sports Rehabilitation. Other qualifications I have obtained includes a Level 3 in OCR sport (distinction) I achieve that qualification in sixth form. My other qualifications include 7 GSCE (A-C).
My work experiences includes a six week BT traineeship, and three placements at university all at different amateur rugby clubs. The duties during those placements where shadowing the head physiotherapist at the club, providing assessment and treatments for any injured players. Other duties included conducting Pre, Inter, and Post match messages. Participating in these placements enabled me to work in a multidisciplinary environment, along with expanding my skill set. During May 2014 I Volunteered at Allam British Open Squash Tournament, where I provided Pre, inter, and Post match treatment for the players who were participating in the tournament.
My ideal job would include employment in the retail, the customer service sector, and in administration.