Rant warning... Here's a little (or bigger) rant coming now:
I feel mad because of the local employment office
I have to participate their training "course" for a working life in our neigbor town. Okay, it's not that bad because it takes only 5 weeks, 1 time per week, 4 hours per time. BUT I'll have this class of university of a.s. which takes my time soon. I have to visit our neigbor city because of my therapy 2 times per week and it takes time. I have no car and there are only few buses driving between our municipality/that city during a day and it takes more time again. Now that so-called course. More waiting, more wasted hours.
I hope that training doesn't overlap with my open university of a.s. because I'm afraid I have to prefer the training then (they decided in the employment office that I'm just a part-time student so I'm still in their list and they can force me to do things like that). The first time of the training overlaps with my therapy but I think I can deal with it if I can have a certificate from my therapist. I hope it won't overlap with my therapy later.
I don't receive any unemployment benefits just now but they said that if I don't participate they can take my benefits away for a while if I'm sometimes later eligble to get it. That's the way they force people.
The target of the training is just to try help you to get a job/education/a place for practical training. I don't need at least any practical training now (=6hrs 'working' days, you're paid 20euros per day). So I hope the training won't 'help' me. **** I just want to take that college class so I can get into real college later, have a real career and continue my life then
. I can perhaps consider a part-time job later when I've started this college class and seen how much time it takes.
Ok, I understand they have their rules and lines that they have to obey and they can't notice every people as an unique case. If I was one of them, I'd perhaps force myself too because I have no any 'valid' reason like full time college or full time job but in my perspective that vain training means more inconvenience and things to cope with.
Not nice Monday after not nice weekend. I hate bureaucracy. Well, at least I'll be paid a little for participating that course.
Feel much better now when I was able to vent