Your behaviours Plan and organise ahead to allow enough time to get tasks done

Your behaviours plan and organise ahead to allow

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Your behaviours Plan and organise ahead to allow enough time to get tasks done Use 'to do' lists and set priorities to help you achieve your goals Be open and honest with people, rather than hiding your thoughts and feelings Seek guidance and support when you are feeling stressed Create a balanced lifestyle for yourself and allow time for recreation and relaxation Reward yourself when you reach your achievements and goals Limit your intake of alcohol, caffeine and other drugs. How to maintain health at work We spend a lot of time at work, so it's important that our health is a priority while we are there. Here are some tips to help make our work life healthier. Avoid strains and sprains
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BSBWOR501 Manage personal work priorities and professional development Don't 'soldier on' Work safely outdoors Take care of your eyes and ears Diet and exercise matter at work Avoid work travel hazards Assessment Task 2 Overall purpose of the job In single-location cafés or in one of the subsidiaries of large café chains, the baristas are the people who bring sun-shine in a cup of coffee. Their job involves preparing a variety of coffee-based beverages and teas following the company’s unique recipes. They serve the drinks, recommend drinks to new clients, promote new recipes, keep the serving area neat and clean and supply the production area with all the necessary ingredients. Warm and friendly, the barista may also serve snacks and sweets which can successfully accompany their fresh and savory coffees. Fresh juice preparation or cake baking may also be included in the barista job description. Main task of the job List of the duties associated with this position. - Greet persons entering the café, ask about their preferences and recommend them the products/drinks which best suit them; - Prepare and serve the drinks according to company’s recipe and/or client’s directions; - Offer clients advice regarding coffee blend, grinding and preparation and instruct them onto how to obtain best coffee drinks at home;
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BSBWOR501 Manage personal work priorities and professional development - Weigh and grind roasted beans coffee for clients; - Clean and sanitize the equipment, the working area and the sitting area in accordance with the current sanitary rules; - Periodically check the equipment and ask for fixing or replacement when malfunctions are observed; - Order and pay for supplies necessary for the drink preparation; - Receive payment from clients for the products served; - Wrap and label the products which are sold; - Bake cakes and biscuits and prepare salads if the location serves such products; - Train new baristas for smooth accommodation and efficient collaboration. Qualifications required The barista job description does not specify any particular specialization for the job, but a college degree is preferable for those applying for this position. While also opened for high school students, the schedule is often restrictive for this category of applicants. A good knowledge of coffee machines and related equipment is a plus and will be taken into consideration. A short on-spot
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