[Isheanesu T Mazarire] Writing 409112
You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.
Write a letter to your friend. In your letter
• say why a driving licence is advantageous
• recommend a driving school
• give any extra guidance/tips
You do NOT need to write any addresses.
Begin your letter as follows:
You should write at least 150 words.
I am writing this letter to give you some advice on the benefits of attaining your driver's license. The world has evolved and almost everywhere you go they are cars. Getting your licence will put you in an advantageous position, not only when you apply for jobs but when you travel too.
I personally recommend RACV driving school. Their rates are cheaper compared to other driving schools. They have a diverse team of instructors, who are friendly and very accommodating. I have used them in the past and wouldn't recommend any other driving school.
I suggest you read the highway code before you start your lessons to familiarise yourself with the road rules. Consider watching youtube videos about learning how to drive. Lastly, I suggest you visit a few driving websites including the RACV website, they have amazing tips and guidance for learners.
Hope you are well and staying safe.
You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Write about the following topic:
Should long-term job seekers in receipt of government benefits be made to do voluntary work so that they give something back to the community?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
You should write at least 250 words.
It is important for long term job seekers who receive government funds to do voluntary works in order to give back to the community. The community consists of different skills sets. Everyone has to contribute somehow and somewhere in order for a community to sustain itself. This includes long term job seekers. Most of the funding they recieve comes mostly from tax payers money. These tax payers are contributing to the economy and community. It will only be fair if long-term job seekers receiving these benefits will contribute to the community as well.
Considering that long term job-seekers will be out of work for a long time, they may find it difficult to get back to work and maintain a work life balance when they find a job. By encouraging them to volunteer and do some community work, it will be less difficult for them to adjust when they find a job. By volunteering long- term job seekers are demonstarting a commitment to really show that they need work. This might be an encouragement to pontential employers and may increase their chances of finding a job.
Furthermore , when long- term job seekers are invovled in voluntary work, it discourages backlash from the community in response to government benefits. In other words it unfies the community. Unfortunately, not everyone will see it from that perspective. Some people may find it as a controlling mechanism by the government and it might have negative impacts on the government's image.
To conclude, in my opinion I do think long term out of work seekers should do voluntary work. Like the meaning of the word voluntary, they should not be forced but offered an opportunity to volunteer.