In an attempt to help trainees get back on track, a trainee from the trainee recruitment department has decided to take on the role of trainee manager and trainee consultant.

As he prepares to start his new job in the morning, the young trainee is trying to put his head down to get to work and prepare for the day.

“I don’t really know what I’m going to do,” he said.

“There’s no point in just getting up and running with this.

I’ll be doing some stuff for a few days.

Maybe I’ll go to the toilet, or a bathroom, and maybe I’ll do a bit of walking.”

He is hoping to get back to work on Monday.

“Hopefully I’ll get a couple of hours of sleep,” he added.

“It’s the first time I’ve had to sleep out in the cold and it’s the second time I’m in a room with a heater.”

It’s not the first problem the young man has faced.

Last week, he was diagnosed with gastroenteritis and put on antibiotics for the next two weeks.

“This has been a long time coming,” he told the ABC.

“The doctor just told me I was going to be stuck here for a while, and I think that’s the truth.”

My dad and I were out in my car and the heater just went on and on.

“That’s when I got sick.”

“We’re going to get it checked out by the GP, and they’re going with us to a local GP.”

The young man said he was still unsure if he would be able to return to work in the new year, but hoped to be able go back on a regular basis.

“In the end, it will be my decision,” he laughed.

“We have the training, so I want to get the job done.”

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