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A Course confectionary-pastry - Timisoara - November 25 - 2010
Timisoara

November 25 - 2010

during the last five and a half months I've been following a professional confectionery-pastry course - free for the unemployed - organised by the local authority for unemployment - where I got the chance to be admitted thanks to the crisis, here are the pictures of some colleagues and the teacher both in the class and in the equipment room;
we're trained to have an extra chance in getting a job, but at least the result of our work is sweeter :)

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