Honestly, at the beginning I was a little scared about all the little details you have to put attention on, because you have the responsibility of taking care of donors during their donation all in a safety way without risking their health. Sometimes random things happen like body reactions or equipment failures that you have to control as soon as possible to keep a safe environment for the donor and for you. In a couple of weeks I felt so much confident and everything flowed good. Critical think, attention to detail and efficiency are a must for this job, and I am really thankful for these skills I got at CSL Plasma. So, the advice I want to share is believe in yourself and don't let any situation that seems difficult scared you, go for it!