A week ago I went in to the Dentist to get a molar ground down in preparation for a crown.
The Dentist ( foreign - very experienced ) was assisted by a young lady ( foreign - very inexperienced apparently )
She was tubing out bits of ground down tooth and positioning a mirror while he was drilling on the other side of me.
Problem was, she was constantly getting her tools in the way of his grinding - and he was bollocking / teaching her but in English as ( I guess ) it would have been rude to gabble away in some lingua dago in front of the paying Client.
Poor girl was getting more and more flustered as I am sure she didn't understand half the English names for things.
Later on she is mixing up paste to make a template for future crown to fit into.
First batch - too stiff, do it again.
Second batch - No no no too runny too runny. Do it again
Sorry Sir, Sorry etc - as i am spitting this goopy muck into the sink.
She made it right third attempt.
I think she was pretty close to Day1 training - and honestly don't have a problem with it.
Even experienced nurses can make a hash of mixing materials.
As I know only too well!