Posts Written ByAndrew Caster

The global Covid-19 pandemic may have hastened the uptake of virtual learning technology for many companies. However, these programs have been growing in popularity for years. E-learning has been around for a long time now, and while effective, people still long for face-to-face contact and facilitated the training. That’s where virtual classrooms come in, bringing together the best of both worlds. Virtual training for employees certainly looks a lot different now than it did 10 years ago, and here’s why the newer methods are so versatile and effective. What are virtual classrooms? Virtual classrooms are a learning method that combines…

The unexpected severity and duration of snowstorms that hit Texas in spring of 2021 caught residents and businesses off guard. The storms’ various impacts included widespread power outages and exposing residents to extreme cold. These dangerous conditions meant Texans needed help, which they received through organization like BCFS Health and Human Services. The organization is a leader in disaster management and emergency response services and offered multiple capabilities to Texans to help them manage the storms. The organization helped many cities and other organizations throughout Texas during and after the massive storms. It provided lifesaving assistance to Breckenridge Village of…

Roger Wolfson is a Television writer and script editor for notable American television series. His extensive work can be enjoyed through shows like Saving Grace, Law and Order and The Closer as well as regularly contributing to The Washington Post. Whilst managing such projects he still takes time to offer insights into his creative process in what makes a writer a great one. Without overstepping a sense of self grandeur, Wolfson prefers to identify these traits in other writers work that have fuelled his own. Life and art. The equating of these two phenomena is seen by some as the…

There is no doubt about the fact that businesses could not have survived the last 12 months had it not been for remote working. This has enabled people to stay sane at home and continue doing their job, at least for many people it has. Beyond this remote working has been crucially important for employers and making sure that they have been able to keep their staff and stay in business. What we are now seeing, even as offices once again open up, is a huge upsurge in those looking to work remotely. Companies like Shift Smart which connects workers…

If you have mobility issues then one of the first things that you need to do is look into the amazing range of gadgets which you can get that will improve your life. There are companies out there like Apria which provide a huge range of these tools and you only have to look at the Apria Healthcare reviews to get a full idea of exactly how they can change your life. No matter what your limitations are, there are product which you can buy and changes which you can make that will seriously improve things, and these are just…

Getting into cocktail making for myself, family and friends has definitely been one of the coolest things that I have done for some time. It all started when my wife gave me a book by Adam Seger, the brilliant barman and master cocktail maker, and I started to make my way through. Prior to getting this book I have to be honest that my alcohol consumption was pretty much based around wine and beer, but this took things to a new level. There is actually so much that cocktail making can teach you, and these are the things which I…

If you believe that you have what it takes to be a security guard then you will have to ensure that you have the skills required. Security guards can work anywhere, in stores, with private citizens and important people or even at airports like Evan Dombroski does. Whilst each discipline may be different, the core skills of being a security guard in fact very similar. Today then we are going to take a look into what exact skills you will need in order to do this job. Understanding Force Your job as a security guard is not to fight with…

Working online really does have its perks and the large majority of people who do so are working in a freelance position. Because of the way in which the world works since the dawn of the internet, this is a great way for so many people to work remotely. There are all kinds of businesses which need writers and graphic designers, editors and marketeers, and all of that can be done under a freelance situation. Freelance is great for businesses as they don’t have to employ people full time or pay additional benefits. As the brilliant Will Sherlund often discusses,…

In 2021, there are many reasons why people may be hesitant to head abroad on their holidays, from lack of budget to the COVID-19 pandemic. Whilst many are opting for a staycation, lockdown orders and travel restrictions may force you to have your staycation much closer to home – in your hometown. However, exploring your hometown doesn’t have to be boring – just because you can’t go far doesn’t mean you can’t have fun! Therefore, here are 5 simple ways you could help yourself to become a tourist in your hometown.  1. Go to a hotel or welcome centre Hotel…

Everyone is starting to dream of travelling again.  Below we look at some of the places and adventures that are awaiting you.  The world is preparing itself for travel, post-Covid.    Should you return to the places that you know and love or perhaps it is time to try something completely new. Perhaps now is the time to step outside of your comfort zone and be a little more adventurous.  We know that you have ventured into other new interesting areas like trying out an Intertops mobile casino but most of us have been in the same place and situation for more than…