About Me

Choosing a path in the arts

It's a bit of a myth that great artists are born great. Great artists need support and development by great teachers. I am really passionate about arts education, as I think it can be too easy for people to just look at the end result and forget all of the practise and training that goes into producing a great artist. This blog is all about demystifying arts education and showing how anyone can become a better artist. It will be useful for budding artists, but also for teachers and parents looking to inspire teenagers into further art education to improve their skills.

Choosing a path in the arts

Four Things Beginners Should Know When Enrolling in a Truck Driver School

Truck drivers form an integral part of the shipping trade because they transport raw materials and goods to distribution centers, retail outlets, and warehouses. If you love cruising on the open road and need a steady source of income, then truck driving should work for you. Truck drivers have a responsibility to other drivers on highways, pedestrians and the company they work for to drive in a safe and responsible manner.

5 Times it Pays to Take Refresher Driving Lessons

Many people will receive their driving license and then never have to take another lesson. However, there are many situations which make it prudent to take one or two refresher lessons. These are lessons you take after you've already passed in order to brush up on your skills. Here are 5 times it might be beneficial to book a class. 1. You're Using an Unfamiliar Transmission System Switching from an automatic transmission system to a manual one is often something that people find tricky.

Preventing Fall Injuries: 3 Safety Rules Every Truck Driver Should Follow

A heavy vehicle licence training will provide you with a lot of helpful information on how to safely operate a truck. People often consider the risk of a collision between a truck and other vehicles, but truck drivers can also hurt themselves in simpler ways. Falls from trucks are surprisingly common, and injuries like ankle and knee sprains and lower arm fractures following a fall could see you unable to work for some time.