Information for our students about returning to on-campus learning
Atwea College requires all students who are attending a face to face class to be either double vaccinated or hold a medical exemption certificate. You will need to be provide evidence, that can be sighted and recorded on your first day of attendance otherwise entry will be refused. If you hold a medical exemption you may need to participate in some additional risk management strategies through an individual risk management plan with Atwea College. For information on how to download your vaccine certificate the NSW Government has produced a fact sheet Click Here for more information.
As we go forward into these times, we want to ensure we are keeping you informed at all times. For that reason, we encourage you to follow our Facebook page for the most up-to-date information.
In the case that there are individual courses affected, we will contact you by phone in the first instance, and then make all reasonable attempts to inform you of these changes by other means, including through social media and email.
In the case that there are changes to campuses, you will receive a text message to your designated phone number, an email and notification by the Atwea Facebook page.
While these are challenging times, I am confident in the plans we have in place, that they are the best way of balancing ensuring continuity in your studies, and protecting the health and welfare of our students and staff members. Thank you for your ongoing commitment to lifelong learning and development.
Should you have a query or require further information please call 02 4925 4200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Executive Director – Atwea College