We have been busily mapping our courses to enable ongoing delivery for all current students. In some cases, some of our learning will be ‘blended delivery’ – this means some on-line study, and some practical course work in a classroom.
Atwea is considered an ‘essential service’ and therefore can, with the right measures in place, remain operational. When students are on campus we will be implementing
- Reduced groups of learners in campuses at any on time
- Reduced numbers in classroom, with appropriate social distancing between students and trainers
- Increased infection control procedures such as sanitiser stations and daily disinfecting of surfaces etc
- Reduced numbers of people allowed in enclosed spaces (such as student kitchens and amenities)
Current students will receive information this week about how their Term 2 timetable will change to accommodate the shift to a ‘blended learning’ mode, or where they are not required to attend classroom workshops, how they can access their learning materials.
For all new Students in Term 2, making an enquiry with us about the courses we have on offer will allow you to better understand how we are supporting students and learning in all our communities achieve their learning goals.