In-person and online courses

We set out the training room to allow for social distancing

Please don't attend your course if you have any Covid19 symptoms

Covid19 safety

Our in-person courses and events are available for bookings.

Covid-19 update, January 2022

The UK Government, in England announced that from 27th January face coverings are no longer required by law. However, the government suggests that you continue to wear a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces where you may come into contact with people you do not normally meet.

Please be assured that we will, continue to use larger training venues and limiting course bookings to allow for social distancing measures and seats to be spaced apart – and as per government guidance, the wearing of a face mask is now a personal choice. Please do not attend the course if you are feeling unwell, or show any symptoms of Covid19.

 

 

In-person courses: Safety guidance

Face coverings are now a personal choice and we continue to offer a range of courses online.

From Thursday 27th January, the UK government removed the legal requirement which made face coverings compulsory in indoor venues. This is now a personal choice.

However, the government suggests that you continue to wear a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces where you may come into contact with people you do not normally meet.

Our course facilitators take part in lateral flow testing and delegates are encouraged to do a test before attending a session.   

We continually review and update our measures in line with the latest government and NHS guidance, and we will continue to maintain the following safety measures for all our in-person sessions:

  • We are using larger training venues and have limited course places to allow for social distancing and more space between delegates.
  • Our courses have been adapted so that facilitators and delegates don’t need to come into close contact with each other.
  • We have regular breaks, to allow for more ventilation of the room and also included a 15min window for participants to stagger arrival and exit.