Today we have launched our new Coronavirus Help Centre to give you information about how we're approaching the pandemic during these unprecedented times.
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We have released a statement about the closure of our campus to learners and apprentices. You can read this statement here.
NA College have not taken this decision lightly but believe it is the best thing to do to ensure the safety of our staff, learners, apprentices and the wider community. Over the coming weeks, our Brand & Marketing team will continue to liaise with the Senior Management Team and Board to ensure that you are updated on the situation. At this point, we do not have a date on when the campus will reopen to our learners and apprentices.
For more information on the closure of our campus, please contact Kevin Lewis, Operations Director on Kevin.Lewis@nacollege.ac.uk.
We are continuing to follow Government advice and at the moment all of our campus remains open. As always, our learners and apprentices are our number one priority, ensuring we continue to provide outstanding opportunities through our innovative and creative curriculum is a must.
At the moment, the current advice is for students and staff to come into college as normal unless they have a high temperature or "new, continuous" cough or are within a household that is self-isolating or are at increased risk as per the information below.
Yesterday the Government released additional guidance with regards to those people who have an increased risk of severe illness from coronavirus (COVID-19) to be particularly stringent in following social distancing measures.
This group includes those who are:
People falling into this group are those who may be at particular risk due to complex health problems such as:
For more information on this, contact Ian.Bell@nacollege.ac.uk.
Students will be asked at the beginning of each AM and PM session how they are feeling and if they have any flu-like syptoms.
All line managers will conduct a daily health check on their staff at the beginning of the day. Staff will also be asked how they feel and if they are suffering from flu like symptoms, this will help us monitor staff wellness during the COVID-19 outbreak.
If a member of staff, student or apprentice is suffering from flu like symptoms, Ian Bell (Health & Safety Officer) must be informed immediately for further action and advice.
Any staff members or students who phone in sick with flu like symptoms must contact NHS 111 and inform their line manager/tutor of the outcome.
A COVID-19 process flow is in development for reference during the length of the evolving outbreak.
NA College is committed to keeping our staff and students safe.
You can read the latest information about the Coronavirus on the Government website.
There are currently no reported cases of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) amongst our staff and students. NA College continues to operate normally and students and colleagues should continue their college business as normal.
Further information regarding Coronavirus/COVID-19 can be found on the NHS England website