COVID-19 Concerns

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We begin the new academic year in continuously changing and unprecedented times, where currently (30.09.20) local lockdowns are being enforced across Wales. We urge our learners, members and all those we work with to follow Welsh Government and Public Health Wales guidance, and to stay safe during these challenging times.

Our downloadable 'Guidance for Learners' document is regularly updated which includes our latest details on the following:

Our offices and office staffing
Face-to-face courses and online delivery
Branch classes
Steps to take if a learner or a member of their family shows symptoms of Covid-19
Wearing face masks

Although the start of the 2020/21 academic year looks quite different to previous years, our teams have been working hard to ensure that we continue to support our learners and provide as many learning opportunities as possible at this time.

Many of our courses are now being delivered online. Talk to us today by emailing info@adultlearning.wales or keep checking our website to see what’s on offer!

Use the links to go to the relevant information

Learners  Staff  Gov Advice  Well Being


Guidance for learners

We are pleased to report plans for the resumption of face to face learning in some areas. The health and safety of our learners and staff remains paramount, therefore every precaution will be taken to ensure that learning only takes place in the classroom where it is safe to do so.

We will continue to monitor Welsh and UK Government advice closely, and will update these webpages in accordance with the guidance. Should we need to suspend face-to-face delivery again, such as in those areas where local lockdowns are in place, we will do so, while making every effort to ensure continuity of learning for our learners.

We continue to monitor the situation and respond to official advice and guidance as it becomes available.

Many of our courses are now being delivered online. Talk to us today by emailing info@adultlearning.wales or keep checking our website to see what’s on offer!

If you need any help, email us at info@adultlearning.wales

Read our full learner guide

Read our Safeguarding, Prevent and Learner Well-being Guidance

 

Guidance for Staff

To find out more regarding your employment with us, please read our Coronavirus FAQ below.

Download FAQ ↓
 

This too shall pass

We are here for you! We are here to answer your emails and your phone enquiries (see our Contacts page for more information) - you can also use our website's chat facility on weekdays between 9am and 5pm.

Our staff are still here for you!

Your well-being

During such uncertain times, we want to remain positive and help you to be so too. It is so important to take care of yourself and that's why we have put together a well-being page which provides useful tips for managing stress and maintaining good mental health.

Find out more
 

 

Government advice links

The best place to find the latest answers to Covid-19 questions is the Public Health Wales, NHS, and UK Government websites. So for your easy reference, please see these links below:

PHW

NHS

UK Gov

 

nhs covid-19

Do not leave home if you or someone you live with has either:

  • a high temperature
  • a new, continuous cough

Check the NHS website if you have symptoms

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