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COVID-19 Alert Level 3

21 April 2020

COVID-19 Alert Level 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Following yesterday’s announcement, as of the 29th April 2020 New Zealand will be at Alert Level 3.
 
As a tertiary education provider, VHNZ will be open for limited activities involving small stable groups (up to 10 people, who do not change). VHNZ can provide practical, face to face learning in small groups with appropriate physical distancing.
 
To protect our clients, trainees, staff and the wider community, VHNZ will have strict health and safety controls. All face to face training will be delivered in compliance with our Health and Safety management plans, COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and client specified safety measures. Groups will be considered a ‘bubble’ and will not interact with any other student/staff bubbles. VHNZ will also ensure we are able to track and trace all contacts in the event of a confirmed COVID-19 case.
 
Face to Face training:
A workplace bubble who work together, can train together. VHNZ will offer face to face training to:

  • Clients with stable groups (either on-site or at a VHNZ training centre) for up to 10 people.
  • Noho based learning.


Public Face to Face training:
As our public courses have individuals from several different organisations, VHNZ has deemed these as unstable groups and will not be offering public courses during Alert Level 3.
 
VHNZ can offer one on one training to complement our blended learning. Click here to learn more
 
 
Digital Learning:
VHNZ will still provide our training through digital means including:

  
VHNZ recognises that we must work together to ensure the health, safety and well-being of everyone in our community. We are committed to working alongside the Government to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
 
To find out more about our training options during this time, please contact us on 0800 72 33 848 or visit: www.verticalhorizonz.co.nz

For information on what COVID-19 is, what the symptoms are, and how it spreads, visit  www.covid19.govt.nz