COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Policy - Sydney Community College

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Policy

We're COVID Safe

Sydney Community College has put in place preventative measures to help ensure public health and safety at this time and to reduce the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). We all must play an active role in stopping community transmission of the virus and ask those participating in College activities to observe the requirements while on our sites and in our classrooms.

Face-to-face teaching and learning

The College is monitoring all announcements and will act on those announcements within the conditions stipulated by NSW Health.

We do appreciate your patience in these difficult times and we look forward to the delivery of your course/class when community safety allows.

Please contact Customer Service on 02 8752 7555 or email customer.service@sydneycommunitycollege.edu.au for any clarifications.

Ongoing general information including COVID-19 enrolment conditions

  • Double vaccination is strongly encouraged for face-to-face participation;
  • Social distancing and room capacity limits have been set and are indicated at the classroom entry;
  • Mask wearing is strongly recommended unless your class has been exempted for the purpose of the class;
  • QR check-in is recommended;
  • The College may, at any point as a result of any change in health and safety conditions, postpone, reschedule, or relocate the course into which you have enrolled;
  • If we postpone, reschedule, or relocate a class, you will be given the opportunity to withdraw from the class and re-enrol in another class at another time;
  • If you are not able to attend another class due to the change in timing or location, a full credit will be offered to you regardless of the portion of the course already undertaken;
  • All requests for refunds are considered on a case-by-case basis. Please also see our Enrolment Withdrawal Policy;
  • If you become ill and not be able to complete your class, you will receive a full credit;
  • If you are unable to attend because you have possible COVID-19 symptoms, or have had contact with a known case of COVID-19, you will receive a full credit for future participation;

Last reviewed: February 25th 2022

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