The health and wellbeing of our personnel and fellow students at ISH24 is our number one priority.
In light of the developments surrounding COVID-19 (coronavirus) and the Government announcements around social distancing, we have implemented precautionary measures relating to the delivery of our services and the level of interaction we will have with visitors to our offices moving forward.
Following the advice issued by the Australian Government and ASQA, students may not attend training with ISH24 if they:
left, or transited through mainland China, Iran, Italy or the Republic of Korea in the last 14 days, or
returned from any other international destination after 12 am on 16 March, or
been in close contact with a confirmed case of coronavirus in the last 14 days, or
exhibit symptoms of coronavirus including runny nose, cough, sore throat and/or shortness of breath, or
been diagnosed with coronavirus.
ISH24 will continue to deliver training in a face-to-face environment but we have put measures in place to practice social distancing and improved hygiene, namely:
All students scheduled to attend training with ISH24 will be mandated to complete a COVID-19 questionnaire confirming they do not meet any of the criteria listed above.
Any student who does not submit a completed questionnaire confirming their wellbeing, or exhibits any signs of being unwell, or is required to self-isolate will not be admitted into training.
Classroom sizes will be capped at 6 students and the classroom setup will be amended in such a way as to provide at least 1.5m of space between each student.
Gloves and face masks will be provided to all students and trainers will be required to wear face masks and gloves during training delivery.
Additional hand sanitisation products will be available to all visitors.
Additional cleaning procedures will be implemented at all training facilities.
Please watch the video below which shows how we have updated our training centre to adapt to the new learning conditions and health management procedures.
We will continue to closely monitor the constantly evolving situation surrounding coronavirus and will amend our service delivery procedures to stay in line with the advice of the Australian Government.
We thank everyone for their understanding and cooperation in this matter.