Update 27 April 2020
As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, the NSW government has placed restrictions on a number of businesses and organisations, however ‘Educational Facilities’ are to remain ‘OPEN’.
As such North Coast Community College will remain open, and will be continuing to offer face to face training from Monday 27th April, 2020.
Adjustments will be made, as required by the NSW Government, to the delivery of courses, including:
- Ensuring desks/work stations are adequately separated (4 square metres), and there is plenty of access to fresh air and outdoor space.
- An increase in Training facility cleaning, particularly of classrooms, toilets, common areas, door handles and equipment.
- Ensure that students maintain 1.5m social distancing in all common areas.
- Provisions, such as hand sanitiser, masks and gloves will be available for student and trainer use, if needed.
Any student who is unwell, or who is required to self-isolate, must not attend class and must be sent home.
If you have any questions regarding these provisions, please contact the College on 6628 5426.
Update 30th of March
From 30th of March, North Coast Community College paused delivery of face-to-face courses. Office staff will be working remotely to provide you with continued service and support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We will be contactable by phone during our usual customer service hours of 9am-3pm Monday to Friday and by email, however face to face service has now ceased. For correspondence being sent to the Office, it is preferred that this is emailed to us if possible for bio-security reasons.
Fax services are no longer available, so please use alternative correspondence methods.
In the meantime, you should not notice any difference in the level of customer service you receive and look forward to helping our community in this unprecedented time. We will continue to reassess the situation as it evolves.
The College and community staff health and well-being are a priority to us all. We will be working closely with government officials and, the other States to provide innovative ways to keep students engaged. Our priority is to continue to support our students and community through this tough time and stay connected.
If you have or know of anyone with innovative ways of keeping in touch and connected please share these via email to email@example.com
Keep an eye on our website https://northcoastcc.edu.au/ and social media pages for updates and ideas and most of all keep learning.
Stay safe and healthy and hopefully we will be back to normal as soon as possible.