What Alert L3 and L2 Means for Your Training 

Important Covid-19 announcement

Alert Level 3 (workshops in Auckland) and alert level 2 (workshops in Wellington and Christchurch)

 

We are pleased to confirm that we can safely resume our scheduled public workshops in Wellington and Christchurch under alert level 2.  The team are well versed in safely delivering workshops following the Ministry of Health Covid19 alert level 2 guidelines.   

Unfortunately, our Auckland workshops cannot run under alert level 3, and we are continuing to contact all learners impacted by cancellations.  If you have not yet been contacted, please reach out to our friendly team. 

Our online courses are not impacted by the current Covid-19 alert levels and these will all continue as scheduled.  If you are currently booked on a face to face workshop and would like to swap to an online course please contact the team, we are happy to make this arrangement for you.   

Please refer to our Q&A for any questions you may have on how we will keep you safe and ensure you have an exceptional learning experience under level 2.  

Our detailed Level 2 Health and Safety Plan can be found here.

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