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Coronavirus (COVID-19) information

Coronavirus (COVID-19) information

City of London College policy remains to prioritise the safety of it’s students and staff. The Government guidance asks everyone to work from home if they possibly can and we promote that guidance as much as possible in order to keep people safe.

Therefore, all face-to-face teaching has been suspended until further notice. The College campus remains open to access any essential services but students and staff are encouraged to work from home. Teaching and assessing material is available on-line.

Our priority remains to ensure that as far as possible we minimise the disruption to student learning whilst doing all we can to safeguard our community.

Our hearts and thoughts go out to the people who have been affected by this unprecedented event and we appreciate the healthcare workers, local communities, and governments around the world who are on the front line working to contain this coronavirus. Please know that we are vigilantly monitoring the COVID-19 situation around the clock and have precautions in place to support our community.

Please read the relevant links below. We have set up a 24 hour help line during this period to support our staff and students which is accessible by dialling 0207 247 2177

What do I do if I’m feeling unwell?

If you are unwell please refer to the latest advice from Public Health England. If you do need to self-isolate or are ill, please notify your module leader to let them know about your condition.

Have you had any cases of coronavirus at the College so far?

At present, there are no cases involving College staff or students.

The College is in regular contact with Public Health England and has received updated guidance.

We’ve been making plans for this type of situation for a long time and we’ll be doing everything we can to make sure the move to online delivery and support is as smooth as possible. We’re confident we can still provide you with an excellent learning experience.

Why social distancing?

Experts on the spread of viruses believe that social-distancing is an effective, non-pharmaceutical measure that can be applied to large bodies of people to help deter the spread of infectious diseases. It has the potential to play a significant role in slowing the spread of coronavirus, offering the medical community valuable time to create vaccines and treatments.

What do I do if I’m feeling unwell?

If you are unwell please refer to the latest advice from Public Health England. If you do need to self-isolate or are ill, please notify your module leader to let them know about your condition.

Have you had any cases of coronavirus at the College so far?

At present, there are no cases involving College staff or students.

The College is in regular contact with Public Health England and has received updated guidance.

We’ve been making plans for this type of situation for a long time and we’ll be doing everything we can to make sure the move to online delivery and support is as smooth as possible. We’re confident we can still provide you with an excellent learning experience.

Why social distancing?

Experts on the spread of viruses believe that social-distancing is an effective, non-pharmaceutical measure that can be applied to large bodies of people to help deter the spread of infectious diseases. It has the potential to play a significant role in slowing the spread of coronavirus, offering the medical community valuable time to create vaccines and treatments.

I don’t have access to a laptop/the internet at home – what should I do?

Please inform your course leader as soon as possible of any issues you may have around IT access – this could be to do with Wi-Fi/computing facilities/smartphone etc. Please provide your student ID number and the nature of the issue and contact details.

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