Keeping You Safe

Update on COVID-19

See the latest Government advice here

Wellbeing
The coronavirus outbreak has had an affect on everyone’s daily lives. The Government has produced a number of guides that provide advice on how to look after your mental health and wellbeing.


The Government is determined that for those staying home to stay safe does not need to lead to loneliness. If you are feeling lonely or isolated there are a number of organisations that you can talk to.


Following the easing of restrictions, we are still requesting all staff and participants to wear a face covering when attending the training facilities. In addition, on entry staff and participants are required to have a temperature reading and of course, maintain social distance.

Alternatives to 'Face to Face' support
Coronavirus is causing unprecedented disruption to society with precautionary measures already affecting people’s normal movements. We therefore wanted to remind you of the alternative ways that we can continue to support you.

By Phone – your Tutor and Employment Coach are on hand during offices hours to provide help and assistance.

By Email – for those issues that require a little more in-depth support, the team can provide support via email.

By Zoom - Until such times as lockdown is lifted, all group sessions will be conducted by Zoom. You will be sent links to join in with each session. A classroom setting is available if preferred.

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