As cases of Coronavirus rise, The Apprentice Academy would like to reassure you of the current learning measures we have put in place to minimise risk to all learners.
We have moved the delivery of all our workshops to a remote, online format from today.
The only exception is Accountancy, with the last classroom sessions finishing this Friday (20th March).
Learners will be sent invites to the new online sessions in advance.
Attendance and completion of work will be managed, and plans put in place for students if they fall ill and cannot attend or complete the work.
Coaches will be available to provide additional support on areas that students may find more challenging. Our main aim is to provide as much support as possible given the current situation.
Coaches will also switch their visits to a remote format for the same reasons. All visits will be conducted via Microsoft Teams as per the pre-arranged times.
Functional skills will also be available on a remote basis. This will be dealt with directly by our functional tutors.
End Point Assessment can also take place remotely when this time comes. The only exception is with CIPS who we are currently working with to look at alternatives.
For now, the only aspect we will continue to run, is exams. However, learners can opt to postpone or cancel at their discretion.
The health and well-being of everyone is extremely important during these challenging times and we want to reassure you that we will provide your employees with every opportunity to continue with their learning in a safe and supportive way.
We will continue to monitor the situation and provide further updates as they occur.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us directly.
The Apprentice Academy