Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the school has remained operational and will continue to do so throughout current English national tier restrictions.
This means that both our January and April 2021 ITEC diploma courses will run as a blended learning option.
What does this mean?
Blended learning means that we deliver our ITEC courses, using a combination of ‘live’ zoom sessions for theory and assignments. Practical learning will resume once restrictions have been lifted and normal classroom activities can continue. This means that our courses can continue to flow with as minimum disruption as possible, allowing us to achieve the delivery of the whole diploma programme.
From March 2020, during the very first UK lockdown, we developed this style of learning and our exam results were phenomenally successful throughout last year.
As and when these restrictions are subsequently relaxed, we continue with our tried and tested programme of remote based learning, which are live, interactive, and are supported by comprehensive course manuals.
Normal classroom learning recommences as soon as relevant guidance allows.
Since early summer 2020, we have introduced robust COVID-19 infection control procedures, which follow both government legal and OFQUAL guidance for classroom-based contact.
To date, we have NO reported incidents regarding infection transmission at the school.