In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), MyneSight will be converting a number of our training programs that are currently delivered via traditional face-to-face training methods over into virtual classrooms. MyneSight will be utilising live video streaming and other online distance learning formats to provide an alternative delivery method where a quality learning outcome can still be achieved. Please contact our office for further information on these programs.
MyneSight’s COVID-19 Restrictions and Guidelines
At MyneSight Training, the health and safety of all persons is our top priority. Based on the information and guidelines established by the Australian health authorities and the World Health Organisation (WHO) in regards to COVID-19, we are taking several proactive steps to protect all persons involved in our training programs.
As such, we ask that you please do not attend a MyneSight delivered training program if you have:
- Returned from overseas travel within the previous 14 days
- Had close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case
- Any form of respiratory illness symptoms including cold or flu-like symptoms.
To prompt the consideration of these requirements we have updated our enrolment processes to include the following:
- At the time of booking, students will be required to provide self-assessment information on their recent health and travel conditions in line with the points above
- The day before the scheduled training, students will be contacted by MyneSight to confirm that their circumstances have not changed
- On the day of training all students will have their self-assessment re-confirmed
- Virtual classrooms will be offered for some courses rather than face-to-face delivery of courses.
At any point where the student’s circumstances have changed and their assessment deems them unfit to attend the scheduled training, alternate options – such as rescheduling, virtual classroom delivery or a program refund – will be determined.
Hygiene practices within our programs will be in accordance with the World Health Organisation protocol to minimise the spread of COVID-19.
For more information on the current climate, please visit the Australian Government Department of Health.