Coronavirus (COVID-19): our policy
Date posted: 12th March 2020
We would like to reassure all pupils that we are monitoring all of instructorsí health status extremely carefully during this period and have done since the first recorded case of Coronavirus in the UK.
As all of our courses are carried out on a one-to-one basis we are operating all courses as normal at this stage. All of our vehicles are fully interior wiped down with anti-bacterial spray at least two times per day and all instructors wash their hands thoroughly before and after every lesson.
Should any of our instructors show ANY signs of potential infection, their courses will be postponed immediately and pupils notified as soon as possible.
Where pupils have contracted the virus they should provide medical evidence that they have the virus should they wish to postpone any course they have booked with us. No courses will be cancelled outright at this stage.
However, we are currently following Public Health England guidelines such that there is presently no rationale to cancel or postpone any courses, but this may change as the situation evolves.
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