LATEST UPDATE for enrolled students
We are now at Level 1. The Learning Connexion is open and students are able to study onsite with no restrictions.
Other than border security, everything is back to normal. There is no more physical distancing, crowd limitations or other restrictions. However, we ask that everyone continue to practice the hygiene measures previously put in place and, if you are feeling unwell, please stay at home.
The Government recommends that individuals should continue to keep track of where we’ve been and who we’ve seen to assist with rapid contact tracing if it is required. A sign in register is no longer mandatory, but TLC will continue to keep a register at Grange and Taylor entrances for those who wish to sign in. Otherwise, we recommend that individuals should keep a personal record of their whereabouts. NB: Class rolls will automatically act as a register.
If you are not registered for a class but are working onsite - please ensure you sign in at reception as per usual.
In terms of transport to and from TLC campus, we are looking into providing either a bus or a van from Monday 15 June. Please register your interest with Programme Support if you need this service. Ticket prices remain the same. If you would prefer to use public transport, Metlink is committed to providing free travel until the end of June.
If you have any questions, talk to the Student Link rep or your tutor/mentor.
Congrats everyone on doing a wonderful job of working together, looking out for each other, keeping safe and being kind!
Kia kaha - ake ake ake
Current situation - COVID-19 in New Zealand
New Zealand is currently at Alert Level 1.
At Alert Level 1 we are all uniting in the recovery.
At Alert Level 1, everyone can return without restriction to work, school, sports and domestic travel, and you can get together with as many people as you want.
Controls at the borders remain for those entering New Zealand, including health screening and testing for all arrivals, and mandatory 14 day managed quarantine or isolation.
As we unite to recover from the effects of COVID-19, it's still important that we keep the basic hygiene measures, including washing your hands and coughing or sneezing into your elbow.
Please visit the official Government COVID-19 website for more information.