COVID19 Safety procedures for offline class
- We ask that if you have been in contact with someone infected by Covid-19 or have been infected yourself that you advise us immediately.
- We ask that you DO NOT come to the class if you have the known symptoms of the virus with the last 14 days.
WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU ARE HERE
- Students will train on specific days (and in specific groups) with the same instructor for each class. An Instructor rota may be enforced to ensure Instructors and students remain in their specific groups/bubbles.
- Students and parents will not be allowed to wait within the reception/cafe area.
- We will check temperatures of everyone entering the centre using a non-contact infrared forehead thermometers.
- Everyone entering the centre will be required to sanitise or wash their hands immediately as they enter. We ask that you wash your hands and forearms after your class.
- Sanitation stations will be located in the cafe counter and inside the training area where you put your water bottles.
- The number of students in the changing areas of the centre will be reduced to minimise congestion so we can practice social distancing. If possible, we ask that you arrived dressed for training and that you do not bring excess baggage.
- Where possible all students and instructors will be required to remain a safe distance apart in line with current social distancing guidelines. This may include the wearing of face masks.
- Class sizes will be limited to 14 each class.
- There will be a thorough and continuous cleaning regime in the dojang space.
- Extra time will be introduced between classes to allow us to fully clean all areas of the training area ahead of the following class.
- All cleaning will carried out using a fully virucidal disinfectant cleaner, certified to kill enveloped viruses within 60 seconds.
- The centre will undergo a deep clean at the end of a training day.
- Our instructors/staff will be washing their hands before their shift, after completing cleaning tasks and frequently throughout shifts. Personal protective equipment (PPE) will be provided for to staff members should they feel the need to wear them.
These guidelines will be updated regularly following Government Guidelines. In the meantime, please contact Master Sung directly if you have any further questions.