We will continue to take guidance from the Welsh Government and will base our information on their advice.
It is almost impossible to comprehend how quickly the coronavirus pandemic changed our lives in such a short time. As the UK joins many other countries in taking unprecedented measures to contain the spread of COVID-19, even now one year on, our thoughts are with everyone who has been affected by this difficult and challenging situation.
Our number one priority is the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff, we continue to teach online for the majority of the time, to minimise any disruption. We have now reopened our campus, teachers are working within the college and lessons are held here on occasion, though many of the lessons remain majority online.
We have begun to implement face-to-face teachings at intervals throughout the courses. This is not, and will not be every day, or even every week at the moment, though the hope is to have those students who are able, to come in to the college.
We want you to know that we are here to support you no matter what. We would also like to stress the importance of following the rules and guidelines set out within the college, these are designed to keep both you and our staff safe.
Our courses are designed to be either online, face-to-face or a blend of both. You will enjoy the same excellent support online and by phone, live online classes, and innovative course materials as always.
We hope to be back at the campus, teaching in person more often as the situation improves. We will be here to support you on your path to success and help you make the most of every opportunity, even in these unusual times.