As we all navigate our way through respective COVID-19 outbreaks across the country, we appreciate many individuals and businesses continue to face personal and professional challenges. However, during the most challenging of times we must support each other the most, which is exactly what we will continue to do.
As these unprecedented times progress, Catalyst Education will continue to operate and support you, your organisation and your educators and staff. We hope that everyone is staying safe and well and our thoughts go out particularly to those whose families have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Along with care and compassion, clarity is of the utmost importance during a challenging period. As such, we have actioned flexible strategies based on the latest information available at this time to ensure we can continue to support our clients and our learners.
- All learners are able to continue with the theory components of their course
- Rolling intakes remains open for new learners to commence courses
- For specific action plan information relating to our Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) please visit Selmar Institute of Education, Practical Outcomes or Royal College of Healthcare.
Education is vital to our communities and as such we will continue to provide the highest possible standard of training to all learners while also supporting our clients’ needs. While face-to-face contact is restricted, by supporting our community by observing social distancing, our very supportive trainers and client relationship team will continue to be available via email, phone and video calls as per usual.
We will keep you updated on information and recommendations from health authorities and the Government becomes available.
Our RTO’s delivery models mean learners can continue to work towards their valuable qualification during these unprecedented times.
Essential information on the COVID-19 situation continues to be updated regularly and we are monitoring all reliable sources including school, centre and facility visitor restrictions and temporary closers. You can also track the latest Australian updates via the Australian Government Department of Health and the Department of Education, Skills and Employment. For global updates, visit the World Health Organisation’s website.
Should you require specific support or guidance during this time, we encourage you to reach out to your dedicated trainer, client relationship contact or contact us here.
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