The health and welfare of our customers (trainees) and staff are of utmost concern to us. In light of the evolving situation regarding the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, we are ensuring they are continually updated and adhering to all measures as recommended by the Ministry of Health’s latest public health advisory. In addition, as NTUC LearningHub is a Private Education Institution (PEI) registered with Committee for Private Education (CPE), we have also been advised to adopt measures undertaken by Ministry of Education (MOE).
Click here to view the latest MOH Health Advisory for Perons Issued with Stay Home Notice (SHN).
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With the activation of DORSCON Orange, scheduled classes will still continue with the following measure being activated:
a) Regular temperature taking
b) Trainees will be required to sign a Travel Declaration Form prior to entering class.
c) Increased cleaning frequency.
d) Advising trainees of basic hygiene at all times.
e) Maintaining contact lists (in case of contact tracing).
With these measures, we expect that there may be a longer waiting time prior to the start of class, and we encourage all trainees to arrive at least 30 minutes early. You may also download and print the Travel Declaration Form to have it filled prior arrival.
As per our previous advisory, below are 3 categories of Trainees who should NOT attend classes. All re-scheduling of classes of the below affected will be done at no extra costs.
1) Quarantine Order
Trainees who are recent travellers from Hubei already in Singapore, returning residents and long-term pass holders – either with travel history in Hubei or PRC passports issued in Hubei will be issued a Quarantine Order. The QO, if served, will compel the individual to be isolated at a designated place for a specified period. This individual must follow the requirements of the QO strictly. He/she may be quarantined at home or other suitable facilities e.g. designated Government Quarantine Facilities (GQF) as decided by the MOH. Quarantined is mandated by MOH’s Infectious Diseases Act.
2) Leave of Absence
Trainees who have returned from mainland China (exclude Hubei) from 14 January 2020 or later should observe a 14-day Leave of Absence. These individuals should take close reference to MOH’s advisory attached.
3) Feeling Unwell, Symptoms of Cough and Flu
Regardless of your travel history, Trainees who feel unwell or experience any symptoms of flu and cough are advised to seek medical attention immediately, and take time to rest and fully recuperate at home. This exercising of social responsibility will also help prevent the spreading of viruses in shared spaces such as our training centres.
The management reserves the right to turn away any visitors to our premises.
Should you require further clarification or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com if a declaration is to be made and rescheduling would be required.
Be vigilant in taking the necessary precautions regarding your own health, especially if you have been travelling or are planning to travel overseas. MOH’s recommended personal hygiene practices can be found here, and you can also stay updated of the evolving situation and any relevant advisories via the ministry’s website at www.moh.gov.sg.
We apologise for any inconvenience, and we thank you for your part in taking social responsibility towards the well-being of yourself and others.