COVID-19 Announcement - CET Students

 

Dear CET Students,

During the Covid-19 Circuit Breaker period from 7 April 2020 to 1 June 2020, ALL CET (Continuing Education and Training) Programmes, including Part-time Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Specialist Diploma and Diploma (Conversion) courses will be conducted online. This excludes selected SSG (SkillsFuture Singapore) approved in-person training.

Singapore Polytechnic has put in place some precautionary measures as a result of COVID-19. Please take careful note of these measures for those coming to campus for SSG approved in-person training.

1  Wear a Mask

You are required to wear a mask on campus.

2  One Stop Centre

Our One Stop Centre will also be closed from 16 April 2020 to 1 June 2020 (both dates inclusive). During this period, if you have any enquiries or require support services, please email us at pace@sp.edu.sg or call us at 6772 1288 from Mondays to Fridays, 8.30am to 7.00pm. Please be assured that we are still remained committed to serving the needs of our students even as the team our SP colleagues work from home.

Temperature Taking & Recording

All CET students will be required to record your temperature, once before class. For full-day classes, you are required to bring along your thermometers, take and record a second temperature reading in the afternoon. Please make your temperature recording(s) at this link.

If you have any symptoms of illness (such as fever, cough and shortness of breath), you should inform your lecturer and leave the campus immediately.

Declaration on contact with Novel Coronavirus cases

In addition to the requirement to make a travel declaration, you are also required to submit a declaration if, to the best of your knowledge, in the past 14 days, you:

  1. are a Confirmed Case/Suspect Case/Person under Quarantine Order, or
  2. have been in contact with a Confirmed Case/Suspect Case/Person under Quarantine Order, in the past 14 days.

If (a) or (b) applies to you, please make your declaration at MyCEMS.

Definitions:

  • Confirmed/suspect Case - A person confirmed or suspected by MOH to have the Novel Coronavirus.
  • Person under Quarantine Order – A person under quarantine order from MOH.

Travel Declaration

Please declare your travel details (including the city or province) in the Travel Declaration Form if you have travelled/are travelling overseas in 2020. Please note that all travel must be declared.  Participants are reminded of your personal and social responsibility in providing accurate data in the travel declaration system. This is for your strict compliance.

All participants returning from overseas will be issued with a 14 day Stay-Home Notice (SHN), and thus not allowed to come to class.

 

From
SP Management

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