Covid-19 Update

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Last Updated 9/6/22

Our learning Centres are open to students, staff and the public with no need to make an appointment. We continue to keep safety measures in place.

For the latest guidance on Covid please see here

Stay safe, and if you need to get in touch with us, please see our contacts page.

Take a look through the drop-down menus below for information:

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Access to our campuses

Access to our campuses

Most of our centres are open during office hours throughout the summer, please check for local holidays and closures.

We fully expect all tuition to take place in centres from September this year.

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Physical distancing

Physical distancing

We have set capacity limits in centres based on 1m social distancing. Seating and desks will be arranged to maintain one metre distancing. Please respect this rule and be respectful of safe distancing and personal space when on-site.

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Face coverings

Face coverings

There is no longer a requirement to wear face coverings in our buildings.

 

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Ventilation

Ventilation

We continue to regularly monitor ventilation and air quality on site using CO2 monitors in occupied rooms to ensure this does not fall below acceptable levels.

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Hand sanitising and cleaning

Hand sanitising and cleaning

We encourage everyone to continue to use the hand sanitisers provided and wash hands frequently throughout the day, and clean down shared work and study surfaces.

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On-site services

On-site services

We are not currently operating catering services or vending machines. Please bring food and drinks with you if you plan to be in a centre.

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Mental health support

Mental health support

Remember that there is mental health support available to all students from the Argyll College Student Counsellor, Maggie Melville. You can contact her at ACWellbeing@uhi.ac.uk

Students also have access to Togetherall, a digital mental health support service which is available online, 24/7, and is completely anonymous so you can express yourself freely and openly

The university's Support for Students pages can also link you to many useful online resources to help with your health and wellbeing too

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Vaccinations

Vaccinations

We strongly advice you to get your first/second/booster vaccine, as applicable, if you haven’t already done so. Visit the NHS Inform website to find information on how to book appointments.