|As Lockdown 2.0 in England is due to come into force at 12.01am on Thursday 5th November 2020 we want to advise all of our clients that will be continuing to operate as normal delivering training and assessments throughout the lockdown period.|
As the ruling permits people to leave home for essential reasons including work, and with a number of notable exceptions such as key workers across the NHS, emergency services and significantly Construction workers, of which those who work upon the public highway are included, we shall continue to support the industry in ensuring opportunities are available to keep the competence and skills of it’s workers valid and current.
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|Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on Sunday 10th May, we take this opportunity to update you on what this means for your training and assessment requirements|
Previously we suspended all face to face events and adapted to delivering online training only so that we could continue to support you as much as possible. However, following the announcement and government advice, we have conducted further risk assessments, updated the safe systems of work and implemented a number of measures including rearranging our training facilities to ensure social distancing, increased cleaning routines of equipment and furniture, hand sanitiser available throughout the centre and encouraging all personnel to maintain good hygiene including regular handwashing and using the hand sanitisers available, covering mouth when coughing/sneezing and informing of any cold or flu like symptoms. With that, we are pleased to announce that we are ‘Covid Compliant’ and are therefore able to safely resume face to face delivery, to accompany the online platforms that we continue to deliver
During these unprecedented times Up To Speed Training is committed to provide support to the Key Workers who continue to maintain our highways across the UK by ensuring that essential training can still be delivered and at the same time complying with the Government guidance and the Public Health England advice.
Below is information on a couple of solutions that are now available. Our team are available, working from home, either by phone on 0121 326 8696 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to answer any questions you may have with regards to completing training and assessments.
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