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Keep Southwark Safe

Adult Learning urgent update

The Thomas Calton Centre is now temporarily closed however, we’re currently available Monday to Friday 9.30am to 5.30pm for online, phone course and skills assessment related enquiries.

Contact us by phone 07436 701 899 or 07436 701 854 or email adult.learning@southwark.gov.uk.

In-line with the latest government rules, face to face, classroom based new, and continuing courses which were due to start in the first or second week of January courses have been deferred. Online, new and continuing courses, will run from January as scheduled.

Learners and those due to attend skills assessments will be contacted by a member of the team as soon as possible.

Face-to-face classroom based classes should start as soon as the government rules allow this.

Keeping you safe during COVID-19

The ways we deliver learning have been changed to be in-line with the government and Southwark Council guidance.
The situation may change at short notice, due to further government guidance.

The Thomas Calton Centre is now temporarily closed however, we’re currently available Monday to Friday 9.30am to 5.30pm for online, phone course and skills assessment related enquiries.

If you need to contact us, please call 07436 701 899 or 07436 701 854 or email adult.learning@southwark.gov.uk.

When we reopen measures are in place to make you feel safe and to welcome you to Thomas Calton Centre. The safety of learners, visitors and staff remains our priority.

There will be:

  • arrangements for social distancing within the centre
  • clear signage to help you move around the centre safely
  • changes to the layout of classrooms and specialist rooms (workshop, pottery etc) to achieve social distancing
  • smaller class sizes
  • PPE (personal protective equipment) available where appropriate
  • staggered start and finish times and a restructuring the timetable
  • more frequent cleaning and hygiene measures.
  • more courses offered online
  • changes to the way in which you enrol/visit the centre
  • wearing of a face covering will be mandatory when visiting the centre, unless there are mitigating circumstances (if you have a respiratory or other health condition)
  • asking students/visitor and staff not to come to the centre if they have any symptoms of Coronavirus

Further details will be sent to each student before they begin a course.

Page last updated: 05 January 2021

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