Covid Safety Statement

LearningCog Covid Statement as of 15 October 2020

2020 has been a disruptive and troubling year for all of us. The threat of the Covid-19 virus is still sadly with us and will continue to be for the foreseeable future.

Over the past 6 months, LearningCog have been working hard to adjust our training methods and moving what we can to virtual delivery. We’ve made good progress across our Leadership, Management, Team and Sales training and have had great success stories with our Insights Discovery and Emotional Intelligence offering, which are now available to be conducted via Zoom.

Slowly, the demand for face-to-face workshops is beginning to return, and LearningCog are open to facilitating these, provided we maintain and follow Government guidelines that keep participants and our own staff safe and secure. LearningCog will revise these guidelines on a regular basis, keeping abreast of any changes.

In order to run Covid Safe workshops, LearningCog will take the following considerations in to account:

  • Running workshops in large ventilated spaces, adhering to Government guidelines regarding participant numbers, with appropriate social distancing and face coverings.
  • Participant numbers are restricted dependent on current guidelines. At the moment we are following the ‘rule of 6’, meaning only 5 participants and one facilitator can take part in workshops. This is subject to change.
  • Enhanced risk assessments and cleaning procedures for external venues or client premises.
  • Facilitators will wear full face (clear) visors. We will supply antibacterial hand sanitiser that each participant is expected to use upon entry to the training room.
  • Health declarations will be required by each participant member, including LearningCog staff.
  • Any training materials will be sent either electronically for you to print at home or posted in advance to avoid any direct contact. Any printed materials will be quarantined for at least 72 hours ahead of posting.
  • No food or drink will be supplied. Participants will be required to bring their own refreshments.
  • Increased support and flexibility regarding training times, dates and last-minute changes.

Our main priority is to keep you and our staff safe. If none of the above points are possible to adhere to, we will not proceed with any face to face training.

Finally, we’d like to hear from you. How can we help? What sort of training would you like – either virtual or face to face? Do you have a training idea for your staff or team but aren’t sure how to make it happen? Is there a workshop on our website you’d like us to conduct virtually?

Please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you and find a way we can work together and move forward, hopefully into a better 2021.

Until then: Wash Hands, Cover Face, Make Space, and most importantly, Keep Safe!

Yours sincerely

Ric Hayden
Managing Director