Brisbane and Gold Coast

COVID-19 updates and resources for Brisbane and Gold Coast students

We understand that these ongoing changes are difficult to manage, however, the College will continue to align with all National and State Government directives in order to support the health and safety of the community. As we continue to adapt and plan together, we ask that all communication/interaction with staff remains respectful and in line with the Student Code of Conduct.

Thank you for your adaptability and resilience during this time!

Latest updates

Updated: Tuesday 31 August 2021

Masks are mandatory across Brisbane and Gold Coast campuses until Friday 10 September

Based on the recent State Government announcement, the Brisbane and Gold Coast campuses require mandatory mask-wearing in our clinics, anywhere you cannot socially distance and while moving around Campus in shared spaces. For the latest COVID-19 information refer to the Queensland Government COVID-19 update.

It will also continue to be mandatory to check-in using the QR codes around each Campus for all students, team members, visitors and clients.

COVID-19 procedures to remain in place for both campuses:

  • State Government QR Code Check-ins are mandatory on campus for all staff, students, clients, and visitors.
  • Physical distancing protocols are in place (1.5 metre) and controls are in place in classrooms, clinical classrooms, laboratories, dispensaries and specialist teaching spaces. This includes managing access to equipment and workspaces, checklist protocols for cleaning and disinfecting spaces after each usage.
  • In clinics, student, staff, and client caps are in place based on the number of people per room so physical distancing is maintained and adhered to. This will include staggered clinical consultation times, clients in the waiting rooms and treatments rooms. You may find yourself spread across multiple clinics and breakout rooms as you return to clinical completion classes.
  • Each specialist learning space including the Endeavour Wellness Clinic and dispensaries, is provided with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) e.g: facemasks, gloves, hand sanitizer, disinfectant etc.
  • All safe campus and health and safety protocols are expected to be adhered to at all times to support a COVID-19 free campus.
  • Current COVID-19 Library processes with 72hr quarantine for all loan books.
  • Students who are sick with cold and flu symptoms must NOT attend the college and can connect with their lecturer directly to discuss options.
  • Protocols have been put in place for the screening of clinic clients with a questionnaire on arrival.
  • Clients who are sick with cold and flu symptoms must NOT attend the clinic and will be asked to leave the clinic and rebook their appointment when they are feeling better.
  • All clinics will have access to temperature scanners for usage should a student, staff member, or client present with flu-like symptoms, and the person may be asked to leave the campus in return once they are feeling better.
  • Good hand hygiene and utilising provided hand sanitiser regularly.
  • All the best practices for health and safety are in place and strictly adhered to on campus.

Student support

If you or your family are impacted by the current situation and are seeking professional support, we recommend that you reach out to the Student Assistance Program (SAP) on 1800 336 207 (24/7). This is a confidential counselling hotline for both personal and study-related problems, which is available exclusively for Endeavour students (free for a series of sessions). Visit our Student support and resources page for more details.