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!
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).
Effective from 11.59 pm on Friday 12 February until 11.59pm Wednesday 17 February, Victoria will enter a 5-day lockdown, based on the latest Victoria State Government health advice. As such, all universities and schools are required to close.
As a result of this latest update, the following will be implemented:
*Reopening of the Melbourne campus is subject to State Government directive.
We acknowledge that this will be disappointing for many students as this will impact Summer School on-campus and the Clinic, however, Endeavour College will continue to prioritise the health and safety of the community and follow all State Government advice. We will continue to provide you with updates as soon as they become available.
Based on the Victorian state government directive and latest updates, we are now easing out of restrictions and adapting our COVID-19 safe plan accordingly. As a College, we continue to monitor the situation closely and will adapt the re-opening plans to align with current state guidelines (subject to change based on state government directive).
In order to support practical completion classes and to prepare for on-campus classes resuming in 2021, we ask that you continue to remain diligent when it comes to health and safety protocols.
The health and safety and a COVID-19 free campus remains our top priority and to support this, the current procedures (including adhering to physical distancing) remains in place:
The following general measures will apply to support physical distancing, best practices in health and safety and support teaching and learning continuity on campus.
Please see below for an overview of the best practice health and safety measures to be implemented for practical and clinic completion classes, an update on the library and answers to FAQs which will be released on the COVID-19 return to campus page.
In the case of a student, staff member, clinic client or visitor having a confirmed case of COVID-19, it will be reported to the government in the first instance and the College will take directive regarding campus closure to complete a deep cleaning. In this case, all students will be informed of this and the expected return date based on the relevant government and health authority approval.
Read more on the use of medical face masks on the World Health Organization (WHO) website.