Perth

COVID-19 updates and resources for Perth 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: Thursday 22 April , 2021

Perth Campus remains open with current COVID-19 protocols in place

Based on recent Western Australia State Government updates, the use of face masks is no longer mandatory.

Refer to the latest WA State Government updates for further information.

COVID-19 campus and clinic protocols in place:

  • Campus-wide physical distancing is in place (4m2)
  • 72-hour quarantine for all library loan books
  • Use of Perspex guards and floor distancing stickers
  • Clinic clients will continue to be monitored by current COVID-19 greeting process (temperature checks etc.)
  • Regular daily cleaning carried out on campus including all high touch areas
  • Lecturers and Clinic Supervisors to continue to ask the ‘start of session’ questions to decrease the chances of students remaining on campus when presenting with cold or flu-like symptoms
  • Good hand hygiene and utilising provided hand sanitiser regularly
  • Students and clients must not attend campus when presenting with cold or flu-like symptoms
  • Attendance tracking via QR scan code or sign in sheets are available on campus
  • Clinic attendance is staggered to maintain physical distancing
  • Each specialist learning space, including the Endeavour Wellness Clinic and dispensaries, are provided with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) e.g. face masks, gloves, hand sanitiser, disinfectant
  • All students will be briefed on health and safety measures by academic staff
  • Screening of clinic clients with an online questionnaire prior to booking a treatment
  • All clinics have temperature scanners and should anyone present with flu-like symptoms they may be asked to leave the 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). For more information, visit our student support and resources page.