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).
Based on the recent State Government announcement (effective as of Friday 29 January, 12.01 AM AEDT) face mask restrictions will ease and are no longer mandatory on the Sydney campus.
In the case of a student, staff member, clinic client or visitor been confirmed with COVID-19, this will be first reported to the government with the College to then follow instructions for a campus closure to complete a deep cleaning protocol. In the case of a positive COVID-19 case and campus closure, all students will be informed and kept up to date about an expected return date (based on the relevant government and health authority approval).
Based on the State Government announcement regarding the NSW public health alert (effective 2 January 2021) all people residing in the Northern Beaches area must follow the government mandated stay at home orders. The State Government has also announced new measures to reduce the transmissions potential of COVID-19 while maintaining economic activity.
The Sydney campus remains open with mandatory face mask wearing for all students, clinic clients and staff on campus and in Summer School and CB1|21 classes. All students are to support the continued adherence to health and safety protocols in place, to align with state government directive.
We understand that these restrictions and changes are difficult to keep up with, so if you are impacted by these changes we recommend that you connect with the below support resources:
Procedures to remain in place
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:
Read more on the use of medical face masks on the World Health Organization (WHO) website.