Page last updated 17/03/22 (09:13)
This page contains our latest information and frequently asked questions relating to coronavirus. It is important that you understand what is expected of you whilst you are on campus, to ensure that everyone remains safe and well.
UPDATES ISSUED TO STAFF AND STUDENTS
Students should regularly check both their college and personal email accounts for any updates. Updates will also be issued via our official college social media accounts, our student app and this website. You can also find the latest information and advice on coronavirus on Welsh Government’s website.
Are Lateral Flow Tests (LFTs) available?
The college has a good supply of tests and these can be collected from reception at each campus. Please continue to use lateral flow devices to test before attending campus. The Welsh Government currently recommends twice a week. You must report your results, irrespective of the outcome, using the instructions contained within the testing pack.
You must not carry out tests on college campuses.
What action is the College taking?
We continue to follow all advice and guidance from the Welsh Government. Areas are risk assessed to ensure that our staff and students are able to stay safe whilst on campus.
How do I report symptoms or tell you I am awaiting or have received test results?
Should I self-isolate?
Full details on who should self isolate and for how long is available on the Welsh Government website.
If you have any coronavirus symptoms, are awaiting a PCR test result or test positive for the virus (via a PCR test or Lateral Flow Device), it is important that you let us know as soon as possible by completing the notification form on our website.