Coronavirus – Covid19

Our highest priority is the health and safety of our students, our trainers, our staff and our families.

Currently, our plan is to run all courses where there are sufficient people attending. Many courses will be switched to run as Live Virtual (Remote/Online) class to make it safer and easier for people to attend.

We are also offering you the opportunity to transfer your booking to a class later on in the year. Therefore, we may cancel classes at short notice if the number of people postponing their attendance makes the class numbers too low to be viable. We are making the necessary process changes to increase the frequency of our communications with our customers, venue providers and partners.


Many of the courses are being switched to run as Live Virtual Classes (LVC). This removes the need for people to attend classes in person. You can learn more about how our Live Virtual Classes will work here: live-virtual-class-lvc/

You can review the list of upcoming classes and see which are Live Virtual Classes here

More courses will be converted in the coming days. It is likely ALL courses in March and April will be converted to Live Virtual Classes at some point in future.

However, plans are still subject to further change as the situation develops. If you are booked onto a class we will be in touch with further guidance near to the date.


These are the steps we are taking to minimise the risk of infection during our in-person events. We are monitoring the advice issued by Public Health England (PHE) and, based on the current advice, our courses are scheduled to run as planned.


– Hand sanitiser will be available at classes. We recommend you also bring your own.
– We are actively encouraging and providing plenty of opportunities to wash hands.
– We are providing brand-new personal stationery wherever possible (eg. post-its, sharpies, etc).


We ask you not to come to any of our courses in-person if:
you are sick
– you have been in the proximity of someone who is sick
– have been in one of the high-risk areas in the last 14 days

You can transfer to another course or event free of charge or take a full refund.

We strongly encourage all participants to apply safe practices. In particular, we emphasize the importance of
– Washing your hands frequently, and thoroughly, using soap or hand sanitisers
– Avoiding handshakes
– Avoiding touching your eyes, nose and mout


If we have to postpone any of our classes, we will re-book all delegates on to one of our future classes free of charge.


We will continue to update ourselves on the latest advice from credible sources such as the UK Government, Public Health England and the World Health Organisation. You can find more details and the latest information on the websites below:

World Health Organisation (WHO):
Public Health England (PHE):