Welcome to Week 3 of Tutorial Notice
Check out all the tutorial notices for this week below.
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Tutorial Notices: Week Commencing – 13th September 2021
For all information relating to COVID-19 please visit : www.bridgend.ac.uk/coronavirus
If you test positive for the virus, it is important that you let us know as soon as possible by completing our notification form: www.bridgend.ac.uk/covidnotification
Coronavirus Testing (Lateral Flow Devices)
To support our ongoing efforts of keeping our campuses a ‘Covid Safe’ place to work and learn, we ask that you utilise our Lateral Flow Devices (LFD’s) and continue to use these throughout our first term. Welsh Government recommends twice-weekly testing, which we also fully support and encourage.
If you require any testing kits, these can be picked up from reception areas at our Cowbridge Road, Queens Road and Pencoed Campuses. Testing kits can also be collected, free of charge, from local community pharmacies.
Face Covering Exemption
If you are exempt from wearing a face covering, you must wear one of our face covering exemption cards on your lanyard – this helps us and others to be respectful of your exemption. If you need to submit an exemption request, you can do so by visiting the Coronavirus FAQ on the college website.
Face Coverings while on Campus
All staff and students (unless exempt) will be required to wear a face–covering while moving around any indoor area of the college. You may remove your face covering if you are sat down eating or working within a workstation.
Please also continue to wash your hands regularly and use the hand sanitisers provided across campuses.
Standing up → Wear a face covering
Sitting down → You can remove your face covering (if you want to)
This week is Sexual Health Awareness Week.
Did you know Bridgend College are a C-Card Centre?
The C-Card Scheme gives our Wellbeing Team the ability to provide you with free Sexual Protection items such as Condoms and Femidoms.
You can pick up free items from Wellbeing during our Drop In which is Everyday from 12pm – 2pm at our Wellbeing hubs.
Wednesday 15th September marks International Day of Democracy.
Democracy is a universally recognised ideal and is one of the core values and principles of the United Nations. Democracy provides an environment for the protection and effective realisation of human rights.
The values of freedom, respect for human rights and the principle of holding periodic and genuine elections by universal suffrage are essential elements of democracy.
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This year, it is easier than ever to complete e-Tutorial.
Simply use any internet enabled device, and continue your learning.