COVID 19 Protocol
COVID-19 Protocol for Hands on Courses
Tallgrass Canada is closely monitoring the COVID-19 rates and changes. Hands-on training is tentatively planned to continue in April 2021, but if the COVID-19 situation makes it unsafe for travel and workshops, we will postpone hands-on workshops. Any payments made for hands-on trainings that are postponed will be applied to future hands-on training, online courses of your choice, or refunded to you.
For hands-on training, we will follow these guidelines:
Our goal for workshops is to provide you with an excellent hands-on experience while also ensuring the safety of everyone sharing the same space. Until further notice, our safety policy for in-class hand-on workshops is as follows:
Class sizes will be kept small (4-6 students) so that we can maintain a safe distance from each other during lectures and hands-on demonstrations and work time.
Through the entire hands-on training, you'll be required to wear a mask. We will sanitize hands before and after each hands-on experience. There will be no exceptions to wearing a mask.
If possible, all hands-on work sessions will take place in outdoor spaces.
Hand sanitizers and regular hand washing will be required throughout each day.
Surfaces, knobs, and switches will be cleaned regularly with disinfectant.
If you have registered for a workshop but are feeling unwell before the first day, we ask that you postpone until the next time we offer the class.
If you have been recently exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID (within 3 weeks of the first day of your desired workshop), we ask that you postpone until the next time we offer the class.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions
- National Board of Certification for Animal Acupressure and Massage (NBCAAM) guidelines for working with animals safely during COVID-19