The latest information and guidance for learners, staff and visitors
Following the announcement made by Kirsty Williams, Minister for Education, on Wednesday 3rd June, in which she outlined the next phase for schools, colleges and universities in Wales. We are currently working on plans to recommence face to face delivery across our programmes. However, we are committed to putting the health, safety and wellbeing of all staff, learners and partners first and will await further, detailed guidance from Welsh Government before announcing any further updates.
Further details of the Minister's announcement can be found here: https://gov.wales/check-catch-prepare-summer-and-september-all-schools-wales-enter-next-phase
At this moment in time, we are continuing to work, support and guide our learners online.
We are totally committed to ensuring you continue your learning journey with ALS, and have access to any support you may need during these challenging times.
We understand that your learning week will be different for a while and you may be at home in a busy household, balancing your learning around childcare, caring for family members or other commitments. During this time, our focus is you, your learning, and your health and wellbeing. Please keep in regular contact with your Training Advisor and let us know if you require any further support.
With the support and guidance of your Training Advisor and the use of our e-learning systems and virtual classrooms, you can continue your learning online. Our teams are working hard to ensure you can learn remotely, develop your skills, and progress through your qualification.
Fully Funded training is still available to you. You can start a qualification with us anytime through our digital sign up process. Our delivery team will guide you through the process.
Specific guidance for staff is available here.
We are encouraging all staff, learners and visitors to keep up to date on the most recent advice and guidance relating to Coronavirus.
For the latest information about Coronavirus in Wales, including its symptoms, protecting yourself and self-isolation advice, please visit the Public Health Wales website