How our students and staff can work together to protect all visitors to UKSA:
- Frequent washing of hands or use of hand sanitiser provided
- Keep classrooms and offices well ventilated
It is everyone’s responsibility to stay alert. Everyone is responsible for taking safety measures where necessary. All Covid related policies and procedures are subject to change without prior notice depending on Government guidelines and operational requirements.
We will no longer ask that you carry out a lateral flow test before you arrive or routinely while you are here. However, as a matter of personal responsibility, if you feel that you have any of the recognised symptoms of Covid, please do a test.
If you do test positive, please do not travel to UKSA and contact us by phone or email to discuss alternative arrangements.
If you are already at UKSA and feel that you have symptoms, please do a test.
If you do test positive, please inform reception or our duty manager by phone. As the current NHS guidance is to avoid crowded places and avoid contact with other people for five days* it is UKSA policy that you will need to make arrangements to leave site for the five days. This is to protect the rest of the staff, students and children onsite.
Due to the nature of the training at UKSA, including cross channel sailing and the regulations for working onboard a yacht overseas, we highly recommend that all students on yacht career training programs are vaccinated to the appropriate requirement(s) of each country.
*Starting from the day after you did the test.