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Studieskolen's guidelines regarding coronavirus

Update 14 June

From today (14 June) you are no longer required to wear a face mask or shield when moving around Studieskolen.

If you are signed up for a course in Danish or in a foreign language, you are also no longer required to show a corona passport. However, if you are signed up for an FVU-course, you are still required to show a valid corona passport.

However, we still kindly ask you to sanitise your table and chair before sitting down. You can find sanitiser and single-use wipes in all our rooms. There are also stands with hand sanitiser placed around the school.


Update 20 May

From Tuesday 25 May, we can return to classes at Studieskolen’s facilities.

Remember your corona passport!

We ask you to be especially aware that you can only take part in classes if you bring a valid corona passport and ID every time you attend. Your ID can be your yellow health card (sundhedskort), driving license or passport.

Your teacher is obliged to check it. Therefore, we ask you to have corona passport and ID ready when you arrive. Please come a little early so your teacher has time to check it. When you arrive, we kindly ask you to enter your classroom immediately, so we don’t get too crowded in the hallways.

You must show your corona passport before every class, even if you are fully vaccinated. This is because Studieskolen is not allowed to store health data.

All people attending a class must show their corona passport, with the following exceptions:

  • People who, for medical reasons, ought not to get tested for COVID-19
  • People who, due to a physical or mental impairment, ought not to get tested for COVID-19

If you are exempt, then you must contact Studieskolen in writing before your first class – send us an email at info@studieskolen.dk, then we will contact you as soon as possible.

Please be aware that the teacher has been instructed to turn away any participant who doesn’t have a valid corona passport.

If you are unsure how to find your corona passport, please look here: https://covid19.ssi.dk/vaccination/coronapas (in Danish)

Face mask/shield and hand sanitiser
When you are moving around on Studieskolen, you must wear either a face mask or shield until you are seated at your desk.
To be on the safe side, we ask you to sanitise your desk and the back of your chair before you sit down. There is sanitiser and single-use wipes in every room.
We have also put up even more hand sanitiser dispensers around the school.

Rules can change. Of course we always follow the rules that apply at any given time.


Update 4 May

All Danish and foreign language classes are still taught online. But from Tuesday 25 May we will teach with physical presence in class. We will of course write to all students in due time.

FVU classes are taught with 50% presence. FVU Danish level 4 and math level 2 are taught with 100% physical presence from Monday 10 May.

Courses that are marked with "online" will of course continue as online courses.


Update 23 March

Last night, the Danish authorities revealed their new reopening plan, and this plan has consequences for Studieskolen's language courses.
Studieskolen will only be allowed to conduct classroom teaching from 21 May onwards. This means that until then our course will be conducted online using Zoom and Moodle.

FVU-classes are taught with 50% physical presence in class.

 

Update 24 February

After today’s press conference given by the Danish government, we can conclude that we are not returning to our classrooms just yet.

We will continue our online teaching for classes in foreign languages and FVU up to and including Monday 5 April and for Danish clases up to and including Friday 9 April in the same way that you are already familiar with, using Zoom and Moodle.

If you have any questions, you are very welcome to contact our administration. We are open for enquiries via email or phone during regular office hours, i.e. Monday-Thursday 9-16 and Friday 9-13 (Danish time).


Update 29 January 2021
The Danish government has extended the period with corona restrictions until 28 February 2021. Therefore, Studieskolen will continue the classes as online classes.

The way it will work is that you will receive a link to our online teaching platform Zoom. We will strive to publish the link on Moodle at least an hour before class. You can find a guide to using Zoom on Moodle, and you can also read more about Zoom here.

If you are signed up with an online class, your classes will continue as normal. If any special measures apply to your class, you will hear about it directly from your teacher.

Studieskolen’s administration will remain open for contact via email and phone during regular office hours:
Monday to Thursdag 9-16, Friday 9-13.
We will do everything we can to answer your questions as quickly as possible.

We will of course continue to follow any announcements from the government and adjust our activities accordingly.


Update 13 January 2021
The Danish government has extended the period with corona restrictions until 7 February 2021. Therefore, Studieskolen will continue the classes as online classes.

The way it will work is that you will receive a link to our online teaching platform Zoom. We will strive to publish the link on Moodle at least an hour before class. You can find a guide to using Zoom on Moodle, and you can also read more about Zoom here.

If you are signed up with an online class, your classes will continue as normal. If any special measures apply to your class, you will hear about it directly from your teacher.

Studieskolen’s administration will remain open for contact via email and phone during regular office hours:
Monday to Thursdag 9-16, Friday 9-13.
We will do everything we can to answer your questions as quickly as possible.

We will of course continue to follow any announcements from the government and adjust our activities accordingly.


Update 29 December 2020
The Danish government has extended the period with corona restrictions until 17 January 2021. Therefore, Studieskolen will continue the classes as online classes (see update 7 December).
The office will be open only by telephone Monday to Thursdag 9-16, Friday 9-13.

Update 7 December

Today, the Danish government held a press conference. Here it was made clear that from 9 December, Studieskolen will not be able to hold physical classes where you meet in our classrooms.

This means that we are converting all our classes into online classes from Wednesday 9 December at 8 a.m.

The way it will work is that you will receive a link to our online teaching platform Zoom. We will strive to publish the link on Moodle at least an hour before class. You can find a guide to using Zoom on Moodle, and you can also read more about Zoom here.

If you are signed up with an online class, your classes will continue as normal. If any special measures apply to your class, you will hear about it directly from your teacher.

Studieskolen’s administration will remain partly open, and you will still be able to contact us via email and phone during regular office hours. We will do everything we can to answer your questions as quickly as possible.

These measures will apply until and including 3 January 2021. We will of course continue to follow any announcements from the government and adjust our activities accordingly.

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Previous guidelines, no longer valid:

We are doing everything we can to make sure it is safe for students and staff to be at Studieskolen, and we are of course adhering to official guidelines regarding space, distancing, hygiene and cleaning.

We expect from you that you…

  • stay home if you are ill
  • follow official guidelines about social distancing
  • follow official guidelines about maintaining hand hygiene using handwashing and hand sanitiser

Guidelines regarding space and distancing
Our rooms have different sizes and it is the size of the individual classroom that determines how many students can be there at once.
We will make sure that there is the recommended space and distance between teacher and students, and between students individually.

Guidelines regarding cleaning
Classrooms will be cleaned between every class. We will clean surfaces such as tables and the backs of chairs, and we will wash door handles and empty the bins.
Once a room has been used for a class, it must be cleaned before a new group can enter. We will mark this on the door so that we are sure no one will accidentally use a room that has not yet been cleaned.  
We will clean the toilets several times a day.
All our rooms have an automatic, continuous air ventilation system. Fresh air comes in from outside, and the air is sucked back out again. The ventilation works individually for each room, and the rooms are not connected. This means that the ventilation system is completely safe.  

Guidelines regarding hygiene
We encourage everyone to follow official guidance regarding hand hygiene. We clean toilets and sinks several times a day, and there is hand sanitiser placed at every entrance.

The Danish Health Authorities’ website on the coronavirus contains general information about the outbreak.

What do we do if a course participant has coronavirus?
In cooperation with the relevant authorities, Studieskolen has created a procedure that ensures our correct handling of cases where one of our course participants is infected with coronavirus.
It is important that the course participant contacts us. We speak to the individual to learn who he/she shared a table with in class, i.e. the people the individual has been the closest to.
After that, we personally talk to the instructor of the class as well as the course participant(s) that shared a table with the infected course participant.
We also send out an email to all the other course participants in the class to inform them.
Of course, we do not share the name of the course participant with others.
The authorities recommend that everyone – the instructor and the rest of the class – are extra vigilant of symptoms and careful to follow the recommendations for distance and hygiene.
However, it is not necessary for the teacher or the rest of the class to get tested. Neither is it necessary to cancel the class or move it to Zoom.