These are unprecedented and uncertain times, and at Spiced we’re constantly evolving and adapting our approach to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here you’ll find updated news, regulations and information regarding our response.
Currently, we are running hybrid cohorts in all of our locations. This means that our cohorts take place both online and remotely, with students alternating days between coming on campus and participating at home.
This is in order to comply with local and governmental regulations regarding how many people are allowed in certain spaces. All our campuses are similarly abiding by the normal rules required by businesses. That means masks are required when moving around, social distancing is obligatory, and we encourage hygiene and hand-washing.
We strongly believe in the benefits of on-site education. Therefore it is mandatory that students are able to attend the course on campus when/if required. Those who are considered at risk should get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org to explore alternate options.
Under which circumstances would Spiced return to teaching online only?
When Spiced is required to do so ie. a cohort is being quarantined by the health authorities or teaching on campus is no longer possible due to federal or regional regulation.
What applies in case of a confirmed Corona Case on Campus?
Anyone who has been in direct contact (more than 15 minutes of less than 1.5m) with the infected person needs to be quarantined for 10 days and participate online. We will consult with health authorities. As a result the whole cohort and any other persons affected may be quarantined.
What applies for anyone who lives with someone who has a confirmed case?
The person should be quarantined for 10 days if able to isolate from the infected person, and if close contact is unavoidable, until the infected person is no longer contagious.
What applies to a person who has had direct contact (more than 15 minutes of less than 1.5m) with a confirmed case outside campus?
The person will need to quarantine for 10 days.
What applies to a person coming back from travelling to risk areas?
The person needs to follow federal and regional guidelines on travel, including the recommended quarantine period.