Coronavirus COVID-19 Update Byron Community College

Coronavirus COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Information

As always, the health and safety of our students, staff and the wider community are important to Byron Community College and we will continue to follow the latest NSW Government guidelines in relation to curbing the spread of COVID-19.

Before you attend a class please check the latest advice from NSW Health website here .

We are offering some classes online here .

What Byron Community College will do

  • Promote social distancing, good hygiene and frequent handwashing
  • Provide hand washing facilities that are clearly sign posted and display public health reminders about hand washing method. Hand sanitiser will be in every classroom
  • Enhancement of cleaning protocols particularly all high contact areas

What we require students, tutors and staff to do

  • Under the current NSW Vocational Education and Training guidelines, double vaccination is strongly encouraged but not mandatory to attend classes, however there are some classes where it may be required if the class is at an external venue
  • Masks are mandatory indoors, unless you have an exemption, as per NSW Health here
  • Use QR codes and/or sign ins when entering the building
  • Observe the 1.5 square meter rule
  • Do not attend if you are feeling unwell or experiencing any COVID-19 related symptoms
  • Do not attend if you have come into contact with a known case of COVID-19
  • While on site or in class, take full direction from your tutor or other staff member
  • Bring own food and drinks including mugs, cutlery, crockery etc if required including water bottles
  • Please be tolerant and kind and respect other people’s views

If you have any questions regarding the above please contact our Admin Team who can assist you on 02 6684 3374 or email

Enrolment conditions (COVID-19)

The College may at any point, as a result of change in health and safety conditions, reschedule or cancel a class.

If we cancel a class, you will have the opportunity to re-enrol in another class or receive a refund.

If you are unable to attend because you have possible COVID-19 symptoms, or have had contact with a known case of COVID-19, you will receive a full or partial refund.