We will shortly be meeting up for a conventional training course once again.
Naturally, we want to do this in a safe and healthy manner.
It is therefore important that everyone who is present during our courses makes an effort and feels responsible for guaranteeing social distancing and hygiene so that we can learn effectively in the most comfortable conditions possible.
For this reason, we have drawn up a ‘Learning safely together’ pact, geared to the guidelines of the National Safety Council, Sciensano (research and guidance centre for Belgian public health) and the standards in our sector (Federgon).
With this ‘Learning safely together’ pact we are striving, with your cooperation, to organise our training courses in a safe and responsible manner. This applies to both conventional sessions at an external course location and courses that are organised in-house at our customers.
It is important that you read the following safety and hygiene instructions beforehand. Because taking part in the course means saying ‘yes’ to complying with them.
These instructions may, of course, evolve if the official guidelines alter. You will find the most recent version on this page.