Now that COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted across the UK, we will be reverting to the normal requirement that, as set out in in the relevant core curriculum, a specified number of hours must be delivered with the simultaneous physical presence of the learner and the tutor or supervisor.
From Thursday 27 January plan B measures, that were introduced by the UK Government in December in response to the rising infection rates from Omicron variant came to an end. From that date England fully reverted to Plan A measures. This means that face coverings are no longer required by law in any setting. Public health guidance will remain in place, suggesting individuals should continue to wear a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces, where you may come into contact with people you do not normally meet.
If you are on a low-income worker (employed or self employed) living in Scotland and Test and Protect tell you to self-isolate you may be eligible for a £500 Self Isolation Support Grant, depending on your circumstances.
What is NHS Test and Trace and what does it mean for CNHC Registrants?
Test and Trace is the name given to the system used to try to stop the spread of the coronavirus. The first part of the system involves anyone who develops symptoms self-isolating and getting a coronavirus test. If that person tests positive, the next part of the system involves the NHS Test and Trace system...
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