We are implementing a series of enhanced measures to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our learners, staff and the TAE community, in close alignment with guidelines from Ministry of Health (MOH) and Ministry of Education (MOE).
Your support and cooperation will ensure a safe learning environment for everyone. Let us do our part by staying vigilant, being socially responsible and adopting good personal hygiene practices!
(Updated 20 February 2020, Risk Assessment: DORSCON ORANGE)
From 8 February 2020, all learners and visitors are required to undergo temperature screening at Level 1 (Lobby A) of the Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI). All other entry points within the building will not be accessible and all visitors who park at the LLI building will be redirected to Level 1 for temperature screening.
There will be a second temperature screening for all learners and visitors entering IAL and iN.LAB premises, at Levels 5 and 7 respectively.
All learners and staff arriving from Mainland China (excluding Hubei province) on or after 31 Jan 2020 6pm will be required to go on LOA for 14 days from the day of arrival in Singapore.
From 18 February 2020, all staff, learners and adjunct trainers returning from Mainland China (outside Hubei) will be issued a “Stay-Home Notice” (SHN) for a period of 14 days, upon entry into Singapore. Persons who fail to comply with the SHN may face penalties.
More information about SHN can be found at Go.gov.sg/StayHomeNotice
To facilitate any need for contact tracing, all visitors are also required to submit a travel declaration at the temperature screening stations. They can also fill in the form prior to their visit.
Please contact us at 6579 0300 for any enquiries.