COVID-19: Camden Haven Community College closes to the community

Joan Otley at the college as a participant in the popular discussion group. Joan was past president for many years and is a current member of Camden Haven Community
Colleges Committee.

Joan Otley at the college as a participant in the popular discussion group. Joan was past president for many years and is a current member of Camden Haven Community Colleges Committee.

Camden Haven Community College has made the decision to close the college and protect the community in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.

The college plans to reopen after the Easter break on Monday, April 27 unless a changed situation prevents this.

At this stage all courses are planned for next term and will go ahead.

The course guide will be distributed around the community in the Easter break and will be on the college website from next week.

Meanwhile, as much as possible is happening. Classes and events at external suitable venues that allow for a safe distance between people and vigilant cleaning procedures will continue wherever possible.

Administration at the college will continue. Call 6559 6699 or office@chace.org.au and Sally will assist with your inquiry or booking.

Veronica is your contact for Aged Care related inquiries. She is available on 0409 831 198.

Mikaela may be working away from the college; however she will be attending to her usual emails at admin@chace.org.au.

'It was not easy to make the decision to close our college; however our governing body, the committee, and management staff were all in agreement," manager of the college Joneen said.

"Our most important consideration is the health of our college participants and community members."

The college is looking forward to being fully operational again next term.

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