Since we closed our School for classroom courses on 17 March 2020, we have been busy researching the safest way to welcome you back through our doors. We know there are many of you whose courses and exams have been disrupted by the pandemic, and even more who have been waiting patiently to begin your educational journey with us.
We can now confirm that WSET School London will be reopening for classroom courses from Monday 6 July. Below, we’ve outlined our plan to keep you safe, and how we'll keep things fun and interactive during your time with us. But first, here are two things we ask for your assistance with, to help us ensure that you and your fellow students have a safe and enjoyable learning experience.
1. Don't take risks with your health
If you're not feeling 100% fit and well, please stay at home. If you have any concerns or feel something coming on, err on the side of caution. Even if you are feeling fine, but you have come into contact with someone with COVID-19 symptoms in the last 14 days, get in touch and we’ll transfer you to the next available course.
There won’t be any financial repercussions if you can’t attend a booked course for any of these reasons. Your safety is our top priority.
2. Take care on your journey to the School
If you are unable to walk or cycle, you’ll most likely be using one of the many available public transport methods to reach London Bridge. On your journey, please wear a face covering and sanitise your hands regularly, especially after touching surfaces and before touching your face.
If you are unable to make your course due to transport restrictions, please get in touch as soon as you can. Our team will work with you to ensure that you can start or continue your learning with us at the earliest available point.