What Level 2 and Level 1 Mean for your Training with IMNZ



IMNZ confirm that we will continue with all scheduled in-person workshops under level 2 in Auckland.  We have robust health and safety procedures in place and each of our Auckland venues are well versed in operating under level 2. 

Courses outside of Auckland will run as per normal under alert level 1 with the appropriate safety measure in place as per the governments Covid-19 guidelines 

None of our online courses are impacted by the current Covid-19 alert levels and these will all continue as scheduled.  If you are currently booked on a face to face workshop and would like to swap to an online version of the same course please contact the team, we are happy to make this arrangement for you.   


Booking a Course 

We are open for business and taking bookings as per our normal process.  We have a range of great workshops and online courses available, to find out more click here.

Keeping You Safe 

Your safety and the safety of the IMNZ team is our top priority, along with delivering an extraordinary learning experience.   

IMNZ workshops in Auckland will continue to run under alert level 2.  All our venues are well versed in implementing the Ministry of Health guidelines on best practice health and safety procedures to minimise risk.   

For more information please see our detailed Health and Safety Plan and our FAQ’s by clicking the button below.

If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.  

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