What Level 2 Means for IMNZ

As New Zealand enters Alert Level 2 on Thursday 14th, we are excited to announce that our public workshops will be available from June onwards.  

Bookings for public workshops available from June onwards under Alert Level 2

If you’d like to make a booking, we are open for business under Alert Level 2. Our public workshops will be starting again in June and we will be taking bookings as per our normal online process, with a few exceptions. Priority will be given to people with existing bookings which were postponed due to Alert Level 3 and 4 restrictions.  

We have a range of great public workshops available, to find out more click on the link below. Note that spaces on our courses will be limited in order to maintain social distancing measures between learners at all times. Your safety is our priority, along with delivering a great learning experience.

Please make sure to register online in the next couple of weeks to secure a place in a June workshop.  

IMNZ courses are subject to any government COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions that may be in place from time to time.

Postponed courses

Your learning is important to us. If you were booked on a course that was postponed in March, April or May, one of our friendly team members would have already contacted you and offered a credit note. If you have a credit note, please make sure you rebook your training within six months. If you haven’t been contacted yet, please don’t hesitate to email us at [email protected]

Uncertain about attending a public workshop under Alert Level 2?

Your safety is our priority under Alert Level 2. IMNZ have robust health and safety protocols in place to minimise risk in our training environments. However, we understand that some people may feel uncomfortable attending a public course, or need to continue to self-isolate due to being in an at-risk category. In these circumstances, please reach out and let us know, we will be able to postpone your training to a later date at no extra cost.  

Keeping you safe

Your safety and the safety of our team is our top priority, along with delivering a great learning experience. We are working directly with our venues and are implementing the Ministry of Health guidelines on best practice health and safety procedures to minimise risk. Please click on the link below for a Q&A on IMNZ health and safety under Alert Level 2. We will publish our detailed Level 2 Health and Safety Plan on our website for all our valued customers to view and download. These protocols have been developed in accordance with WorkSafe’s guidelines. Course participants will also receive the health and safety procedures for their workshop venue prior to the workshop date.

If you have any further questions around rebooking your training or what Alert Level 2 means for you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.  

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