Eastwood Park to reopen for training

Eastwood Park is planning to resume training at the end June, while implementing safety measures for learners and staff.

As the spread of the virus accelerated across the UK, on 22 March 2020 Eastwood Park took what it believed to be the only responsible course of action, to postpone all planned events and training and close its main house and accommodation until July 2020. After a considerable period of closure, it is now in a position to recommence the delivery of specialist healthcare engineering, decontamination and estates & FM training from 29 June 2020.

This is in line with the new “Working safely during Coronavirus (COVID-19)” guidance, the Government’s gradual easing of the lockdown and the introduction of Eastwood Park’s own COVID-19 policy.

As Eastwood Park plans to reopen, it goes without saying that the safety of visitors and staff is of the utmost importance. It has implemented a range of measures to safeguard learners while they carry out their essential training including:

  • Social distancing in classrooms and the house
  • Reduced course numbers
  • PPE for when social distancing is not possible
  • Separate entrances/exits and refreshment areas designated to single groups for the duration of the course
  • One-way systems 
  • Robust cleaning regimes
  • Alternative catering options: room service and take-away lunches

Eastwood Park has already spoken to many customers regarding new dates and new arrangements; if you are planning to book as it moves into this new phase, someone will be available on the phone at +44 (0)1454 262777 or at [email protected] to deal with your enquiries.