COVID-19 Regulations

Find out how we will be carrying out face-to-face training

Verity Sangan

Last Update hace 2 años

The safety of our learners is paramount to everything that we do. Therefore, we have put strict measures in place to ensure that our face-to-face training meets COVID-19 regulations.

For all face-to-face training courses

At present, the courses advertised on this page are only available to LV Care Group staff.


To comply with COVID-19 regulations, all learners must bring and wear their own face mask when attending training.


Staff must not attend training if they have any symptoms of COVID-19, if they have been off Island and are awaiting a negative swab result, or if they have been recommended to isolate due to either having symptoms of COVID-19 or being in contact with someone with COVID-19.


All staff will be asked to sanitise their hands on arrival at their training course and details will be taken for track and trace purposes.


No refreshments will be available during face-to-face training. Please ensure that you bring drink and food refreshments with you.


You MUST NOT attend your training if you answer 'Yes' to any of the screening questions on the COVID-19 Screening Questions document which can be viewed when booking a place on any of our face-to-face training courses.


All staff will be asked to sanitise their hands on arrival at their training course and details will be taken for track and trace purposes.


More information about COVID-19 regulations is available via the Government of Jersey website. Click here to read more.

Basic Life Support training

To ensure social distancing, a maximum of 4 learners will be in each training session.


Rescue breaths are not required to be demonstrated in this course, which is reflected on the competency document issued.


Click to book your place on a Basic Life Support training course.

First Aid training

To ensure social distancing, a maximum of 6 learners will be in each training session.


As this is a regulated qualification, rescue breaths must be demonstrated. We have sufficient risk assessments and processes in place to ensure that we meet COVID-19 regulations set by the First Aid Quality Partnership.


Further information about how we will be running our regulated first aid courses, including information about risk assessment and cleaning procedures can be found here.


Click to book your place on a Level 3 (RQF) Emergency First Aid at Work course.

Fire Marshal training

To ensure social distancing, a maximum of 6 learners will be in each training session.


Click to book your place on a Level 2 Fire Marshal training course.

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