Your education during COVID-19

COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect the lungs and airways. It's caused by a virus called coronavirus. It has reached pandemic levels in the UK and globally. The Government advises patients to stay home, to stay two metres away from other people at all times, to wash your hands as soon as you get home and not to meet others including family or friends. This outbreak has obvious consequences for the ways in which we deliver our education and training.

Student studying


Prospective long course students

If you are thinking about studying with us, our student recruitment team are working as usual and are looking forward to receiving your application. For now, all our recruitment open events and interviews are taking place online via Zoom, which is very easy and safe to use. If you have any questions about our courses or our application process, please get in touch with the student recruitment team at training@tavi-port.ac.uk and someone will get back to you.  Please also follow us on social media for the most up to date information regarding our open events – head to Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn and search for ‘Tavi Training’.


Current students

This advice applies to students registered on our postgraduate and Trust Certificate programmes. Those due to attend an upcoming CPD event, please refer to the next section. 

Face-to-face teaching has been suspended and we will be delivering our Term 3 training activities online. Please continue to access our dedicated page on Moodle for extensive information regarding arrangements and student support. 

We have added a page on our website to support you in accessing Term 3 training. Please check back regularly for resource guidance updates and additions.  Please also continue to use other TEL resources as required to support your studies, and check your email and your course’s Moodle page for further updates.

We have also been working with our university partners and the relevant professional bodies to make sure that our arrangements for teaching and assessment continue to meet their standards and requirements.  We are providing regular updates to our students, and we are also posting the updates, along with some FAQ’s, on the Moodle support page for COVID-19.   

Our Moodle page also contains details of several internal and external resources to support students’ wellbeing. 

We understand that this is an unsettling time and you may have questions about this change. Thank you for bearing with us while we address the challenges posed by this situation and be assured that we are working hard to support your progression and the quality of your training experience with us.

For current students, if you are worried about your studies or you feel you need help managing these changes, please complete our online form and we will aim to provide a response within two working days.  


CPD Courses

We recognise the considerable anxiety that these unprecedented events and consequent uncertainty are causing and want to reassure you of the Trust’s commitment to the safety and wellbeing of all engaged in our learning community as well as our wider duty to prevent further spread of the virus.  

Our intention is to continue to run as many courses as possible over the coming months by transferring to online and remote delivery and are working hard to explore suitable options for each course. Some courses, or elements of them, may need to be rescheduled, whilst others may be provided in an alternative format.

Course pages will be updated at the earliest opportunity and we thank you for your patience.

View our CPD course frequently asked questions for COVID-related enquiries. 

Please contact us at cpdevents@tavi-port.ac.uk if you have any questions that haven't been answered on our FAQs page.

COVID Frequently asked questions for CPD courses

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