Re-opening Buildings Confidently During Covid-19

This course aims to address the principles and practice of ensuring your building, or meeting/activity space, is Covid-19 secure. Knowledge gained will help you to adapt to the regularly changing Government guidance, so that you can re-open buildings confidently during this time.

Who the course is for
This course is aimed at the organisers or managers of community buildings or spaces where group or indoor sport activities, meetings, training events or working practice takes place.
Course Date: Tuesday 9th March 2021
Start Time: 10.00
End Time:12.30

Course content:

This course will provide a guide to Covid-secure governance and responsibilities, including sections covering:
  • Responsibilities of building managers

  • Responsibilities of hirers/users

  • Permitted activities and user groups

  • Completing a Covid-secure Risk Assessment

  • Dealing with suspected Covid-19 cases

  • Q & A Session

Learning outcomes:

By the end of this course the learner will be confident in understanding:
  • How to meet the requirements of a Covid-secure Risk Assessment

  • Legislation and enforcement relating to use of community buildings and indoor spaces.

  • Your responsibilities for keeping Covid-secure

  • The responsibilities of other partners involved in hiring or managing community spaces


Ian Richardson is the Chief Officer of the CVS Broxbourne and East Herts (CVSBEH)
Sarah Forbes is the Community Support Manager for CVSBEH with responsibility for Covid-19 compliance and health and safety across the organisation.


£25 Hertfordshire VCS organisation staff or volunteer
£35 Hertfordshire private and statutory organisations staff or volunteers
Upon booking, you will receive information on how to arrange payment of your course fee.

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