[COVID-19]: closure of the 3 campuses of Collège Éducacentre to the public
While we are all closely following the latest updates from public health officials regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, here in Canada and around the world, we would like to update you on the steps we are taking to support our employees, our students, our customers and our partners. We are doing everything we can to keep everyone safe and contribute to global efforts to limit the spread of the virus.
Closure of the three campuses of Collège Éducacentre to the public: from Thursday March 19, 2020 and until further notice, all campuses of Collège Éducacentre will be closed to the public. Despite the physical closure of the campuses, the College team will continue its operations and services. Please read the following instructions and information carefully:
Maintenance of services: until further notice,
1. Employees work from home. All have access to the most urgent files electronically.
2. All employees can be reached electronically. Leave a phone number if you want to be called back.
3. You can call Collège Éducacentre at regular numbers and positions. The full list of employees is also available on our website
• Vancouver: 604 708-5100
• Surrey: 778 565-6690
• Victoria: 250 382-1310
College courses offered online: College courses offered online continue without disruption. Only internships or courses requiring practical activities such as observations, interviews or visits can be temporarily stopped if the workplace is closed (schools, daycares). There is still time to register for college courses.
Continuing Education, Language courses : all of our face-to-face training is canceled or postponed until further notice. On the other hand, students who follow the in-person training and who wish to continue their training, please contact the coordinator responsible for your program in order to explore the possibility of doing the training by videoconference.
What’s next: please consult regularly our website and our social networks for updates. The coordinator responsible for your program will give you more information.
Despite the challenges, we all have a role to play in ensuring the well-being of Canadians, and people around the world. We are committed to supporting our employees, students, their families and their communities in this unprecedented situation.
Please do not hesitate to ask us for help if necessary and stay in touch with those in your communities who may be more vulnerable. At times like these, we all have to be resilient and flexible.