We are reminded that the Coronavirus remains a serious threat to health and life despite South Africa having recently moved to Level 1 in its COVID-19 strategy. Health and safety protocols must continue to be strictly adhered to if a resurgence of the disease is to be averted.
Level 1 has more students eligible to return to campus, and for most sectors of the country economy to be revived. The decreasing number of daily new infections informed this decision. On 27 September, this number of infections stood at 1 268 in South Africa. Across the world, though, a significant number of countries are experiencing a second wave of COVID-19 infections – a deadly disease for which there is still no cure or vaccine.
The impact of the pandemic required alternative plans for students to continue with their studies and Central Technical College responded by directing students to the online learning platform myClass, which is accessible through the student portal, as part of Central Technical College’s remote teaching and learning, called Go!Digital, response as previously communicated to students.
We hope you are staying healthy in these unprecedented times. As you know, the COVID-19 pandemic has altered our but like all past crises we are confident that in working together, we will overcome and prevail. As we continue with remote learning, we hope you are transitioning as smoothly as possible.
Partial Re-Opening of Campuses Under Lockdown Level 3
The purpose of this letter is to provide you with information on the partial re-opening of campuses under Lockdown Level 3.
NATED Engineering and Management Students Phased-in Return to Campuses in June 2020 during the Covid-19 pandemic
Official Communication has been issued by the DHET with regards to the NATED Engineering and Management programmes. The DHET has a phased-in process of students per faculty and per level.
We encourage you all to engage with the learning activities on myClass and to chat with your peers and your lecturers!