Service Disruption: Coronavirus
Following the latest government guidance, we are now moving from face-to-face learning to online and flexible distance learning. Therefore classes will not take place at BAES Centres after 3pm on Friday 20th March and centres will be temporarily closed to learners.
However, your class will continue online. Your teacher will contact you shortly and explain how you can access learning resources and how you will be supported. These are some of the measures that your teacher will use to support you:
1. Your tutor will contact you by email to tell you how to access online learning for your course and other ways that materials will be provided
2. Your teacher will also email you class materials and presentations where an online option is not available to you or is not the best way to conduct your lessons
3. You can contact your teacher via email for any questions you have
4. If you have problems accessing materials online and if you don’t have access to the internet, teachers are preparing study packs that will be sent out to you.
Please wait for your teacher to contact you next week with the exact information on how you will access your learning. If your teacher does not contact you early next week and you have a question, in the first instance call your centre or email us on email@example.com and we will try our best to sort out any issues.
Keep in touch: Our websites and social media accounts will be updated regularly and we will also post any important messages we have there.
Principal/Head of Service
Birmingham Adult Education Service (BAES)