WIN CAMPUS RE-OPENING ON TUESDAYS - WEDNESDAYS DURING COVID-19
(FROM SEMESTER ONE 2022)
While we are aware that the NSW Government is easing restrictions as regards COVID-19, WIN Higher Education is also aware that as a business we have an obligation to ensure that the safety and wellbeing of students and staff are maintained. The increasing number of cases of COVID-19 sub-variants is evidence that we cannot be complacent in relaxing safety mandates and need to continue with some COVID 19 protocols on campus.
Please note that the campus is considered an indoor setting that may allow transmission of COVID-19.
Wearing of Masks on Campus
Wearing of masks is not mandatory BUT highly recommended in order to protect your health as well as the health of your classmates, lecturers, and administrative staff. Classrooms and other areas at WIN Higher Education building are considered an indoor setting. Masks are available at the Level 1 front counter.
Students and staff must be double vaccinated and are strongly encouraged to receive their booster shot unless you have medical exemption and are able to show evidence of vaccine exemption. WIN Higher Education has a duty of care to all its students, staff, and stakeholders. According to NSW Health, a fully vaccinated individual has greater protection against the virus preventing or minimising risk of severe illness as a result of COVID-19.
Handwashing, physical distancing, hand sanitiser and other safety measures are in place at WIN Higher Education campus.
All WIN lecturers and staff are continuing their commitment in supporting your study with all aspects remotely and maintaining its quality assurance and academic integrity processes.
For Academic Support, contact your lecturer via the subject Discussion Forum or, if a private matter, via their WIN email. Make sure you send your emails via your own WIN email or they may go into Spam or Trash.
For IT Technical Support, contact [email protected]
For specific Zoom support, contact chris.o’[email protected]
For any general enquires, contact [email protected]
Please take all necessary precautions and stay well for this period. It is important that you keep WIN informed of any changes in your health status during this critical period. WIN is closely monitoring Australian Government and health authorities advice and will keep you updated of any changes.
We wish you well and trust that you will keep safe during Covid-19. We also hope that you enjoy online learning and make use of the supportive services available to you. We understand the pressures that you are experiencing but feel confident that together we can achieve successful outcomes.
Dr. Keri Spooner
Dean, Wentworth Institute of Higher Education
COVID-19 Community Support for International Students
1. NRNA Australia (Non-Resident Nepali Association)
Contact Number: Nanda Gurung- 0423 745 574
Help desk: 1800 954 540
Email address: [email protected]
NRNA helpdesk is facing technical difficulties. For COVID related queries, please directly contact Nanda Gurung.
2. Hindu Council Of Australia
Contact Hindu Council of Australia for free groceries. Please contact as text message only at 0425290316
3. Khalsa Aid (INGO based upon Sikh principle of “Recognize the whole human race as one”)
Email: [email protected]
Contact: 0044 (0) 1753 567 457
4. Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchenette Sydney -GNFK Sydney
Contact email: [email protected] for free food and groceries
5. Helping Hands 4 students/Migrants
6.Emergency food relief service for international students from OzHarvest Hamper Hubs
If anyone out there feels left out without help and needs any kind of help please contact Mandy Kang through messages on 0452398299 (strictly only messages please). They will definitely give a response though it may not be an instant response.