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With vaccination rates reaching target levels across the country and the ensuing easing of restrictions, DDLS is pleased to announce a return to face-to-face training. A schedule of public classroom training will be made available over the coming weeks and on-demand classroom courses will also be made available to organisations who request this. In addition to the face-to-face training, DDLS will continue to offer comprehensive Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) until further notice.

The health, safety and wellbeing of our students, employees and visitors is our top priority. To ensure our campuses are safe and comply with local public health orders and state government advice, we have developed COVID-19 Safety Plans for each campus which include modifications to our on-campus course delivery in order to adhere to social distancing and hygiene regulations.

State-by-State Status

NSW – Sydney Campus

Our Sydney campus is open to fully vaccinated individuals. Masks must be worn in most areas while on the Sydney campus.

COVID Safe check-ins will be carried out using the Service NSW QR Code and all individuals will be required to provide proof of vaccination upon arrival. View the Sydney COVID Safety Plan.

For the latest COVID-19 restrictions in NSW click here.

Victoria – Melbourne Campus

Our Melbourne campus is open to fully vaccinated individuals. Masks must be worn at all times while on the Melbourne campus.

COVID Safe check-ins will be carried out using the Service Victoria QR Code and all individuals will be required to provide proof of vaccination upon arrival. View the Melbourne COVID Safety Plan.

For the latest COVID-19 restrictions in Victoria click here.

ACT – Canberra Campus

Students can attend the Canberra campus, however learning must comply with density restrictions of one person per four square metres. Those visiting the Canberra campus will be required to check-in upon arrival via the QR code using the CBR app. Masks must be worn at all times while on the Canberra campus. View the Canberra COVID Safety Plan.

For the latest COVID-19 restrictions in ACT click here.

Queensland – Brisbane Campus

The DDLS Brisbane campus is currently operating as normal. Those visiting the Brisbane campus will be required to check-in upon arrival via the QR code using the Check In Qld App. Students are required to wear a mask on campus at all times in line with Queensland Government regulations (excluding eating and drinking) - effective from 2nd January 2022. View the Brisbane COVID Safety Plan.

For the latest COVID-19 restrictions in Queensland click here.

Western Australia – Perth Campus

The DDLS Perth campus is currently operating as normal. Those visiting the Perth campus will be required to check-in upon arrival via the QR code using the SafeWA app or via the manual check-in sheet at reception. View the Perth COVID Safety Plan.

For the latest COVID-19 restrictions in Western Australia click here.

South Australia – Adelaide Campus

The DDLS Adelaide campus is currently operating as normal. Those visiting the Adelaide campus will be required to check-in upon arrival via the QR code using the COVID SAfe Check-In App or via the manual check-in sheet at reception. View the Adelaide COVID Safety Plan.

For the latest COVID-19 restrictions in South Australia click here.

General On-Campus Safety Measures

We continue to follow local state and territory health advice for our on-campus safety measures (view each campus COVID Safety plan for more details). Below are safety measures in place across all campuses:

  • All DDLS facilities meet the local state and territory health guidelines

  • An increased number of hand sanitiser stations have been placed around each campus and rubbish bins are provided in each classroom

  • We will continue with our increased cleaning regimen across all campus facilities

  • We are not currently providing catered lunches at any of our campuses. We will provide lunch food vouchers if suitable at nearby food venues. Refreshments including tea and coffee will continue to be available.

  • Breaks have been staggered to minimise people in communal hospitality areas

  • We have placed additional signage around each campus to remind students and employees on social distancing and hygiene best practice

As per the government’s current guidelines and for the safety of all visitors and staff we ask:

  • If you are displaying any flu-like symptoms – no matter how mild – we ask that you do not attend classes at any DDLS campus

  • If you have been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19, we ask that you do not attend a DDLS campus for 14 days from the date of last contact with the confirmed case

  • If you have been overseas, we ask that you do not attend a DDLS campus for 14 days from the date of arrival in Australia

  • If any of these scenarios apply, you may still attend the course via our virtual remote offering where available



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