SWGC Welcomes Report 191 N6 and N3 Students Back to Campus
Amidst the Covid 19 pandemic, South West Gauteng TVET College (SWGC) heeded the call by the Higher Education’s Minister Dr Blade Ndzimande to reopen institutions of higher learning in order to save the academic year.
SWGC today reopened its doors to the first group of returning Report 191 N6 and N3 students who came back after a two month break due to the Corona virus pandemic.Upon their arrival, students were met by campus staff together with the Student Representative Council (SRC) members, who ensured that students observe social distancing at all times and that they have masks on.
A process of screening for any symptoms of the virus was conducted by taking temperature readings and questions asked before students advanced to their classrooms where they were welcomed and inducted by the lecturers, on the protocols and procedures of curbing the spread of the Covid 19 virus and they received their protective personal equipment.As part of the protocols, students with a temperature reading of 380C and above will be escorted to the campus isolation unit (room) where they will be rescreened again after 5 – 10 minutes. If the second reading has dropped below 380C the student will then be sent to class however if the second reading is still above 380C, the student will then be handed over to Health officials who will then take over