Canada Re-opens Border to International StudentsJony
ThereAccording to the IRCC, Canada will allow international students to enter if they will be attending a designated learning institution (DLI) that has a provincially approved COVID-19 safety plan in place, starting Oct. 20.
At Create Career College, we are committed to keeping our students, employees, and the broader community safe and healthy. Therefore, we have been working hard to prepare for the border reopening, with a strict safety plan in place. (Currently under provincial review)
Students can check whether their school’s safety plan is approved by the provincial government at the Government of Canada’s website. Please note, if your school is not on the list, you can not travel to Canada yet. Create Career College will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.
Safety Plan at a Glance
Students and staff must stay at home if they show any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 or not feeling well.
To protect everyone from the spread of COVID-19, we are offering online courses , and our staff is working from home where possible. In fact, we ask new students or customers coming to the campus, to make specific appointments to stagger the arrivals, in order to minimize the amount of contact. In addition, we regularly clean barriers and maintain safe and sanitary conditions as much as possible.
We instructed our staff and students to maintain physical distance whenever on campus. We have placed hand sanitizer throughout the campus to encourage as much cleanliness as possible.
Create Career College require all visitors, staff, and students to wear masks prior to entering the campus. Extra masks is available on-site, if needed, for anyone who does not bring one with themselves. We regularly clean the campus area to ensure everyone’s safety.
A complete version of the COVID -19 Safety Plan is available here.