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Safety Protocols

Here are Taylor Pro College protocols to ensure your safety during Covid-19.
Accessing the Campus Safely
To ensure that we do our part to reduce the risk of spreading the virus, we are asking our students to complete the following tasks:
Before arriving on campus
If any student, faculty, or staff answers yes in any of the items on our daily questionnaire or self-assessment review will be provided information on how to contact 8-1-1. In some cases, one may be required to speak to a medical provider for further health advice.
Taylor Pro College is working with local health care providers and student health services to ensure that faculty, staff, and students have easy access to COVID-19 testing. We will be obtaining advice from the local public health authority around managing cases of COVID-19 in our institution.
Arriving on Campus
If you have any question, please email our Covid-19 safety team at
covid-19helpdesk@taylorprotraining.com or call our campus.
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Advisory Update
To: Private EQA Designated Post Secondary Institutions

November 2020


Yesterday BC’s Provincial Health Officer (PHO) ordered new province-wide restrictions to reduce the transmission of COVID-19. Some of these restrictions previously applied to the Fraser Health and Vancouver Coastal Regions only. As of November 19, 2020, they apply to the entire province. Below is a summary.


Masks are required in all indoor public settings and workplaces

  • This applies to common areas where people circulate freely, such as hallways, stairwells, elevators, etc. but not to restricted areas such as enclosed office spaces where physical distancing can be maintained.
  • The mask requirement does not apply to people unable to wear a mask or put on or remove a mask on their own.


Social gatherings

  • No gatherings of any size with anyone other than your household or core bubble. This applies to both indoor and outdoor spaces.
  • A person who lives alone may have up to two other people visit if they are people with whom the person regularly interacts.



All events and gatherings as defined in the PHO Gatherings and Events Order are suspended until further notice.


  • This does not apply to educational activities offered by post-secondary institutions to deliver and/or support student learning and development.
  • Please see page 15 of the COVID-19 Go-Forward Guidelines for BC’s Post-Secondary Sector for more information on educational activities.
  • Events such as convocation ceremonies are not considered educational activities.


Athletic Activities

  • Please review the Athletic Activities section of the new province-wide restrictions.
  • The following high-risk indoor group physical activities must be suspended:
    ° Spin classes
    ° Hot yoga
    ° High-intensity interval training
  • Gyms and recreation facilities that offer individual workouts and personal training sessions can remain open as long as they have a COVID-19 Safety Plan that is strictly followed.
  • Games, competitions and practices can continue with no spectators and no travel.



  • All non-essential travel should be avoided. This includes travel into and out of B.C. and between regions of the province.
  • Essential travel within BC includes:
    ° Regular travel for work within your region
    ° Travel for medical appointments and hospital visits

Thank you for the important role you play in supporting the provincial COVID-19 response. Please share this update broadly within your respective institutions.


COVID-19 Resources

Education Quality Assurance Corporate Planning, International and Quality Assurance Branch, Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training
3rd Floor, 835 Humboldt St. P.O Box 9157 Stn Prov Govt Victoria BC V8W 9H2
Email: EQA@gov.bc.ca | Telephone: (778) 698-9830