Coronavirus Update (COVID-19)

You are also required to self-isolate if you have been diagnosed with the COVID-19 or if you have had close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 infection.

Updated  20/10/2021

All face to face courses will be scheduled to commence next week from Monday 11th October. Courses to be published on website for bookings soon.

New check-in requirements for entry into a BarMax Course.

  • Proof of double vaccination required for all students (see below)
  • COVID-Safe check-ins at venues.
  • Masks are required at all times unless eating or drinking.

Click below for more information on how to prove your vaccination history upon entry to our venues and staff.

 

Vaccination Information

  • Latest rules and restrictions for Greater Sydney – Click Here
  • Latest list of Covid 19 case Locations in NSWClick here 

Wollongong – Courses commencing week starting 18th October Click here for Wollongong Dates & Times

LiverpoolCourses commencing week starting 25th October  Click here for Dates & Times

Central Coast – Courses commencing week starting 11th October Click here for Central Coast Dates & Times

Newcastle – Courses commencing week starting 18th October  Click here for Newcastle Dates & Times

RSA Online –  (https://barmax.com.au/online-courses/) We strongly encourage students looking for an RSA course to enrol in our RSA online. This is a very well structured course and receives very positive reviews  from our graduate students. (see our facebook page) Reminder these can be booked and started within 10 minutes.

RCG Virtual Classroom – Not to be confused with an Online courses, the Virtual RCG Classroom is trainer led and approved for delivery by L&GNSW. For this course you will be online all day with our trainer as they deliver the course. (More info)

RCG Online – Currently RCG Online is not approved for delivery by any provider in NSW and you must attend a classroom or Virtual classroom course.

 

As new advice comes to hand from the Australian Government BarMax will update and make decisions accordingly.

Further to this BarMax have reduced class sizes to allow for ‘Social distancing’ within classroom.

Hand sanitiser is available.

For the latest updates please call 0292114110 (option 1)

Take personal action to reduce exposures and stay healthy

The most important action is to practice good hand hygiene.

Take the following steps to reduce your exposure and chances of getting ill with COVID-19:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitiser with at least 60 per cent alcohol.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, throw soiled tissues in the bin and clean your hands with soap and water or sanitiser. If you don’t have a tissue, cover your sneeze or cough with your elbow.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces each day.
  • Stay home if you are sick and don’t expose others. If you are unwell with flu-like symptoms, do not go outside your property or home, do not go to work, school or shops unless it is essential.
    • Get a flu shot when it becomes available.
    • Talk with your doctor and pharmacist about getting an emergency supply of any medications being taken regularly by you or your family.
    • Stop shaking hands, hugging or kissing as a greeting.
    • Avoid crowds if possible. If not, keep the time short.
    • Avoid small gatherings in enclosed spaces, for example family celebrations.
    • Attempt to keep a distance of 1.5 metres between yourself and other people where possible.
    • Avoid visiting vulnerable people, such as those in aged care facilities or hospitals, infants, or people with compromised immune systems due to illness or medical treatment.
    • Visit shops sparingly, buy food online, consider home delivery and take-aways.
    • Use debit and credit cards instead of cash and make use of online and self-serve transactions (for example Opal cards on public transport).
    • Use public transport in off-peak periods if you can.
    • Re-consider overseas and interstate travel plans.

Reference: https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/Infectious/factsheets/Pages/social-distancing.aspx