St Helens Chamber Advice and Guidance: Coronavirus: Covid-19 Events and Training

17 Mar 2020

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Our priority at our events and when delivering training will always be the health and safety of our attendees and employees.

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and for the safety of both Chamber employees and members of the public, the Chamber’s buildings (including Clickworks, The Chamber Hair & Beauty Training Academy, The Chamber Construction Training Centre and their Liverpool office at Merseyside Youth Association) are now closed to the public. There is a skeleton staff in place at our Head Office for emergencies, and most services are still available with staff continuing to work to support local businesses and people remotely.

As a result all seminars, events, and training that require the use of shared equipment and spaces have been cancelled, as far as the end of May. We will review activity scheduled to take place in June closer to the time. All decisions are being communicated directly to registered attendees and via our social media channels.

While we Chamber aren’t able to deliver physical events and training at the moment, we have developed a series of online events and webinars, and are continuing to deliver much of our training offer remotely. You can find details and register for webinars and online events and short courses here.

You can keep up to date with the Government’s latest advice, and NHS information on the virus and how to protect yourself here.

You can find official advice and guidance at:

If you or someone you know is struggling with their mental health at present there is also advice on the NHS website

We understand that the situation is changing all of the time, and we are monitoring the situation on your behalf. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact: or, or any Chamber colleagues.