Lead College is closely monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on the health, safety, and welfare of our students and staff, following the latest advice issued by the Australian Government and the Department of Health.The college has temporarily suspended all on–campus teaching and transitioning to an Online Learning Platform.
This page will be kept up to date with the latest advice and information.
By Jaya Kumar CEO
Lead College is fully committed to the safety and
well-being of our students, staff and the wider community.
We would like to reassure all our students that we have implemented and recommended safety precautions across all our campuses based on the advice of the Australian Government and the Department of Health. For everyone’s safety and well-being, please abide by the Coronavirus Implementation Plan.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, we’d like to take this opportunity to reassure our students and other stakeholders that we will continue to operate with all due positivity and diligence during this challenging time.
However, in the wake of the current situation regarding COVID-19 and the Lead College Management has decided to deliver the classes via online learning option through our Moodle platform beginning Term 2.
Being mindful of the need of our students and our faculty and staff to plan, to protect our faculty and staff, who make this place run, Lead College has made the following changes:
- Online delivery of classes
- Availability of trainers and staff on emails and phone
- Online orientation process
- The enrolment process for onshore and offshore students
The decision has been made to ensure the college remains aligned with the advice of the State and Federal health authorities and meets current social distancing guidelines.
Stay well and keep us informed of any change in relation to your health, study and visa status.
For further information;
Please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected]
so we can assist you.
Keep checking the following links for the
most up to date information on coronavirus:
Term Break Extension
April 1, 2020
During this difficult and unprecedented time, our utmost priority is the safety and well-being of our students, staff, and community. In light of the current scenario, the Lead College Management has decided to extend the term break for next two weeks.
The College will open for Term 2 on 20th April 2020. Your timetable will be emailed to you prior to your class start. However, in the wake of the current pandemic and keeping in mind the safety of our students and staff, the term start date is subject to change, if required and mandated by the Australian Government.
We will keep you posted for any future information and notices regarding online learning policy and procedures.
Due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Lead College has made the decision to move to Online-only learning until future notice. The decision was made in cosideration of protecting the health and safety of out studens and employees while maintaining academic continuity.
During this period, student services will be available on-line and by phone, including the ability to register for future intakes.
If need assisstance please do not hesitate to contact [email protected] as we all work together to rise to this unique challenge.
Additional information will be available soon.
Moving Courses Online
March 20, 2020