New Community Career & Technical Institute’s Re-Opening Plan falls within the guidelines provided by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, the New Jersey Department of Labor, and New Community Corporation. NJDOL and NJDOE issued Executive Order No. 155 on July 1, 2020, permitting private career schools to provide in-person instruction as long as safety precautions are put in place prior to providing in-person instruction. NCCTI’s Re-Opening Plan covers the following areas:
NCCTI will administer daily temperature checks for all staff, students, and guests. If it’s determined that someone has a temperature above normal, they will not be allowed to remain in the facility. Students and/or staff are to stay home if they have a fever, are experiencing shortness of breath, are feeling unusually fatigued, are experiencing muscle or body aches, have a new loss of taste or smell, have a sore throat, have congestion or running nose, are vomiting, or are experiencing diarrhea.
NCCTI will ensure physical distancing guidelines are being followed. Desks, workstations, and seating arrangements are at least 6 feet apart. Students will be assigned to a work area and they are to sit in the same seat each time they are on campus. Students will be required to attend in-person instruction on alternating days, ensuring there will not be more than 8 students in class per day. NCCTI’s normal class size is 16 students.
Cloth Face Coverings
All staff, students, and guests are required to wear face coverings. No one will be allowed into any facility without cloth face coverings. NCCTI medical instructors will provide a workshop on the importance of face coverings and proper usage.
Cleaning and Disinfection
Education and Training
Collaboration with Health Officials