NZSAF Management is committed to ensuring the well-being and safety of our students, faculty, and staff. In response to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in New Zealand and the rest of the world, we have created this space for our community to access the latest news and updates regarding the outbreak.
This page will be updated with the most recent community-wide messages as they are announced by the government. If you have any questions about the COVID-19 situation, please feel free to contact the Student Welfare Officer, NZSAF staff or Management.
If you or anyone you know develops any symptoms please contact the Healthline (0800 358 5453) right away and update the Student Welfare Officer.
UPDATE - 24/03/2020
Yesterday, the Prime Minister announced - We are currently in Alert Level 3 of COVID 19 and Alert Level 4 (complete shutdown) begins from Wednesday this week (i.e., tomorrow) for four weeks, during this time NZSAF classes will not run for the certificate and diploma level students but we will continue online lectures for the Bachelors' students. We will keep our students posted the situation. Below are some highlights from NZSAF management -
In light of the current situation, NZSAF is bringing the school holidays forward.
The Bachelors in Jewellery Design and Technology classes will continue online through Microsoft Teams. Students must check their emails for details.
All our campuses (Epsom, New Lynn and Manukau) will be completely shut down and will not be accessible to anyone.
All classes will be rescheduled after the lockdown is over. We will not let this Pandemic compromise on the quality of education we provide to our students.
Students must check their emails regularly for updates from the school.
For any queries or information regarding the situation, please feel free to contact the Student Welfare Officers, staff or management. For regular updates, please check our social media pages and website (updates section)
We remain committed to supporting our students as best as we can, in these unprecedented times. Further information will be made available on a regular basis via our website’s updates section.
Stay safe and please take all measure to keep the people around you safe.