SAE COVID-19 FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions
Under the directive of the respective state governments, mandatory vaccination for students and staff is not required to attend any of our campuses.
Our top priority is student and staff health and wellbeing. We will continue to follow Federal and State authority advice and our COVIDSafe plans to ensure the protection of our community.
Please remember to notify your teacher and/or Student Services as soon as possible if you test positive for COVID-19 – importantly if you have been on campus two days prior to testing positive. By communicating this with us, we can maximise the health and safety of our campus community.
SAE is closely monitoring each of its Australian campuses. If there is a confirmed case of a student or staff member with COVID-19, the SAE student and teaching community will be informed as a priority. If you have been identified as a potential close contact of the positive case, then you will be contacted personally and provided with directions, in line with health department advice.
Assessment processes will remain the same. For modules that use holistic assessment, please ensure that you continue to participate in class, work on your projects and maintain your learning journals (if required for your module). SAE Faculty have been provided guidance on how to ensure we are making appropriate changes to assessment in order to address any challenges you or your peers face. Your facilitator will let you know in advance if any assessment changes are required, to maximise your progression and success in your course.