To ensure the safety of our teachers and students, please take some time to read our COVID-Safe plans below:
KEEPING PENRITH CON COVID-SAFE
The number of attendees per class is restricted to enrolled students only.
Any shared equipment/instruments will be wiped down with disinfecting wipes after each class. Please refrain from sharing equipment/instruments during the class.
Everyone entering the building MUST use the hand sanitiser provided before and after each class, as well as any time they enter or leave the building.
We strongly advise students against the use of public transport when travelling to Penrith Con.
It is imperative that if you are unwell or experiencing symptoms such as cough, sore throat, shortness of breath or fever, that you stay at home. Please do not enter the building if you have been overseas in the last month, if you are awaiting test results of COVID-19 or have been in close contact with a known or suspected case of COVID-19. This applies to all staff, students and parents/carers. Students will not be permitted in the class if they answer yes to any of the above screening questions each week.
Our terms and conditions of enrolment have also been updated to reflect this – in enrolling you are committing to maintaining these conditions throughout the term.
Should you at any stage this term, develop symptoms or receive a positive result for COVID-19 test, please contact Penrith Con Management immediately, and complete the Covid-19 Case Reporting form.
You can also read our full COVID Safety Plan HERE.
Penrith Conservatorium Ensembles/Group Classes - Terms and Conditions
Please read the following Terms and Conditions and contact Conservatorium Administration if you have any questions before booking.
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Payment & Enrolment
Payment of fees must be made before participants can attend course sessions.
Refunds for sessions missed by participants are not available.
Commitment & Discontinuing
Penrith Conservatorium Ensembles and Group Classes require a commitment from all participants to participate.
New participants to Penrith Conservatorium Ensembles or Group Classes are required to commit for a minimum of two weeks. If after their second week a new participant wishes to discontinue, then a refund will be given equally to the value of remaining sessions in the term. New participants who discontinue after their third week are not eligible for a refund.
Returning participants to Penrith Conservatorium Ensembles, once enrolled, are committed to attending the course for the entire term: returning participants who choose to discontinue are not entitled to refunds of payments.
Penrith Conservatorium does not offer trial or casual lessons for its ensembles as our course structure does not suit casual or drop-in attendance.
By enrolling in a Penrith Conservatorium Ensemble you:
1. Authorise staff of Penrith Performing and Visual Arts Ltd. (PP&VA) to seek out emergency medical attention for your participant in the event of an emergency;
2. Understand that Penrith Conservatorium Ensemble staff and tutors accept no responsibility for the supervision of participants outside official session times;
3. Agree to indemnify PP&VA and its staff against any personal loss, injury or damage to property that may result from participating in the course or sessions;
4. Consent to the photographing and/or recording of your participant during Penrith Conservatorium Ensemble sessions and related activities for the purposes of promoting Penrith Conservatorium now and in the future.
N.B. On the payment page, please put "1" in the "No. Seats" field.