Kia ora koutou,
With grateful hearts we confirm that BTI will continue teaching on campus and online, and all intensives will go ahead, following the government announcement that Auckland will move to Alert Level 2 and the rest of New Zealand to Alert Level 1 from midnight tonight.
Please continue to play your part in keeping everyone safe by washing your hands thoroughly, signing in or scanning QR codes when out and about, and, most importantly, staying home if you're sick.
More information on the Covid-19 Alert Levels and what each Level means can be found on covid19.govt.nz
Kia ora koutou.
In light of the change in Covid-19 Alert levels last night, we want to reassure our students that we remain open under Alert Level 2. All BTI courses will continue being taught on campus in Tauranga and by distance.
As our CEO and Dean Dr Andrew Butcher says, "We have been here before, BTI has a plan and we know what to do. Much more than this: we have a great and good God, who looks after us in the grandeur and in the detail, who provides for us in everything and who reminds us that always and everywhere for this we have Jesus."
Teacher Education students:
Social Work and Practice students:
All students should continue to follow the latest guidance from the government, including:
Please continue to play your part in keeping everyone safe by washing your hands, staying home if feeling unwell, scanning QR codes when you come onto campus, and maintaining physical distancing.
We understand that this is an upsetting time and can increase anxiety levels and stress for students and whanau. Please talk to one of our staff if you have any questions or concerns, or call 1737 at any time to talk to someone.
More information on the Covid-19 Alert levels and what this means can be found on covid19.govt.nz