COVID-19 Updates

Future Skills is currently closed following the COVID-19 Alert Level 3 directive from the Government. We are closely monitoring the situation and updating students and staff as new information comes to light.


The NZ government announced earlier this week that Auckland will revert to a modified Alert Level 2 at 11.59pm on Sunday 30 August (although this was subject to change if circumstances worsened). The Senior Management team have considered the issues involved and have decided to have a phased approach to returning to campus and that it is best if our students wait until Monday 7 September before returning fully to campus.

We will continue with online learning and the campuses will remain closed until at least Monday 7 September. We will issue a further communication later next week once the situation becomes clearer.

In the meantime, stay in touch with your Tutor/Lecturer and look after yourself and your family.

Information for current students

COVID-19 update - 27 August

COVID-19 update - 24 August

COVID-19 update - 11 August

COVID-19 update - 22 April

COVID-19 update - 20 April

COVID-19: Tertiary student support package announcement

COVID-19 update - 6 April

COVID-19 update - 2 April

COVID-19 update - 30 March

COVID-19 update - 23 March

COVID-19 update - 19 March

Information for in-employment students (Building Surveying)

COVID-19 update - 20 April

COVID-19 update - 7 April

COVID-19 update - 6 April

COVID-19 update - 2 April

COVID-19 update - 1 April

COVID-19 update - 30 March

COVID-19 update - 23 March

COVID-19 update - 19 March

Information for staff

COVID-19 update for staff - 11 August

COVID-19 update for staff - 12 August

COVID-19 update for staff - 20 April

COVID-19 update for staff - 30 March 

COVID-19 update for staff (work from home guidelines) - 24 March

COVID-19 update for staff - 23 March 

COVID-19 bulletin for tertiary providers – 20 March

Important links

Ministry of Health

COVID-19 Government website

Coronavirus Diagram SML v2

What can I do to protect myself and others?   

- Wash hands thoroughly (at least 20 seconds) with soap and water, or a hand sanitiser.  

- Cough and sneeze into your elbow or a tissue (rather than onto your hands), and then put the used tissue straight into the rubbish and wash your hands.  

- Avoid close contact with anyone who has a fever or cough.  

- If you live in a flat, let your flatmates know you are unwell.