Haag Education Statement on Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Haag Education continues to monitor recommendations regarding COVID-19 protocols from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), along with all local, state, and federal government requirements and guidelines where we do business.
Haag Education is planning to resume classroom courses starting in September 2021, in locations deemed safe and with safety precautions in place.
We want to provide you, our clients, with flexibility during these uncertain times, so we’ve modified our transfer/cancellation policy as follows:
Haag Education will strictly follow all guidelines outlined by the CDC, state, and local health agencies to protect the safety of you, our class attendees, and our staff.
Requirements may include:
If you are unable or unwilling to follow the safety guidelines listed above, we ask that you take advantage of our online options instead. If you prefer to transfer to an online class, you will be eligible for a transfer to on demand or webinar alternatives but may not be eligible for a refund.
If you are feeling unwell, please do not attend an in-person class. If your temperature registers 100.4 degrees F or higher, we will ask that you transfer to an on-demand, webinar, or future in-person course with no transfer fee.
Your safety and the safety of fellow attendees and staff is Haag Education’s top priority when conducting in-person training. If you have questions regarding class policies, please email email@example.com.
We look forward to welcoming you safely to an in-person Haag Education course this fall. As always, if you do not feel comfortable with classroom training, Haag Education does offer many live webinars and on-demand training at www.haageducation.com.
Ryan D. Holdhusen
Haag Education Co.