On March 13th, the ministry of Education in Malta announced a complete suspension of all educational establishments extended until mid April, with the aim to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Malta.
In response and in light of such circumstances, we are providing the following coverage for COVID-19 under our extenuating circumstances policy to help protect our learning community and provide peace of mind to all our students.
This policy is afforded to those participants whose physical or class-based activities, courses or programs got directly suspended (cancelled/postponed) until further notice due to COVID-19.
Bookings and Enrollments made on or before March 13th, 2020, for activities and courses running and/or commencing between March 13, 2020 and July 1st, 2020, and which for logistical and learning modality limitations could not be transferred online or which if taught and delivered online would have impacted the student learning experience drastically are covered by this policy.
Credit Eligibility. Are you eligible?
A) Courses and activities directly impacted. These include:
All courses which due to logistical purposes could not be transferred online. These activities include ALL figure from life drawing/painting courses, events and/or programs: Classical realism, Figure Drawing and Painting and Portrait Drawing and Painting, which courses includes drawing and painting from life models.
Plein air workshops which require painting on and directly from location.
B) Other courses which may have been partially impacted. These include:
All courses, programs or activities which indicate or include a class-based preference option but which had to be transferred to online learning before commencement.
No partial credit is issued under any circumstances for courses which have already started since courses are booked as a whole. Mid course cancellations through credit or refund may deny someone on the waiting list for the course and the opportunity to attend. It may also result in whole group cancellations.