CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) RESPONSE NOTICE
IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATE: OCTOBER 21, 2021
Courses have resumed with COVID-19 protocols in place. If you have any questions regarding vaccination and passports, please contact us directly for further information.
Any students that have had classes postponed will receive first choice on any new course date. Please contact us for confirmation on rescheduling of courses.
IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATE: JULY 21, 2021
The CFO has lifted restrictions and have allowed all courses to resume.
We will be scheduling all reserved students to new classes starting July 31 onwards. Students will be notified by email or phone and will be offered classes based on there reservation sign up date.
We will be offering weekend and weekday courses continually until year end to accommodate all students and we are working diligently to satisfy everyone. We know you are anxious to complete your firearms safety training course and we are as excited and anxious as you to get back on track after the shut down. Please be patient we will will be in contact with you over the next few weeks, thank you.
Note: We are are aware that COVID-19 has been difficult for all of us. However, that does not mean you can take out your frustration on the governments handling of the pandemic on us. Disrespectful, rude, and abusive behaviour; will NOT be tolerated. Please be respectful to to each other, thank you.
IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATE: JULY 1, 2021
All courses are currently suspended pending CFO approval to resume.
The CFO will follow the Public Health recommendations released Roadmap to Reopen. Based on the guiding principles for each Step of the Roadmap, courses will resume when we enter Step Three. We expect to enter Step One of the Roadmap on June 14, 2021 and we will remain at each step for at least 21 days to evaluate any impacts on key public health and health system indicators.
This means we anticipate the suspension of all courses to at least July 26, 2021. We will resume courses once regions re-open after Stage 3 and the CFO approves indoor training activities. (While some health and safety training is authorized for certain workplaces and other organizations, the CFSC and CRFSC are not considered essential training. Our safety education courses are not indoor gatherings, nor are they organized public events. Due to the nature of the training provided, and the training standards approved by the CFO, outdoor training is not an appropriate or an approved venue for the CFSC/CRFSC programs).
We will be contacting each student to reschedule. All participants from our postponed courses from November 2020, and January-July 2021 will be offered VIP placements in upcoming listed courses and will be notified. VIP reserved students will follow shortly thereafter.
Please check back frequently or follow our social media (Twitter, Facebook) for updates.
Each registrant will be required to complete a health questionnaire and agree to abide to certain mandatory directives in order to participate in classes, as part of the COVID-19 response.
Your health information is kept private and is only for the purpose of screening whether or not you will be permitted to take part in the course, or be required to wait until a later course (for example, if you have symptoms of illness). The mandatory requirements will be spelled out clearly in the materials provided, but general include a requirement to wear an approved mask and use approved disinfectants/sanitizers.
Should a student in your course later test positive for COVID-19, we will be required to give your contact information to the Public Health authorities if requested so that they may contact you and advise you of the next steps. Similarly, if you later test positive for COVID-19, we are required to pass along the contact details of the other students in your class. Again, your health information is kept private, and Public Health units are responsible for notifications.
Class sizes have been reduced in order to allow for 2m spacing between students during lectures, and where possible, during firearm handling. Masks and hand sanitizing is mandatory because during firearms practical handling, if is not possible to maintain 2m spacing between students and the instructor.
Frequently touched surfaces such as tables and chairs will be cleaned frequently, and training firearms will be cleaned thoroughly between handling sessions.
The student handbook is optional and may ordered at a cost of ($21.00) from www.FSESO.org or use an electronic version; available free of charge from our website under Documents-Forms – Ronin Sports. Reading the Student Handbook is optional, however highly recommended prior to taking the course.
As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at Info@roninsports.com. Thank you and we look forward to having you in our course!