EDClass is now from (May 2020) a separate educational business, due to EDLounge Ltd being an exclusive training provider for the Government, after being part of the flexible learning fund and educational budget. The management team, staff, standards and policies are all the same, with safeguarding still being our number one priority, alongside the provision of an innovative educational virtual, blended and flexible online classroom.
EDClass WILL remain open and continue to support your students, regardless of a second wave or local lockdown.
We have the facility for staff to return to working from home, at a moments notice, to ensure there is never a time where our support is not available to your students whilst remaining compliant with Government guidelines and The World Health Organisations recommendations to ensure our team are safe.
During lockdown we remained operational, with no break in service, as our dedicated team moved from our head office to working from home. We are all now back in the office but have become adaptable and versatile, to ensure our service to our customers is exceptional, regardless of whatever happens next with the pandemic.
We have a successful tried and tested contingency plan in place. Make EDClass part of yours!
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