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eLearn Communicable Disease Prevention Training

As part of the requirements under the University’s Exposure Control Plan for Communicable Diseases, all employees are required to complete a self-guided Communicable Disease Prevention Training eLearn module.

Sign in: Communicable Disease Prevention Training eLearn module
Enrolment code (case sensitive): CapU

This training only needs to be completed once, so if you have new employees or members of your team who have yet to complete the eLearn, please ensure they complete the training.

Daily Self Health Check

Complete a Daily Self Health Check before coming to campus & know what to do if you get sick

Starting November 17, 2022, people who have COVID-19 are no longer required to self-isolate. However, if you feel sick or experience any COVID-19 symptoms, it's still important for you to stay home and not attend University activities in person to reduce any potential spread of illness to others.

The University is following the guidance and direction of the Provincial Health Officer and its own Exposure Control Plan for Communicable Diseases to provide guidance specifically for our campus community. 

Safety measures on campus 

Visit Campus Safety for the latest information. 

Hybrid Office Program for employees at CapU

Flexible working arrangements that support the experience of our learners and the engagement of our employees are available for admin, exempt, MoveUP and student employees. Based on operational considerations, these arrangements will play out differently in different areas. Learn more about CapU's Hybrid Office Program (HOP).

Mental health supports

Employees may be anxious or experiencing increased stress about returning to campus. Mental health supports will be critical for everyone’s health and wellbeing as part of the return to in-person activities on campus. CapU offers a variety of supports, services and opportunities to promote employee mental health. Employees can access the Mental Health Toolkit for ways to maintain positive mental health and find various supports and resources available. 

Additionally, should an employee require support, someone to talk to or assistance for a family member who is struggling at this time, CapU's Employee & Family Assistance Program through Homewood Health is available. 

For counselling and mental health tools to help students living with mental health challenges, employees can access Capacity to Connect—an open, adaptable digital training resource by BCcampus, that provides basic mental health and wellness knowledge for post-secondary faculty and staff to support students in distress. 

Technology equipment & furniture loan program

Through a centralized and coordinated process, employees may request to borrow the following equipment for the purpose of working temporarily from home:

  • laptop
  • monitor
  • keyboard/mouse
  • headset/microphone
  • chair

To submit a request, please speak with your manager who will facilitate the request with IT Services or Facilities. The care and transport of these items from campus to home is the responsibility of the individual borrower.


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