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Centriq Training and COVID-19

How we are operating virtually today

With the health and safety of our students and our employee team being of utmost importance – and in compliance with government directives—Centriq Training has remained fully operational by transitioning our entire operation to a “Work from Home” workforce. All classes, all operations and all sales functions at Centriq are temporarily 100% virtual (or remote). In fact, all our classes have been Live Virtual Training since March 9. This has enabled Centriq to continue to deliver uninterrupted training to our students. This applies to both our Corporate Training division and our IT Career Training division.

Our Plans for May 2020 and beyond

In planning our timeline for the transition from virtual class delivery (and our virtual workforce) to reintroducing staff and students onsite, Centriq leadership continues to monitor and review information from multiple government, news and health-related organizations regarding COVID-19. We are working towards a phased approach as recommended by the CDC and the White House.

With the KCMO stay-at-home order expiring on May 15, we expect to move into at least two weeks of “Phase One” as outlined on the White House plan. Under Phase One, education facilities remain closed and schools may operate as “virtual only”. In St. Louis, the stay-at-home order is in effect at least through May 15 (even though the State of Missouri stay-at-home order ends May 4). Considering these factors, Centriq has determined it will continue to operate 100% virtually at both the St. Louis and the Kansas City campuses for the entire month of May.

During May, Centriq is developing plans for the phased return of onsite operations. As our government monitors and confirms gating criteria and moves us to Phases 2 and 3, we will have the opportunity to strategically transition individuals to our physical facility using the issued guidelines. The top priority is the safety of our students and staff and we are hopeful that this will help mitigate any health and safety concerns. We will continue to post updates as further decisions are made. Thank you for your continued understanding and patience during this difficult time.

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