Measures adopted by the University - last updates
Dear colleagues and students,
Further to the decree of the President of the Regional Council of Piemonte which provides for the application of measures against the spread of Covid-19 for “orange zones” and in consideration of CORECO guidelines (222.64 kB), I am pleased to announce you that in-person classes and activities will resume starting from Monday 19th April.
The calendar of classes has not changed and is available at https://www.swas.polito.it/dotnet/orari_lezione_pub/ . Students can also check it from their personal page of the Teaching Portal.
Students are allowed to attend in-person classes upon reservation only. The Booking Tool to reserve a place in the classroom is available on each student’s personal page – “My academic progress” tab.
I remind you that you should always respect the measures for the containment of the spread of COVID-19, available at https://www.coronavirus.polito.it/en/
I hope you can enjoy your classes.
Dear colleagues and students,
following the previous communication on the same subject, I would like to inform you that yesterday afternoon CORECO committee approved the new Guidelines (see in attachment) on the activities to be carried out at Piedmont universities, in accordance with the Decree no. 33 of 5 March of the President of the Regional Council of Piedmont, in force from 7 to 20 March 2021.
Coreco 6 marzo (302.87 kB), while suspending in person teaching/learning and curricular activities at universities and higher education institutions, has agreed to meet again by the end of next week to assess the epidemiological situation in order to plan any resumption of in person teaching activities for Bachelor’s first year students.
As a result of these provisions, we have updated the framework of our University’s main activities that may carried out with the related measures and details, as shown in the file Attività 8 marzo (22.75 kB), also available on the website at www.coronavirus.polito.it.
With regard to experiential curricular laboratory activities, in the coming days, with the support of the Collegi dei Corsi di Studi, we will identify the specific activities that will continue to be held at Polito premises. Pending such clarifications, these activities are suspended.
Teaching staff will be allowed to attend our university facilities (offices and computer labs), even for remote teaching activities, according to the procedures for accessing Politecnico premises and in compliance with all measures for the prevention of contagion in force.
As for the technical, administrative, technician and librarian staff (PTAB,) a specific memorandum of understanding on the "guidelines for carrying out working activities for PTAB staff at Politecnico di Torino - Orange Zone" was defined yesterday between our University delegation for trade unions relations and the the trade unions representatives: it will be sent out soon by the Director-General to all PTAB staff.
We are sure that we will be able to proactively tackle this further challenge,