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COVID-19 Update

19 March, 2020

Face to face courses cancelled from 6 April to 31 May 2020

Due to the impact of COVID-19 and current government restrictions ChemCert has decided to cancel all face to face courses scheduled from 6 April 2020 to 31 May 2020. However, will continue to offer Online Delivery.

Students who were enrolled during this period have been contacted by the ChemCert Enrolment Centre. If you have not heard from us please let us know via email at

This has been a difficult decision to make, the safety of our students, trainers and assessors and staff are our number one priority. ChemCert will continue to monitor the developments of COVID-19 and re-evaluate face to face classes on offer on a month to month basis.

We are sorry for the inconvenience and we will keep you updated via email or you can refer to our COVID-19 Advice and FAQ’s information available on our website:


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