| The Culture workshops will begin with a strict security protocol and a 50 percent reduction in the ratio with groups of between 6 and 10 students and splitting of groups to avoid reducing places | The workshops of the Department of Culture of dance, painting and theater will begin the course with a 50 percent reduction in the ratio and splitting of groups, which will allow maintaining the number of places offered.
The Councilor for Culture, David Martínez accompanied by the instructors of the workshops, Loli Martínez, Reme Ruiz and Judith Arteaga today presented the start of the course set for the beginning of October in person, although the blended and online modalities have been planned in the event that was necessary ”explained David Martínez.The Councilor for Culture, David Martínez expressed the commitment of the San Javier City Council with the basic culture but also with safety, so the workshops will begin with a strict protocol according to health recommendations that includes groups that will range between 6 and 10 students at most.
The general regulations include taking the temperature of students who will not be able to access with more than 37.2 degrees of body temperature.
The use of hydrogel and the mask will be mandatory throughout the class in which a safety distance of 1.5 meters will be kept.
The classrooms will be ventilated and there will be a space of 15 minutes between groups so maximum punctuality will be requested, also taking into account that the companions will not be able to access the classes.If material is required, it must be individual since it cannot be shared to reduce the possibility of contagion.Some specific measures of each workshop are added to the general protocol by their very nature.
For example, in the dance workshop the students will disinfect their footwear that they will change for their ballet shoes, entering class without coats or backpacks.
The space will be divided into grids so that the students, who must bring a mat, do not invade the space of the others and the classes will adapt to the new situation taking into account the use of the mask, explained Professor Loli Martínez.
The measures are similar in the theater workshop where this year the cinema and acting work will be specially worked in front of the camera, which will facilitate its continuity in the case of online or blended classes, said Judtih Arteaga.The paint shop offers less interaction difficulties and emphasizes the cleaning of materials at the end of class for which shifts will be established.
Reme Ruiz indicated that there will be a continuity program from the past year and another prepared for the non-face-to-face mode.The deadline for applying for a place in any of the workshops is open and will be done online by downloading the form in the culture section of the municipal website www.sanjavier.es, sending it, once completed, to the address email@example.com.
The lists of admitted will be known at the end of September.
Online processing, including payment for workshops, contributes to reducing travel and interactions as another preventive health measure, said the Councilor for Culture, David Martínez.
Source: Ayuntamiento de San Javier