MITAGS East and West Coast Campuses have reopened for training! We hope you and your family have remained safe and healthy during the pandemic.
Maryland is in Phase Two and Washington State in Phase One of their COVID‐19 reopening plans. This allows for the limited reopening of certain operations, including our operations at MITAGS’ East and West Coast Campuses. Both campuses opened for training on May 31, 2020 Both campuses opened for training on May 31, 2020. The hotel at MITAGS East opened on Saturday, May 30, 2020 for those needing accommodations. For those needing accommodations in Seattle, unfortunately, the Holiday Inn is not able to accept MITAGS students for the month of June, nor will they be providing transportation to our schoolhouse for the foreseeable future. Additional accommodation options can be found on our website at https://www.mitags.org/seattle-accommodations/
Note that the risk of being infected by COVID‐19 will likely exist until a vaccine becomes readily available. However, MITAGS and the Maritime Conference Center (MCC) are developing and implementing policies and procedures to mitigate this risk to the best of our abilities. Our policies are based on the latest safety guidance from the CDC, state health departments, Coast Guard, and other regulatory authorities. Our procedures will continue to evolve to reflect new guidance and information as it becomes available.
You play a critical role in the success of these procedures by rigorously adhering to best practices for hygiene and infection control. Collectively, we are only as strong as the “weakest link in the chain.”
The links below take you to a series of policies and procedures for attending training at either MITAGS campus during this COVID‐19 health crisis, as well as a list of self‐screening questions you are required to answer.
Prior to attending any training at MITAGS, you must read the appropriate MITAGS COVID‐19 Policy, acknowledge receipt of the Policy and indicate your acceptance of the Policy by emailing the statement provided for you at the end of the documents to [email protected] or [email protected].
Students that do not return the statement electronically or otherwise provide a signed copy of the COVID‐19 Policy will be denied access to campus.
In addition, both MITAGS and the Maritime Conference Center have created COVID-19 Resource Centers that outline additional details of phase one of our re-opening plans and protocols. Please use the buttons below to access those pages.
Here are some photos taken during our first days of reopening
at both MITAGS’ campuses!