The National Logistics Academy

Coronavirus UPDATE

15 March 2020

Following news updates on UK cases of the virus and recent government announcements, The National Logistics Academy remains open for business and is taking all appropriate steps to safeguard visitors and staff to its offices and training facilities at all sites. We are following official UK government and Public Health England advice around personal hygiene and hand cleaning and are continuing to closely monitor developments, review our current response and will act on any further relevant advice as appropriate.


Changes to our operative practice include: 

  • Additional reception areas for sign in, to reduce the flow of people in one area at any given time
  • All staff, visitors, and learners are expected to sanitise their hands, on sign in and are provided with guidance on our measures 
  • Smaller class sizes and an increase in space between work stations 
  • Learners and staff are provided with sanitising wipes to clean down their work stations at the start and end of their working day/learning session
  • Zonal breakout areas have been introduced to prevent heavy flows of footfall in the cafe at any given time
  • Staff, visitors, and learners are asked to sanitise their hands on leaving the site to prevent any possible infections



Full official advice can be found at


Full information about the government response can be found at