Covid-19 Essential Information

We will be updating this page regularly with any changes to our policy, terms or essential information. By attending a training event you agree to have read the terms below. Please feel free to ask us any questions.



By reserving a training place you agree to:

  • Only come if you are feeling healthy and well, and have not been experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19
  • Only come if you do not have someone vulnerable in your household or social bubble (the group of people with whom you have close physical contact)
  • Only come if you do not have someone who is isolating in your household or social bubble
  • Allow your contact details to be held by JourneymanUK for 21 days for the purpose of COVID-19 Track and Trace
  • Abide by Government guidelines current at the time of the event with regards to public behaviour around COVID-19 (social distancing etc)
  • Not bring or consume alcohol or illegal drugs on site
  • If you have experienced any COVID Symptoms you should self isolate for 10 days


  • What guidelines are you following?

Our trainings are necessary for JourneymanUK to perform its function of growing communities to mentor young men.

We are following the FAQs & Government Guidelines (see section 2.9):

“…you can continue to meet in larger groups if necessary for work, voluntary or charitable services, education, childcare or training…”

Coronavirus outbreak FAQs: what you can and can’t do
Updated 13 August 2020

  • Will there be social distancing at this training?

Yes there will be. The transmission of COVID-19 can be airborne which is why the Government has provided social distancing guidelines. Being aware of and maintaining proper social distancing throughout the event is a crucial aspect of keeping the us all safe. Please keep 2m+ apart from other people throughout the event (aside from those in your social bubble).

  • What is your policy on face-masks?

We are requesting that the people wear face masks if engaged in any activity related to movement and in close proximity to other individuals (less than 2m). Please carry your face mask with you at all times.

  • What is the process of arrival on site?

When you arrive, you will be directed toward check-in, payment and details will be checked. You will then be directed to park and then guided to the campsite to set up your camping area.

  • Can I sing?

Government policy has advised limiting singing and shouting where possible, so please be respectful of others in your actions

  • How will food be served?

You will be responsible for your own food. There will be some snacks and water with disposable and compostable packaging but please do think about bringing all this yourself. There is the option of a takeaway meal on the Saturday night

  • Should I bring cash onsite?

We prefer the use of electronic payments to avoid the need for passing money and we encourage transfers (Paypal/Monzo etc.) where possible.

  • How will I set up my campsite?

Please ensure that you are at least 3m in every direction away from any other tent or live-in vehicle. If in doubt please ask the campsite steward.

  • How close to others am I allowed to queue?

Please ensure that you are at least 2m away from anyone else in any queue (aside from those in your social bubble).

  • What is your policy on Track and Trace?

We are required to hold your contact data for 21 days for the purposes of the Government Track and Trace team being able to isolate any outbreak. All data will be held within GDPR and Government guidelines. If you are contacted by the Track and Trace team, you may be asked who you spent time with during the event, so please bear that in mind.

  • Will it be easy for me to wash my hands?

Yes, you will have ready access to hand sanitizer and hand-washing.

  • I am high risk, can I come?

Unfortunately, we cannot admit anyone who is high risk. For the definition of high risk please go to:

  • I live with someone who is high risk, can I come?

If you live with someone who is high risk we recommend that you don’t come.

  • I have been feeling ill and have Covid symptons, should I come?

Please do not come if you are experiencing symptoms. We recommend that you get a COVID-19 test immediately instead.

  • I live with someone who is feeling ill, should I come?

COVID-19 is a highly transmissible illness, please don’t risk bringing it if someone close to you, in your household, or who you have spent time with has symptoms

  • How should I travel?

Please try not to come by public transport. It will be much better if you drive or cycle. If you do need to take public transport please ensure social distancing and wear a face mask.

  • If I feel ill with COVID symptoms during the training what should I do?

If you have COVID-19 symptoms please go to our COVID isolation area to be assessed – you may have to go home and isolate.