Practice Rooms & Rehearsal Spaces

Spring 2021 Access to Practice Rooms & Rehearsal Spaces

The deadline has now passed. For any requests or questions, please contact the Studio Coordinator or the Music Relaunch Representative.

If your application is approved, you will receive a Proximity Card from Student Services in the following days, giving you access to the bus loop entrance.

Please follow the steps below to access Practice Rooms and Rehearsal Spaces:

STEP 1: Complete Campus Access Safety Training (on Moodle) Don’t forget to save your Certificate to your computer or phone!

STEP 2: Carefully read the Return to Work Health & Safety Plan AND Hazard Assessment AND Practice Room & Rehearsal Space SOP

STEP 3: Complete the Student Request for Access to Practice Rooms and Rehearsal Spaces below:

STEP 4: Complete the Practice Room Sanitization Training and Quiz which is accessed through Moodle.  If this course does not appear currently with your Spring/2021 courses on Moodle, please contact the Studio Coordinator to add you to the course.

 

FOIP Statement

The personal information is collected under authority of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.  The information is collected for the purpose of managing participation in University programs and activities.  Questions related to the collection, use or disclosure of your personal information can be directed to the University of Lethbridge Privacy Office, 4401 University Drive W, Lethbridge, AB T1K 3M4, 403-332-4620;foip@uleth.ca

Submitting this application indicates that I have reviewed and acknowledge the RTW-HS Plan, Hazard Assessment and SOP documents for Practice Rooms and Rehearsal Spaces, I understand the hazards and associated controls, and I agree to follow the plan. 

Daily Requirements to keep us all safe!

FFA Booking System for all spaces will be https://go.uleth.ca/fineartsroombookings.  Once your application for access is accepted, you will be given access to the booking system so that you can make your own bookings.  Cohorts will still need to work out their practice schedules among themselves first, initially with the Studio Coordinator’s assistance.   

Download the uLethbridge Safe App  OR sign in to the Being on Campus RegistryOne of these two options must be done each day that you are planning to be on campus.

Clean/sanitize high-touch surfaces, piano, stands, computer keyboards, Zoom recorders, and any other equipment that you use.  Cleaning stations are found in each practice room hallway and in rehearsal spaces. You will be required to follow all cleaning protocols as outlined in the Practice Room Sanitization Training.

Any questions?  Contact the Music Relaunch Representative (deanna.oye@uleth.ca) or Studio Coordinator (bradley.parker3@uleth.ca).