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Renfrew Street Building Map

The one way system in operation in both the Renfrew Street and  Wallace Studios buildings.  This system uses arrows on the floor to show the direction of travel and where flows meet. You should familiarise yourself with the plan and encourage your colleagues and students to do the same.

Renfrew Street building map

Wallace Studios Building Map

The one way system in operation in both the Renfrew Street and  Wallace Studios buildings.  This system uses arrows on the floor to show the direction of travel and where flows meet. You should familiarise yourself with the plan and encourage your colleagues and students to do the same.

Wallace Studios building map

Counselling Services

Ongoing Support for Wellbeing

For staff, our Workplace Options Employee Assistance Programme provides free, confidential support, information, expert advice and specialist counselling for staff and they can be contacted by phone or on line. Their support is provided by qualified professionals. Further information can be found on the staff portal.

Students can get assistance and support from the Conservatoire Counsellor and Disability Advisor, the Welfare and International Student Advisor or the Students’ Union. Additionally, guidance can be sought from the relevant Head of Department, Programme Leader, Personal Tutor or other appropriate member of staff.

Togetherall (formerly Big White Wall) is a digital support and recovery service for staff and students who are stressed, anxious, low or not coping. It’s a community of members who support and help each other share what’s troubling them in a safe and anonymous environment, with the guidance of trained professionals, who are online 24/7.

Download the NHS Protect Scotland App

The Protect Scotland app from NHS Scotland’s Test and Protect is a free, mobile phone app designed to help us protect each other and reduce the spread of coronavirus.

The app will alert you if you have been in close contact with another app user who tests positive for coronavirus. And if you test positive, it can help in determining contacts that you may have otherwise missed while keeping your information private and anonymous.

Using the Protect Scotland app, along with sticking to current public health measures, will help us to stay safe when we meet up, socialise, work or travel.

Downloading and using Protect Scotland will never be a requirement. However, as we see the rate of infection start to rise, it is important that we all download and use the Protect Scotland app to help stop the spread of coronavirus. We know the more of us that do, the more effective it will be.

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Test and Protect

Test and Protect is Scotland’s way of putting into practice the test, trace, isolate, support strategy.

It will prevent the spread of coronavirus in the community by:

  • identifying cases of coronavirus through testing
  • tracing the people who may have become infected by spending time in close contact with them
  • supporting those close contacts to self-isolate, so that if they have the disease they are less likely transmit it to others

This will allow us to gradually change the restrictions that help to suppress the virus, and instead to contain it so that society and the economy can avoid a return to lockdown.

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