New check-in option for visitors at Te Wānanga o Raukawa
May 19, 2020
Having moved into Level 2 as a nation, Te Wānanga o Raukawa (TWoR) has once again reopened its services albeit under restrictions. From Monday 18 May anyone coming on to the Ōtaki Campus including staff, students and suppliers now have the option to check-in via the TWoR App Covid-19 Check-in module developed by School Apps NZ.
The module makes it easy for both visitors and the Wānanga and has been approved by the Ministry of Education for the governments’ contact tracing requirements.
Anyone can download the App, ‘School Apps NZ’ from their devices App store and add ‘Te Wānanga o Raukawa’. Once a person has checked-in and out, the module is able to remember those details, making it easier each time. They then will need to show Kaitiaki or reception who have a manual check in process, confirmation on the App.
There is still an option for those who don’t have access to the App through Kaitiaki or reception upon arrival.
For further information refer to the poster below which includes a handy QR code to download the App. Users of the App already, will need to download the latest version for the Covid-19 Check-in module to show.
While Level 2 has popped the safety of our bubbles, being able to contact trace is fast becoming part of our ‘new normal’ and one way we can continue to keep whānau safe.
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