Limited opening of academies extended until 9 February

Last update: 13 January 2021

As a result of the extension of the lockdown by three weeks, as announced by the Dutch government on Tuesday evening 12 January, the limited opening of the academies of the AHK will also be extended by three weeks, until February 9. The current measures therefore remain in force. That means that:

  • Exams and tests on location will continue.
  • All education that can be given online will be given online.
  • Only practical training that is strictly necessary can take place within the academies, in an adapted and very limited scope. This will be announced per academy.
  • Everyone works from home, unless it is strictly necessary to be at the academy. This at the discretion of the director.
  • Libraries are open for distribution, in some cases also as a work / study place for students. The latter can differ per academy.
  • Canteens are closed.

You can only come to the academy in accordance with the corona protocol of your academy. The corona protocols per academy can be found on MyAHK:

In addition to the corona protocols of the academies, there is an AHK-wide corona protocol.

Mandatory face masks
The legal duty to wear face masks in public areas also applies to the general areas (entrances, corridors and sanitary facilities) in all the buildings of the AHK. This concerns the moments when you're walking around. The face mask may be removed in a classroom or studio, workplace or seat in the canteen. External visitors are also requested to wear a face mask in the general areas of the academies.

Latest info corona

Access to the academy buildings is very limited until 9 February. Accessibility depends on the corona protocol of your academy. Face masks are mandatory in all general areas (entrances, corridors and sanitary facilities).

Reporting sick in case of a positive corona test
If you have taken a positive corona test, inform the academy immediately and help prevent (part of) the academy having to be closed because the correct measures could not be taken in time. Your report will be treated confidentially. In the AHK Corona Protocol you can read where you can report.

Availability Central Student Administration

Opening hours desk
Tue 10:00-16:00

Email and telephone
T 020 527 7734 (Mon - Fri)
E csa@ahk.nl (Mon - Fr

Address
Jodenbreestraat 3
1011 NG Amsterdam
(1st floor Academy of Theatre and Dance)

Availability of the ICT helpdesk
The ICT helpdesk can be reached on working days on telephone number 020 527 7752 or via helpdesk@ahk.nl.

Questions about medical help and health insurance
If you need medical help (corona-related or not), please contact your doctor by telephone. If you do not have a general practitioner yet, register with a general practitioner as soon as possible. On MyAHK you will find important information about medical help and which general practitioner or genereal practice center you can contact, and about health insurance for foreign students!

Important phone numbers
The AHK is not always available during these difficult times. In case of emergency or with physical or mental problems you can call the following national numbers 24 hours a day:

  • 112, national emergency number, in the event of a life-threatening situation www.government.nl/topics/emergency-number-112
  • 113 Suicide prevention, if you're thinking of suicide. Official number 0900-0113. You can also chat with an employee of 113 via www.113.nl
  • 0900-8844, police, for non-urgent questions or problems
  • 0900-0767, De Luisterlijn (the 'Listening Line'), when you have a problem and want to talk to someone (anonymously) about it. www.deluisterlijn.nl

Access to the academy buildings is very limited until 9 February. Everyone works from home, unless you have to be at the academy for education or necessary support. This at the discretion of the director of your academy. If you come to the academy, you do so in accordance with the corona protocol of your own academy. You can find all the information you need to work from home on the special 'Working at home'-page on MyAHK. The normal procedure for reporting sick remains in effect.

Consultation hours company doctor
The AHK company doctor follows the guidelines of the RIVM to reduce direct contact moments. For AHK employees, this means that consultation hours will take place by telephone as much as possible. In necessary cases it will be examined whether the consultation hour can take place at a location to be agreed with the company doctor. However, the RIVM guidelines will be observed, which means that the appointment cannot go through with a cold, cough, sore throat and / or fever. Employees who have already made an appointment for a consultation hour will be personally informed by Human Capital Care (HCC).

In the event of worsening complaints that may indicate the coronavirus contact your doctor by telephone (in accordance with the RIVM guidelines). For questions about being allowed to work with a certain condition in connection with an increased risk of infection, please contact the company doctor: regio.noordwest@humancapitalcare.nl, 020-3057010.

Availability of the ICT helpdesk
The ICT helpdesk can be reached on working days on telephone number 020 527 7752 or via helpdesk@ahk.nl.

Be alert to cyber crime!
In these times, criminals try to strike online through hacking or phishing emails. Be alert to this and observe the following rules:

  • Do not just click on links in an email, unless you really trust the sender, and if in doubt, contact the ICT helpdesk via helpdesk@ahk.nl or 020 - 527 7752.
  • Do NOT give anyone your password, not even digitally.
  • Report suspicious situations immediately via helpdesk@ahk.nl or security@ahk.nl.
  • Do not open files that are sent in an email that you don't expect or trust.
  • If you receive an e-mail from a colleague with an assignment you do not trust, please contact that colleague by telephone to check whether it comes from that person.

Important phone numbers
The AHK is not always available during these difficult times. In case of emergency or with physical or mental problems you can call the following national numbers 24 hours a day:

  • 112, national emergency number, in the event of a life-threatening situation www.government.nl/topics/emergency-number-112
  • 113 Suicide prevention, if you're thinking of suicide. Official number 0900-0113. You can also chat with an employee of 113 via www.113.nl
  • 0900-8844, police, for non-urgent questions or problems
  • 0900-0767, De Luisterlijn (the 'Listening Line'), when you have a problem and want to talk to someone (anonymously) about it. www.deluisterlijn.nl
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