All Melbourne Djembe classes are conducted in accordance with Government directions, guidelines and medical advice to ensure the safety of participants and teachers. All teachers and students are required to be fully vaccinated (or present an authorised exemption letter) to attend classes/workshops and events. We will need to sight certificate upon check-in.

For some classes, numbers may be limited in order to comply with person-to-space ratios and to maintain 4 square metres per person. During drumming classes all participants are required to wear masks.

Records and contact information will be kept for all students and assistant drummers attending each class through our booking system for purposes of contact tracing.

Hand sanitiser will be available for use at the beginning and end of all classes. Students are encouraged to bring their own instruments where possible. Where instruments are shared (djembe classes and dundun dance), sticks and drums will be sanitised between use.

No person may attend a class if they are feeling unwell. If the teacher considers that anyone present may be unwell, they will ask them to leave. Anyone who has or is suspected of having Covid-19 or is awaiting the results of a Covid-19 test must not attend class. If a student cannot attend for any of these reasons, classes will be made available via Zoom or video recordings.