Training School to reopen June 30th

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Training School to reopen June 30th

In line with the latest easing of government restrictions. We are delighted to announce that training will resume at the Fight Factory Pro Wrestling training school in Dublin on Tuesday the 30th of June.

We have some changes in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and make the training school as safe as possible for all.

  1. LIMITED NUMBERS We have decided to reduced the max capacity of any one training session to 12 people. This will allow for social distancing between participants where possible.

  2. TIMETABLE CHANGES We understand a lot of people will want to get back at it so we are separating Saturday and Sunday's 4 hour blocks into two 2 hour blocks per day.

Tuesday 8-10pm Thursday 8-10pm Saturday 12-2pm Saturday 2-4pm Sunday 12-2pm Sunday 2-4pm

  1. NO TOWEL = NO TRAIN Everyone must bring a towel and USE their towel. This will help reduce the risk of spreading the virus. If you show up without a towel then you will not be allowed to train. We will also be expecting everyone to wash their hands frequently with soap and water and use the hand sanitizers provided.

  2. NO BEGINNERS TILL AUGUST We will be running a 10-week beginners course starting Sunday August 23rd until that time no new members will be accepted. This will help us control the reach of the virus should someone contract it in the club. More information on this course will be released in July.

  3. DON'T ATTEND IF YOU'RE SICK We ask all our members not to attend if you or a household member have any symptoms of COVID-19. Self-Isolate and follow the HSE guidelines available here https://www2.hse.ie/coronavirus/ experts are expecting a second wave to hit Ireland so this information is important to know.

Common symptoms of coronavirus include:

a fever (high temperature - 38 degrees Celsius or above)

a cough - this can be any kind of cough, not just dry shortness of breath or breathing difficulties

loss or change to your sense of smell or taste – this means you've noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal

It's your responsibility to look after the well-being of your peers. Don't put anyone at risk.

All of the above procedures can and will be altered on a continuous basis. Lastly, from Phil and Katey we can't wait to welcome back all our team. See you all on the mats soon.

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