COVID-19

Since November 2, 2022, the following preventive measures against viral diseases are in force at Tallinn Health Care College:

1. We expect our learners and employees to be fully vaccinated against influenza and COVID-19 to ensure as safe learning and working environment as possible.
2. One is obliged to disinfect their hands properly when entering the building. If necessary/or one would like to, they can wear a mask. These are available when entering the building. One must wash their hands using warm running water and soap, if necessary hand disinfection item should be used while being in the building(s). Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
3. It is allowed for the host to ask the visitors of the College’s buildings to take an antigen rapid test.
4. Everyone in College’s buildings should move between the rooms as much as necessary and as little as possible.
5. You should always keep a healthy distance.
6. Rooms should be purged once in every 1.5 hours if possible.
7. In case of events organised by the College, the form and preventive measures for every event shall be decided separately considering the aim of the event, number of participants and the size and options of the room used for the event.
8. Virtual options should be preferred when organising meetings and appointments.
9. People are strictly prohibited to enter College’s buildings if tested positive for COVID-19 or when having signs and symptoms of viral diseases!
10. COVID-19 close contacts must be in self-isolation for 5 calendar days.
11. One is obliged to follow all the preventive measures for viral disesases set by the College in the buildings. When visiting rooms of College’s partner institutions, requirements valid there should be followed.
12. In case of a positive test for COVID-19, the member of the College is obliged to inform their immediate superior and Piret Gilden; also being a close contact should be informed, incl. information of possible close contact colleagues.
13. „Order for cleaning the rooms of Tallinn Health Care College“ is based on when cleaning the rooms.
14. We kindly ask every member of staff and learners behave responsibly outside of working and studying hours, too; avoid parties, gatherings and similar events, please. Serve as a good example for your close ones!

Principles of studies at Tallinn Health Care College

Since November 2, 2022, the above-named preventive measures against viral diseases are in force at Tallinn Health Care College.

Organisation of work at Tallinn Health Care College

Since November 2, 2022, the above-named preventive measures against viral diseases are in force at Tallinn Health Care College.

Important contacts

Content of studies and conduct of studies (curriculum leaders)​:
Assistant Pharmacist Merle Kiloman merle.kiloman@ttk.ee and Monika Drews monika.drews@ttk.ee
Dental Technician  Heli Kuuse heli.kuuse@ttk.ee
Optometrist Vootele Tamme vootele.tamme@ttk.ee
Occupational Therapist Hanna-Maria Põldma hannamaria.poldma@ttk.ee
Health Promotion Nele Kunder nele.kunder@ttk.ee
Midwife Katrin Klein katrin.klein@ttk.ee
General Nurse Jandra Ristikivi jandra.ristikivi@ttk.ee
Health Sciences Kristi Rannus kristi.rannus@ttk.ee
Care Worker, Emergency Medical Technician, Childminder, Dental Assistant, Assistive Technology Specialist, Sterilisation Technician and ​Client Worker for People with Mental Health Problems Piret Tamme piret.tamme@ttk.ee

Organizational issues of studies ( Specialists of studies):
General Nurse Anna-Mari Andok anna-mari.andok@ttk.ee
Health Sciences, vocational studies  Miili Tammeveski miili.tammeveski@ttk.ee
Assistant Pharmacist, Dental Technician, Optometrist, Occupational Therapist, Health Promotion, Midwife, vocational studies Keidi-Riin Unt keidi-riin.unt@ttk.ee

Issues of E-studies (Educational Technology Specialist):
Heli Raun heli.raun@ttk.ee

Issues of addidional training (Head of the Lifelong-Learning Centre):
All training and addidional training issues Siret Piirsalu siret.piirsalu@ttk.ee
 

Library: 
Library in Tallinn raamatukogu@ttk.ee
Library in Kohtla-Järvel raamatukogu.kj@ttk.ee

Communication and media:
Ulvi Kõrgemaa ulvi.korgemaa@ttk.ee 

Library

 

Information can be found HERE. 

Tips for maintaining a good mood and mental health
  1. Create a certain daily routine (get up at the same time, work in the most normal rhythm possible, eat only during meals, find a way to take breaks, allow yourself something pleasant, etc.).

  2. Find a way to walk or otherwise be physically active, it will increase psychological well-being.

  3. Talk to your close colleague or friend occasionally and talk about other topics, not virus. Currently, the most difficult are for colleagues who work and run a home school and / or kindergarten at the same time.

  4. Be understanding of yourself and others, the situation is unusual for everyone.

  5. Avoid over-checking, it will not solve the problems, it will make it worse. Offer help, ask for help.

  6. If you feel lost, read www.peaasi.ee

  7. If you need advice from psychologists (by writing or using other digital channels), you can find the contacts HERE. 

Let's stay healthy!

 

Volunteering

Due to the rapid spread of the Covid-19 virus, there may come a time when suddenly a lot of helping hands need to be involved. Opportunities for volunteering in Estonia can be found HERE (et). 

Cleaning and disinfection of premises


We recommend that you follow the instructions and recommendations of the Health Board and the Government on an ongoing basis.