You must not have any symptoms of COVID-19 and you must not have been near anyone showing symptoms or that has had a positive test.
Please review the information below, then pay for and reserve your training time at NECCA. After we have received your payment, you will be emailed a link to fill out your equipment, rigging, and time slot needs. Once you have filled out your form, you will receive a confirmation email with your equipment, rigging, and time slot.
We are happy to be able to provide a disinfected and socially-distanced place to train during this time. Previously we offered open training times we called “Members Only.” Now, because participants must have an assigned space and an appointment, we are calling this training option “Reserved Training.” To be eligible for Reserved Training, you must be pre approved and start with an orientation and pre-pay for your training time. There is a health officer on site at all times for emergencies, but there is no coaching help available during the Reserved Training times. This is recommended for intermediate to advanced students and artists who do not require guidance or someone to oversee their training.
You can join our Facebook group for the most recent updates and information on Reserved Training!
Any reserved training participants must follow all of NECCA’s COVID-19 safety policies in addition to our regular studio safety policies. This requires, among other things: each participant to have a scheduled appointment, provide their own equipment (or have NECCA equipment assigned to them), be willing and able to train while wearing a face mask, and be socially distancing in their lives outside of NECCA.
A full list of required COVID-19 Safety policies are available here.
Cost for the initial reserved training orientation is $20. You only need to do this once, then you are approved to sign up for reserved training times at $20 per 2-hour session.
This calendar is updated weekly and is subject to change at any time.
As a part of our continuation of in-person programming and in alignment with Governor Scott’s Vermont Forward Plan, please remember to follow all of these guidelines for training in the space. We can’t stay open without YOUR help and cooperation in following these rules:
You must wear a mask when indoors at NECCA. Vaccinated folks may wear a single layer mask. Unvaccinated folks over the age of 16 yrs who are training for three hours or more per day are asked to double mask.
Please wash or sanitize your hands and secure your mask before you enter the building.
Keep a 3 – 6 foot distance from anyone in the Trapezium. And please remember we have limited persons in the lobby.
Testing for Unvaccinated Persons of any age who engage in full-day programming such as camps, workshops and weekend immersions is required.
- All unvaccinated persons need to test 72 hours prior to entering NECCA.
- Unvaccinated persons from outside Vermont travelling by plane must also test 3-5 days after arriving in Vermont.
- Unvaccinated persons in multi-week programs, including youth camps and workshops, must test each week they are in a program.
NOTE: Send test results to our confidential email firstname.lastname@example.org with your Name and Program/Workshop in the subject line.
Yay for Vaccination! Vaccinated coaches can spot. Vaccinated catchers can catch vaccinated flyers. Vaccinated persons and household members may participate in partnering activities within the 3-6’ distancing guidelines. Please stop at the front desk to pick up your orange “I’m Vaccinated” bracelet (adults) or blue paper wristband (youth) to wear during training and classes.
NO eating in the building. All vaccinated students will be able to drink indoors. All unvaccinated students are asked to step out-of-doors at the Trapezium or into the hallway at the Cotton Mill to drink water. Instructors have discretion for creating a stricter mitigation environment for their comfort and the comfort of their students.
Masks are no longer required when out-of-doors for vaccinated persons. Unvaccinated people participating in a class or program out-of-doors will continue to mask when in class.