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BIMAP's Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

At BIMAP, the safety of our stakeholders is a priority. Therefore we have implemented new rules for access to our premises in order to guarantee the safety of our stakeholders. 

During the early months of 2020, the entire world was challenged with a new and unpredictable virus which swept through countries, forcing the closure of schools, businesses and other organisations. BIMAP was no exception! Despite the trying circumstances in which we found ourselves, we endeavoured to maintain the same high level of service to our students, clients and staff. We implemented full online course instruction for our students and work-at-home procedures for our employees. 

As the country continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, BIMAP continues to implement measures to protect its students, customers and staff. The institute's opening hours during this time is 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We strongly encourage persons while conducting business at our offices, to practice good hygiene, adhere to the appropriate protocols of the “BIMAP Emergency Safety and Health Guidelines: COVID-19” and the Barbados Ministry of Health and Wellness. All staff and visitors to our offices should note that in order to access the building, you MUST be wearing a mask and have your temperature taken by security personnel. This is in accordance with protocols established by the Government of Barbados. No student or client will be permitted to enter the building without a mask or whose temperature exceeds the acceptable threshold of 37 degrees Celsius.

In addition, BIMAP will endeavour to increase the sanitization process of all frequently used/touched surfaces, desks, counters, chairs, staircases, doorknobs, light switches, handrails, computers, keypads, telephones, etc. 


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  • Guest (Mary Lee)

    My younger sister was not interested in reading books at all until we visited this exhibition. It was an experience full of positive emotions and great impressions. The most important fact is that the event aroused her interest in reading, though I didn't expect it to happen.

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  • Guest (Michael jenkins)

    My son had a lot of fun at the exhibition - he took photos of his favorite book heroes, read some short stories by young yet exceptionally talented authors and had a good time at the CBE's playground. It was a perfect opportunity to spend our free time and learn something new.

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