Last updated: 11/05/2021

Covid 19 Support Webinars

Support with Legislation Webinars

The guidance for businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic are ever changing and we know that there is still confusion amongst many about the different rules that are in place and how you put them into practice. For some businesses there are still concerns about how they can trade safety and in compliance with the latest rules and regulations.

Our team is committed to supporting business. These webinars will provide a friendly, informative and supportive platform to help with some of your concerns.

Each webinar will involve a presentation of a 15 – 20 minutes bringing you up to date with the latest changes and key issues followed by the weekly topic update.

There will be ample opportunity to ask questions about any COVID related topic. If you can’t make the webinar live a recording will be available afterwards and questions can be sent in advance.

The dates for these webinars are below. To book a place on a webinar please follow the link to Event Brite.

You can listen to a recording of the webinars using the links below.

Business Support Webinars

To continue to support local businesses the Business Regulatory Support team are running webinars on a number of topics. 

Licensing Webinars

The Institute of Licensing are hosting free webinars focusing on "Reopening and Recovery"

Recovery Webinars

Cornwall Council put together a series of webinars these were aimed at helping businesses operate safely during the coronavirus pandemic. The following webinars were hosted in June, July and August and covered the following topics:

  • Retail business
  • Childcare settings (Excluding schools)
  • Food businesses
  • Retail businesses and market traders
  • Holiday accommodation / Tourism
  • Retail Businesses and market traders
  • Holiday accommodation/ Tourism
  • Hairdressing, Beauty & Tattoo
  • Tourism - Sector specific bitesize
  • Pubs and Restaurants.
  • Gyms, fitness centres and dance studios

The legislation covering these sectors has been updated, therefore the slides and questions are no longer available.

If you have any concerns regarding legislation please get in touch with our Hub Team.


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