Mayo Recovery College,
REGARI (Roscommon & East Galway) Recovery College
and Galway Recovery College

Face to Face Module Guidelines

Proactive Measures for COVID-19, please read:

  • You must book your place in advance to attend the Thursday evening 6pm-9pm modules in the Mayo Recovery College GMIT Castlebar. Call/Text 0860294901.
  • Please complete the online forms, see attached document ‘Requirements for attendance to MRC GMIT classes’
  • Directions to get to the room will be given upon registration. Please arrive no more than 5 minutes prior to class. Late arrivals may be unable to gain access to the building.
  • Students should not attend class if in the last seven days they have been unwell, or if they or a family member have had contact with a known or suspected case of COVID-19. It is important to notify us of any of the above. Open lines of communication are vital in identifying these situations.
  • Students must not attend class if they have a cough, temperature, sore throat or are in any way ill.
  • Practice safe hygiene etiquette: - cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or into your elbow when coughing or sneezing, and discard used tissue safely.
  • All students can bring their own sanitizer to class (it is not compulsory) along with necessary items such as a water bottle – There will be no use of the canteen facilities during the break.
  • Please sit in the designated seats only.
  • Please sanitize hands upon entry and exit of the building.
  • As always, MRC facilitators will keep attendance and records each week. In the event that COVID-19 is contracted this and the online forms you complete may help with contact tracing.
  • If we have to close due to another lockdown, our Thursday evening classes will continue online.


Thank you for doing your part to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.


Mayo Recovery College Team

September 2021


Mayo Recovery College
Mayo Mental Health Services &
Galway Mayo Institute of Technology,
County Clinic,
Westport Road,
Co. Mayo

T: 086 0294901


Our Vision

The Purpose of the Mayo Recovery College is to create a culture of recovery, to improve quality of life and promote social inclusion by empowering people with mental health challenges, their families, friends and the community through co-produced education and learning together.