Hello to all attendees of our Boston laser course that is scheduled to start Monday Oct 29th at the Marriott Copley Square.
We are sure you all are now aware that Hurricane Sandy has hit the East Coast. We are closely following the weather and the storm in the Boston area that is anticipated to carry through Monday. The current prediction is that winds will blow from 25 mph gusting to as high as 55 mph. We believe the storm will be at its peak Monday and should be settle down by Tuesday. No one can be certain of the degree of intensity of the storm or it’s exact course and duration. Weather conditions change from hour to hour.
The #1 concern of National Laser Institute is the safety of our attendees, clients and personnel. With that in mind we do not want anyone traveling to our class on Monday unless the weather conditions are safe and the local authorities are allowing normal travel on your travel route. We will be accommodating any students that are not able to attend class on Monday, by making up the material over the course of the week. In order to protect the safety of our students, we encourage everyone to take the utmost caution and only travel if it is safe.
We will be monitoring the situation and will notify you all by both phone and email of any delays or changes in the schedule.
Under this current plan every student will have ALL the hands on (clinical) education that you have signed up for if you miss Monday. Our classroom didactic education will be caught up over the course of the week. For those of you staying at the Hotel or have a very safe travel route, please come at Monday at 9 am to begin your education. For those of you who delay the start of class for safety reasons please do not be concerned as we will accommodate you on the day you are able to safely arrive.
We hope you and your families all are safe tonight and tomorrow and the storm blows over with minimal consequence. Please feel free to contact either of us personally with your questions or concerns.
Louis Silberman, CEO
National Laser Institute