This online course, produced in association with the National Network for Children in Employment and Entertainment (NNCEE), covers the key statutory guidance that chaperones in the entertainment industry need to know.
It can also be taken by those working in the professional or amateur entertainment industries, for example, dance schools, amateur dramatics, choirs, production companies and professional theatres, that want to know more about legal requirements and best practice that chaperones are required to follow.
Our online courses will work in most web browsers, although we recommend that you use Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge or Safari. We recommend installing the latest version of your web browser before beginning your course.
Our courses are compatible with most tablet devices, however the NSPCC does not provide full technical support for tablet users. We do not support other mobile devices.
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- updating your web browser
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- setting the following web domain to 'trusted': https://mylearning.nspcc.org.uk
Duration: It should take you about 60 minutes to complete the course.
You will have access to the course for one year following purchase. You can take it as many times as you like in that time.
Certificate of achievement: Once you've successfully completed this course you can download a personalised certificate of achievement.