Children who perform and take part in TV, film, theatre or modelling work must be looked after by a chaperone. This can be a parent, carer or a registered chaperone.
To become a registered chaperone with Brighton & Hove City Council you need to live and pay Council Tax in the city.
Costs for a chaperone licence
- Volunteer chaperone licence - £10 + £25 for the NSPCC’s Chaperone training course
- Professional chaperone licence - £50 + £25 for the NSPCC’s Chaperone training course
- If you have a DBS (please contact the email below) £5 + £25 for the NSPCC’s Chaperone training course
Alongside your chaperone course, you need to complete the NSPCC’s Protecting Children in Entertainment Training for Chaperones. This course costs £25.
You will be asked to provide a certification after finishing the course.
Chaperone's duties and responsibilities
A chaperone looks after, guides, protects and supports the child in their care at all times.
The chaperone should have no other role during the performance.
Read about chaperone's duties and responsibilities.
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