What do I need to bring on the day?
Pen and paper...
We will supply you with a folder with a copy of our audit trail on the day to work through with us. This will be emailed to you on completion of the course.
We will also supply you with a copy of the power point and your assessment papers.
What does "City & Guilds" Accredited mean?
City & Guilds accreditation is only awarded to the highest quality programs. It demonstrates a commitment to excellence and is an instantly recognisable mark of quality, consistency and credibility.
It is an instantly recognisable mark of quality and credibility when working with and caring for children and shows a commitment to continuous improvement and excellence.
Our commitment to achieving this, demonstrates our dedication to our learners, enabling them to attain the very best benchmark working as a professional within the entertainment industry.
HOW DO I OBTAIN MY CERTIFICATE?
Practical Accredited Regulations Training (PART) is the very first City & Guilds accredited programme specifically designed to set new standards, processes and practical guides in the areas of care, excellence and regulatory compliance for everyone working with children in the entertainment industry.
During the course, there are 2 assessment papers;
the first on the regulations and the second a scenario/case study.
Once you have completed your assessments, your details will be submitted to City & Guilds and the a Certificate will be issued.
Your City & Guilds accredited certificate will last for 3 years and supports your CV for employers, company websites and child protection policy.
How do I download my CAT PAK?
On completion of the course we will email you details how to download your CAT PAK for you to keep on file.
How long is the course?
The course is a one day course.
Registration is at 9.15 for a 9.30 am start and we aim to finish around 4.30pm.
Is there a bursary available at all?
YES !!! Through our partnership with "SCREENSKILLS"
This course has been accredited by the ScreenSkills Skills Passport and is endorsed by a panel of industry professionals.
As a listed Skills Passport course, you may be eligible for up to a £1000 bursary to support the cost of course fees or other associated costs like travel, accommodation, disability access support or childcare.
ScreenSkills bursaries are designed to provide financial assistance to those looking to enter, progress in, return to, or transfer into the screen industries.
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Do I need to be a registered chaperone to take the course?
No, you do not...
Do you supply lunch?
Lunch is not provided
However, we do supply free tea/coffee and water on the day. We will have 2 comfort breaks either side of lunch.
How to I join the accredited professionals page?
On attaining your accreditation you will be invited to join our accredited professionals page which will be displayed on line.