Chaperone service

Applying for a chaperone licence

In order to apply for a chaperone licence the following should be completed and submitted to us at  
  • an application form
  • a recent head and shoulder style photograph
  • Proof of address
An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is required.  If you have not subscribed to the DBS update service, you will have to apply for a new DBS check and details of how to apply online will be sent to you after we receive your application. 
The fee for a chaperone licence includes the enhanced DBS check and must be made by debit or credit card:
  • A professional chaperone (you will receive payment for the employment) - £54
  • A volunteer chaperone - £10
Once all checks have been satisfactorily completed, a successful interview has taken place and on-line safeguarding training completed, a chaperone licence will then be issued which is valid for three years. These checks can take up to 3 months, please allow for this.


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