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Chaperone Training


  • Understand the role of a chaperone
  • Guidance on the role of silent witness
  • Practical explanation of the things a chaperone might see (including an opportunity to see equipment used)


Please note that this is an Online course and attendees will be required to join the session remotely. Having a PC with a camera and microphone is preferrable but this session may be joined from a mobile or tablet.

Joining instructions will be emailed to all attendees about a week prior to the event. If you have not received these TWO DAYS before the session, please call the office on 0115 8386770 or email info@pcdc.org.uk.

Each booking made will be for ONLY 1 person, and their name will appear on the Certificate of Attendance. If multiple members of staff are attending from the same practice, each person will need to make their own booking via this booking portal or they will not receive a Certificate of Attendance.



Session Time: 13:30-15:30

When: 07 Jul 2021

Duration: 2 Hours

Via Zoom
  • Available to:
  • Admin and Reception
  • Health Care Assistant

Lunch & refreshments will NOT be provided


Kay Keane

Starting her career in the NHS as a 19 year old Medical Receptionist, Kay quickly realised that Primary Care was the place for her. Working throughout the system with a national profile in NHSE, Kay was made redundant in 2014. She used this to decide on a career move that would find her closer to home and give her a better work life balance. Choosing what she thought would be a “nice” job as a Practice Manager she finds this the most challenging and inspirational move she could have made, citing practice management as “the best and worst job in the world in equal measure”.