Angle Training

Chaperone Training: Healthcare settings

Our chaperone training for healthcare settings is ideal for any non clinical staff wishing to act as a chaperone during examinations. The chaperone role plays an important part in protecting both the clinician and the patient from both allegations and abuse.

This chaperone training course is ideal for reception or admin staff in GP practices, as well as health care assistants wishing to adopt the chaperone role.

If you have anything you would like added to this course, or wish to discuss it in further detail please feel free to contact us. We can even team this course with one of our other GP practice aimed courses such as basic life support,  for a longer session.

Course Title:
Chaperone Training: Healthcare settings
Health & Social Care

Variable, according to need

Max. class size:



Digital Certificates of attendance are provided to all candidates.

  • The role of the chaperone
  • When to offer one
  • Valid consent
  • Record keeping and policy
  • Requests and refusals of a chaperone
  • Case studies
  • Person centred care
  • Procedure for before, during and after the examination
  • What GMC, (General Medical Council) and  NMC (Nursing and Midwifery Council) state about chaperone requirements
  • CQC requirements

Anyone working in GP practices who wishes to take on the role of chaperone. It is aimed specifically at reception, admin staff, or HCA, and support workers.

£200 for up to 1½ hours (mileage fees may apply for courses outside of Kent)

Course Availability:

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