Demonstrators

Top Ten Tips for CHaOS Demonstrators at "Crash, Bang, Squelch!"

by Will Benfold

So, what would we tell you to remember about being a CHaOS volunteer for the Summer Roadshow, if we could only choose 10?

Top Ten Tips for CHaOS Demonstrators on the Summer Roadshow

by Will Benfold

So, what would we tell you to remember about being a CHaOS volunteer for the Summer Roadshow, if we could only choose 10?

Policy Documents

Constitution CHaOS is a registered student society of the University of Cambridge. Our accounts are audited by our senior treasurer, an independent senior member of the university. Our constitution defines the general principles according to which the organisation is run.
Health and safety policy How we ensure that our events (and our summer roadshow as a whole) are run safely.
Child protection policy Details of our child protection policy, including our CRB disclosure policy.
Equal opportunities policy We are committed to making our events accessible to everyone.
Public Liability Insurance We are covered by the university's public liability insurance
Travel guidelines for demonstrators Demonstrators are often asked to make independent journeys on behalf of CHaOS, principally as part of the summer roadshow. This brief guide explains what expenses are considered reasonable. Anyone unfamiliar with the complicated array of different tickets available on the UK train system might find David's brief guide to train tickets [PDF] useful. The Man in Seat Sixty-One website has a rather more detailed guide here.

DBS (previously CRB) Disclosures for CHaOS volunteers

As CHaOS events involve working with children, we require that our volunteers apply for Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) disclosures to participate in events at schools. This will let CHaOS know if you have a UK Criminal Record that affects working with children, and is standard practice in the UK for most activities involving close contact with children. Applying for a disclosure involves bringing along some identification, and filling in some paperwork (which usually takes less than 15 minutes, depending on how much of the form applies to you).

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