...that young people can be legally employed, on a part-time basis, from the age of 13? BUT the employer must apply to the local authority for a work permit?
...that children who take part in public performances must be issued with an entertainment licence, issued by the local council? [This doesn’t include school productions.]
Find out more from Birmingham’s Child Employment Team on 0121 303 8900 or email EWSHelpHO@birmingham.gov.uk
National Network for Child Employment & Entertainment www.nncee.org.uk
National Child Employment Fortnight 2012: 26 March – 6 April