Advanced Certificate

We’ve designed a detailed and fun course covering some of the most contentious code areas including alcohol, motoring, food, gambling, privacy and political advertising.

Check out more information below and the full syllabus breakdown on the next tab.


“Very interesting and gave a more specific insight to the selected categories which I think strengthened my knowledge.”– Lewis, Channel 4, Online Jan 21

The CPD-certified and IPA-recognised course is packed with examples, discussion and opportunities to ask questions so that you gain a clearer understanding of the sectors with the trickiest rules. When you’ve successfully completed the course, you’ll achieve a coveted advanced certificate.

Who’s it for?

Those who work for agencies, advertisers or broadcasters, are involved with TV ad campaigns and have already completed their agency/advertiser or broadcaster certificates.

How will I learn?

Check the date options above to find out if we are offering online or in-person sessions for this course. Online sessions take place in two parts across consecutive days and include polls, discussion and Q&As throughout. The in-person session, which takes place at Clearcast HQ in London, includes lunch and refreshments, as well as group activities, debates, and interactive quizzes.

What are the details?

  • Time: Webinars are split into two 10:30-12:00 sessions on consecutive days. In-person full-day sessions run from 09:30 until the afternoon.
  • Cost: £349 plus VAT per person

How can I book?

Book a place above now, or if you’d prefer to pay via invoice email us at


Outline of the Alcohol rules
Review of Motoring guidelines
Overview of the Food rules including HFSS foods
Review of the Gambling rules
Analysis of rules on Privacy and Political advertising

"Very well run, super interesting, engaging and informative."
Jessica, Irresistible Studios, online Nov 21
"Really interesting topics and extremely well covered. I learnt a lot."
Sinead, Millbrook Studios, online Nov 21
"The use of varied examples made it much more interesting and the use of up to date content makes it relevant to my role."
Gabriella, Channel 4, online Jan 21