- How do I enrol?
- DofE Expedition Equipment store for participants
- Expedition resources and templates for participants
Aged 14 to 24?
Do you want to do something fun, challenging and rewarding?
The Duke of Edinburgh Award gives you the chance to do something completely new and improve on things you’re already doing. It is about you, your skills, your commitment and your achievement. It will help you build skills for life. And it is about having fun.
Chances are you are already doing activities that would contribute to gaining The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, so why not get recognised accreditation that Colleges, Universities and employers value whilst helping to develop yourself by learning new skills, trying new activities, meeting new friends and supporting your local community.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is a voluntary, non-competitive programme of practical, cultural and adventurous activities, designed to support the personal and social development of young people aged 14-24, regardless of gender, background or ability. It offers an individual challenge and encourages young people to undertake exciting, constructive, challenging and enjoyable activities in their free time.
It is a four-Section Programme (five at Gold level) with three progressive levels, Bronze, Silver and Gold awards
- What is DofE Award
- Level and Timescales
- Choosing activities and starting your DofE
- Costs and Timescales
The cost to join The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is £20 for bronze and silver awards and £27 for Gold awards (as of the1st April 2017). The cost covers your record book, badge and certificate. You will be given a welcome pack once we receive your enrolment form, and when you complete your award level we will present you with your certificate and badge.
1. Your DofE Centre (school) may accept cash or cheque payments (please check first).
2. Hand in the completed enrolment forms to your DofE leader/coordinator and pay the enrolment fee. Please note, we will wait until we receive the enrolment form from your DofE leader and then send out your DofE welcome pack via your DofE leader.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is proud to announce it's new online record book system "e-DofE" whereby you will receive a welcome pack and an online account which will allow you to track and update your progress online. This is an exciting system which allows you to upload photographs and videos, scan and upload assessor comments so that you can use this as evidence of your progress. Your leader can approve your sections online if you have uploaded enough evidence and once you have completed your Award you can create an achievement pack using all your evidence which you can print off yourself or order a bound version.
To enrol as a participant we ask that you complete and return these forms to your Group Award Leader (school teacher/ youth club leader etc) in the first instance or to the DofE Award officer using the contact details at the left of this page.
You can download the enrolment forms here:-
Duke of Edinburgh Moray Award Officer
Lossiemouth Community Centre