DofE Participants - What's Involved
What is DofE?
The chances are that you’re already participating in some activities, so why not let these contribute towards gaining your Duke of Edinburgh's Award.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award website is a comprehensive guide to the Award programme. General information on the site includes:
If you need further assistance, please contact your local centre or DofE Office.
How to get started
Just follow these four simple steps to enrol with the Duke of Edinburgh programme in Moray:
- Contact your school or local DofE centre. It is important that you meet the DofE leader and that you are participating as part a school/centre programme so that you receive the support you need to undertake your award.
- Complete an enrolment form (MS Word) and publicity consent form (PDF).
- Pay your enrolment fee. This can be paid by cheque to the DofE leader or using our online shop. Fees are £20 for bronze and silver, £27 for gold. This fee covers your welcome pack, record book, badge and certificate.
- Return both forms to the DofE leader.
Please note: Moray DofE charge a standard expedition fee of £20 for bronze and silver, £30 for gold, to support training of expedition supervisors and help maintain equipment. There may be additional costs attached to your expedition dependent on the nature and mode of travel you plan to use. Your DofE leader can explain these to you in more detail.
Once we have received your enrolment form, enrolment fee and publicity consent form you will receive a welcome pack which includes your record book.
Once you have received your welcome pack, you need to meet with your DofE leader who will help you organise your programme plan for each DofE section. You will need to set up an online eDofE account for recording your DofE progress and evidence.
When you have successfully completed your Award you will be presented with your certificate and badge.
Duke of Edinburgh Moray Award Officer
Lossiemouth Community Centre