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DofE - Information for Young People

What is DofE?

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is the world's leading achievement based award for young people. The Award helps you use activities you enjoy to develop confidence, teamwork and other life skills. It may also open opportunities for new skills and interests. Chances are you’re already participating in some activities, so why not let them count towards a valuable accreditation by undertaking your DofE Award.

The website is a comprehensive guide to the Award programme. Look for the Do DofE Tab. 

There is lots of useful information on the site including:

If you have any questions about the Award, please contact your local Centre or the DofE Office.

DofE Centres

There are DofE Centres in each high school in Moray. They will publish information on their DofE programmes through their own newsletters and bulletins. In addition several Scouting, Guide and Cadet groups offer DofE. Please contact your local group for details.

Moray Council also manage an Open Award Centre. The Open Award Centre meets regularly on the first and third Tuesday on each month at the Elgin Community Centre starting at 18:00. Please see this link for future training dates.

How to get started

Just follow these four simple steps to enrol with the Duke of Edinburgh programme in Moray:

  1. Contact your school or local DofE Centre. It is important that you meet the DofE leader and that you participate as part a school/centre programme so that you receive the support you need to undertake your award.
  2. Complete an enrolment form and publicity consent form.
  3. Pay your enrolment fee. This can be paid by cheque to the DofE leader or using our online shop. Fees are £22 for bronze and silver, £29 for gold. This fee covers your welcome pack, record book, badge and certificate.
  4. Return both forms to the DofE leader.

Please note: The is a standard charge for all DofE expeditions in Moray. This expedition fee, of £10 for bronze, £15 for silver and £20 for gold, supports training for expedition volunteers and helps maintain equipment. There may be additional costs attached to your expedition if you want to use a far away location or a different mode of travel (ie mountain biking or canoeing). Your DofE leader can explain these in more detail.

What's next?

Once we have received your enrolment form, enrolment fee and publicity consent form you will receive a welcome pack which includes a book for recording your DofE activity. 

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. Your Leader 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.

Contact Us

Duke of Edinburgh Moray Award Officer
Lossiemouth Community Centre
Coulardbank Road
IV31 6JW

01343 813614

External Links

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