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Welcome to the Award in WA

 

ABOUT US

The Award has operated in WA since 1962. As a non-profit incorporated association we are proud to deliver the world’s leading youth development program, helping young people to discover their purpose, passion and place in the world and become World Ready citizens. Our organisation’s primary goal is to ensure all young people in WA are provided the opportunity to participate in the Award regardless of their personal circumstances.

LATEST NEWS

2020 7NEWS Young Achiever Awards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Busselton Jetty Crew

“The program is run in three parts, focusing on: community; leadership, professional and personal development; and history.

“The crew learn about the history of the jetty why it is here, where it is going, what the future plans are and what it takes to keep it operational and maintained,” Ms Donohoe said.

“It is not just about the environment or conservation side of things, it also looks at where finances come from.”

This year the Busselton Jetty hope to tie in the program to the Duke of Edinburgh Awards after one of their crew members completed both last year.

“It is all about the crew getting something out of this program at the end of the day,” Ms Donohoe said.”

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gold badges_300UPCOMING EVENTS

Annual Duke of Ed Walk on Sunday 1 November 2020

Fee tickets available at https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/annual-duke-of-ed-walk-tickets-91739939629

Join us on Sunday 1 November for our Annual Duke of Ed Walk.  This year we will celebrate a “late” National Volunteer week as well as connecting with our Award Alumni.

Meeting at Perth Hills Discovery Centre, Mundaring, we will walk a beautiful 6.2km along the Bibbulmun Track and then enjoy a light lunch courtesy of Duke of Ed Employer – Homestyle Salads.  Please book your free tickets at https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/annual-duke-of-ed-walk-tickets-91739939629

 

KEY RESOURCES

Award Centres in WA
Award Handbook
Participant Resources
ORB Frequently Asked Questions

Assessors

Assessor Commencement Guide

Volunteer Code of Conduct

 

Participants

Participant Consent Form_ Under 18

Participant Transfer Form

Award Guide_ Bronze Award Participants

Bronze Award _Checklist

Bronze Award_ Award Plan

Award Guide_ Silver Award Participants

Silver Award _Checklist

Silver Award_ Award Plan

Gold Award_ Guide for Participants

Gold Award_Checklist

TEMPLATE_ Gold Award Proposal

TEMPLATE_ Gold Award Summary

 

Award Leader

Volunteer Code of Conduct

TEMPLATE_ List of Approved Assessors within an Award Centre

Award Leader Roles and Responsibilities

New Award Leader Details Form

 

Marketing Materials

Posters

POSTER_ Duke of Ed_ Award Leader

FLYER_ Duke of Ed_ Our Impact

BROCHURE_ Duke of Ed

TEMPLATE_Talent Release Form

TEMPLATE_ Ceremony speech

TEMPLATE_ Sample Parent Guardian Information Letter

Promoting the Award

Promoting The Duke of Ed_ Information sheet

PRESENTATION_ Participants

PRESENTATION_ Parents and AC Staff

Information for Award Centre Websites

 

 

Award Fees in WA

Bronze New Participant Fee Silver New Participant Fee Gold New Participant Fee
$        140.00  $        160.00  $        185.00

 

TIPS ON DOING THE AWARD IN WA

Physical Recreation Information and Ideas
Voluntary Service Information and Ideas
Adventurous Journey Information and Ideas
Skill Information and Ideas
Gold Residential Project Information and Ideas

CONTACT US

To contact the WA office, head here.

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