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- Annual Reports
Assessor Roles and Responsibilites
For NSW only,
please click here to access the NSW Assessor Commencement Guide.
- Award Brochure
- Award Journey Map
- Award Leader Roles and Responsibilities
- Becoming a Duke of Ed Employer
- Brand Guidelines
- Delivering the Award during COVID
Download Duke of Ed Logos
For Award Participants – Proud to be doing
For Participants to use when they are in the process of doing their Award to recognise they are “Proud to be doing” The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award.
There are no state or territory versions here as Participants are doing the Award.
For Award Centres – Proud to deliver
For Award Centres to use to recognise that they are ‘Proud to deliver’ The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award
There are no state or territory versions for this logo as Award Units are running the Award program not a state.
For Sponsors and Supporters – Proud to Support Logos
This is to be used by Sponsors and Supporters to show they are “Proud to support” the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in a particular state, territory or national location.
Duke 4Sport Communications Material
- Governance Policy
Guide for Bronze Participants
Guide for Gold Award Participants
Guide for Silver Participants
- Impact Research
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award – Australia (the Award) requires Award Centres to have insurance cover for all Participants and volunteers. This includes both personal accident and public liability insurance. In addition, the NAO maintains a further insurance policy for Participants and volunteers that acts as an umbrella cover.
The NAO (previously known as NAA) certificate of currency and insurance schedules outlining coverage, geographical limits and limitations of liability or cover is available at www.dukeofed.com.au. It is important to regularly review the NAO’s insurance certificates and schedules as they may be updated annually. Participants, their families and volunteers need to refer to their Award Centre for further details.
If activities undertaken could be considered ‘high risk’ by the Award Centre, then the onus of responsibility is on the Participant or guardian to check the Participant’s activity is covered under their Award Centres’s insurance policy. If the activity is not covered by the Award Centres, and subject to the Award Centre agreeing to this activity, separate insurance must be obtained prior to engaging in the activity.
For any accident or incident, an Incident Report form (which can be accessed at the following website here: www.dukeofed.com.au/resources/insurance) is to be completed in conjunction with the Award Centre of the relevant Participants and Volunteers and a copy forwarded to your State/Territory Award Operating Authority, as soon as possible.