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Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

DofEThe Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE) is a voluntary, non-competitive programme of activities for anyone aged 14-24. Doing their DofE gives young people the opportunity to experience new activities or develop existing skills.

There are three progressive levels of programmes which, when successfully completed, lead to a bronze, silver or gold award. Young people create their own DofE programme by choosing volunteering, physical and skills activities, going on an expedition and, for their gold only, taking part in a residential activity.

Within Scouting, this links directly to the Chief Scout’s Platinum, Diamond and Queen’s Scout awards.

The DofE is delivered through a number of licensed providers, of which The Scout Association is one of the largest in the country.

To access The Scout Association Duke of Edinburgh’s Award related resources click here

For information on the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award click here

eDofETo access your eDofE account click on the eDofE logo

This leaflet aims to outline the basic information you need to choose the best levels for you, get started on them and find out who can help you through them. Click here to download a PDF version or the leaflet can be ordered FOC from Scout Shops (P&P payable)

To access the You Tube D of E channel containing promotional clips and videos demonstrating how to use edofe click here

To register for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award with Staffordshire County Scouts please use the enrolment form below. This form must be signed by the Unit or Network Leader responsible for D of E in your Unit or Network.

eDofE Scout Enrolment form (Word Document)

eDofE Scout Enrolment form (PDF Document)