All levels of the award require the participants to complete an expedition in a team of the appropriate size in an environment suited to the level of the award and the ability of the group.
There are four sections at Bronze and Silver level, Volunteering, Physical, Skills and Expedition, at Gold there is an additional Residential section.
Bronze and Silver can be undertaken in rural or wild countryside, Gold must be undertaken in designated Wildcountry.
For more information on the expedition section visit www.DofE.org and view the 20 conditions of the award that we, as an Approved Activity Provider, must uphold.
If approached correctly the expedition section gives the participant multiple opportunities for self development.
Above all we believe that the expedition should present the participants and team with an appropriate level of challenge that will result in the feeling of accomplishment that only comes through overcoming difficulties.
This will teach the participants and group real life skills and give them memories that will last them a lifetime.
A family run business based in the South West of England who have been providing high quality DofE expedition services to schools for over 15 years.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is a voluntary, non-competitive and uniquely individual program of activities for anyone aged between 14 and 24.
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If so and you want to give your DofE participants a unique experience as part of their DofE program that they will remember for the rest of their lives, then why not consider one of our European Expedition destinations.