Action4Youth Gold Residential Programme
During your Gold Award you need to complete a Gold Residential Programme. Going on a residential gives you the chance to learn how to work with people from different backgrounds and build confidence living in new environments. There are loads of exciting opportunities and Action4Youth have this covered…
2021 dates will be added here for the Gold Residential Programme.
Approved Activity Provider
As an Approved Activity Provider, Action4Youth’ Gold Residential activities count for your Gold DofE programme.
Does the residential count for your Gold programme?
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