Online Enrolment for The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
Enrolment on our DofE programme means you’re about to start an adventure you’ll never forget. You’ll enjoy loads of new experiences, discover talents you never thought you had, challenge yourself and meet loads of people just like you. Plus you’ll do things you love and get a kick out of. It’s a real buzz!
Action4Youth have their own DofE group that meets approximately 3 times per year in Aylesbury (plus additional expedition planning days) and keeps in regular contact with participants to offer advice, mentoring and encouragement via eDofE – the online resource to which all participants belong.
To join a group and get your adventure started, please register using the enrolment form. You’ll need to decide which level of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award you are going to sign up to, either Bronze, Silver or Gold and make the appropriate payment to complete the registration.
Once enrolled you will be sent your unique DofE number to the email address supplied where you can then access your account and all the resources. You will also receive an award handbook in the post.
Are you doing The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award through your school?
If your school has signed you up with The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award you can finalise your DofE enrolment here and link it to your school. This enrolment form is to be completed by parents or guardians.
For more information please call 0300 003 0998 or email [email protected]
Looking to pay for your DofE Expedition?
If you’re already on one of our DofE programmes and need to pay for your expedition follow the links below to the appropriate level.
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