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ANNEX H :
THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S AWARD NATIONAL MODULAR TRAINING FRAMEWORK (AWARD LEADERSHIP)







1. The following chart explains what modules should be available, the purpose of these and for whom they are relevant. Delivery of these may vary depending on demand and location but the learning outcomes will be the same.

Module Module Aim Target Audience Time frame ACF
Information / Induction To ensure that volunteers receive a basic introduction to the DofE, its principles and gain clarity on their role and responsibilities and the relevant safety information as appropriate. All volunteers including new leaders and specialists. Process begins at initial contact. The DofE has produced an on-line Induction package, which is found at the training section of the DofE website. Any interested volunteer should visit this e-Induction package
Introduction to the DofE To provide an understanding of the key principles, Award Sections and relevant Leader information. All volunteers should have access to this course. Within the first 6 months where possible. This module will form the main part of the Introduction to the DofE course and will normally be delivered in Regional or County locations; it will gain successful learners the Foundation Certificate in Introduction to the DofE.
Managing a DofE Group To develop and allow practice of the skills that are essential in managing a DofE Group. Those volunteers or leaders wishing to manage a group or already doing so who wish to improve their knowledge. As appropriate. This module is part of the "next step" after the Introduction to the DofE module, and will be delivered in a residential package along with the Practical DofE Leadership and Group Work Skills modules (see below).
Practical DofE Leadership This module will give individuals the practical skills needed to work within a DofE Group. Those volunteers wishing to put into practice the skills of leadership and group management. As appropriate. This module is part of the "next step" after the Introduction to the DofE module, and will be delivered in a residential package along with the Managing a DofE Group and Group Work Skills modules
Group Work Skills To give individuals the understanding of the importance of working successfully with a DofE Group. Those volunteers working with groups As appropriate. This module is a generic course dealing with many transferable skills of great value to all ACF leaders, and will be delivered in a residential setting along with the Managing a DofE Group and Practical DofE Leadership modules (see above).

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