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ANNEX I :
REWARDS IN THE AWARD







The Award for Participants (14 - 25 yrs)

Programme Authorised by Awarded Available from
Bronze Award County (*1) pin badge and certificate
brassard badge (*4)
Silver Award County (*2) pin badge and certificate
brassard badge (*4)
Gold Award ACFA, ACFA Northern Ireland, ACFA Scotland and Award Office (*3) pin badge or brooch ACFAs
certificate Presented at Royal Palace
brassard badge (*4)
Bronze, Silver, Gold Awards County DofE Officer Sectional certificate
Bronze, Silver, Gold Awards Access Organisation Certificate of Prior Learning
Access credit note
Access organisation

Authorising Awards :

(*1) Bronze Awards should be checked by the County DofE Award Development Officer (DofE Officer), who may authorise the Award if all conditions are satisfied. The certificate at the back of the Record Book should be completed and signed, and a Bronze certificate, pin badge and cloth brassard badge made available for presentation to the successful participant.

(*2) Silver Award - as for the Bronze Award, but the Record Book should be signed by the County Cadet Commandant or Deputy.

(*3) Gold Awards: Completed Record Books, checked by the County DofE Officer, should be forwarded unsigned to Major Oliver Shepard at ACFA in London, along with a completed Gold Notification Form (GA4). Please note that details contained in this form are closely scrutinised, and incorrect entries can severely delay the processing of Awards. Final confirmation of the Award will be notified to ACFA by Award Head Office in Windsor, and only at this point should any Gold badge presentations be made locally.

All Gold recipients will be invited to receive their certificate at a Royal Palace in due course.

(*4) Brassard badges: Please note that these are NOT the same as the "Cadet Forces Level Badges" advertised on page 6 of Award Scheme Limited's (ASL) catalogue.


Modular Training Framework for Leaders
Award Leadership (over 16 yrs)

Module Authorised by Awarded Available from
Introduction to the Award ACFA DofE Foundation Certificate ACFA
Group Work Skills ACFA DofE Foundation Certificate ACFA
Managing an Award Group ACFA DofE Foundation Certificate ACFA
Practical Award Leadership ACFA DofE Foundation Certificate ACFA

Completion of all four modules gains DofE Foundation Certificate in Award Leadership presented through ACFA


National Open College Network (NOCN) programme
Award Leadership / Management Development (over 16 yrs)

Unit (Levels 1 - 3) Authorised by Awarded Available from
Knowledge of the DofE Award NOCN OCN Unit Certificate
OCN Award of Credit
NOCN through ACFA
Group Work Skills NOCN OCN Unit Certificate
OCN Award of Credit
NOCN through ACFA
Managing an Award Group NOCN OCN Unit Certificate
OCN Award of Credit
NOCN through ACFA
Practical Award Leadership NOCN OCN Unit Certificate
OCN Award of Credit
NOCN through ACFA

1. Completion of all four units at level 1 gains DofE Foundation Certificate in Award Leadership. ACF Learners will normally join the OCN programme at level 2
2. Completion of all four units at level 2 gains DofE Certificate in Award Leadership
3. Completion of all four units at level 3 gains DofE Advanced Certificate in Award Leadership

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