Duke of Edinburgh

Duke of Edinburgh

What Eben Does Within The Duke Of Ed

In further efforts to empower the youth of our community and provide equal education for all, Ebenezer became an Award Unit for the Duke if Edinburgh Award Program providing youth with memorable experiences rich in both short-term and long-term benefits.

Through activities such as hiking, choir, musical performances, volunteering and physical recreation, Ebenezer has created an inclusive and loving environment for all our participants.

Physical Recreation

Aims to improve the health, team skills, self-esteem and confidence of participants.

Skills

Challenge yourself to improve your skills and widen your personal interests.

Voluntary Service

Challenge yourself to be a responsible, caring member of the community.

Adventurous Journey

Provide the opportunity to learn more about the wider environment and to develop self-confidence, team work and health.

Duke Of Edinburgh Awards Levels

Bronze

For those over 14 years
6 months minimum participation
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Silver

For those over 15 years
12 months minimum participation
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Gold

For those over 16 years
18 months minimum participation
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The Award is a leading structured (non-formal education) youth development program, empowering all young Australians aged 14-24 to explore their full potential and find their purpose, passion and place in the world, regardless of their location or circumstance. The Award is a fully inclusive program and has no social, political, or religious affiliations.

How It Works

Getting Started

1. Look up at the requirements needed for Duke of Edinburgh
2.Choose an award level you want to do
3. Check and look up for an Award centre. Ebenezer is a highly qualified Duke of Edinburgh Award Centre

Check The Requirements Needed

1. Check whether you have all the requirements needed to participate
2. Check if you are old enough, motivated and ready to commit
3. Find an Assessor who can vouch for your completion. At Ebenezer, we have highly experienced assessors that can guide you throughout all the steps.

Set Goals, Record and Submit

1. Set your goals and what you want to achieve through this award program
2. Record your activities on the Online Record Book (ORB)
3. Get an approval from the Award Leader for submission.