Award Operators receive access to our Handbook, Expedition Guide, the “Toolbox” and the international Award Community after participating in the Program Course.
Both handbooks and expedition guide are provided at the programme course.
Award Leaders may also access the latest versions via the Award Community (Group: Duke in Germany). After registering to the Award Community please place a request to join our Group: “Duke in Germany”.
The User Guides explain how to use the Online Record Book.
To plan the personal programme on the different levels.
Mentoring tool to help you plan a personal DofE program.
These conditions must be met for an expedition to be recognised.
Framework for the Expedition Training.
Supports participants with their first ideas for their expedition.
Each Federal State offers a service to buy or download topographic maps. Please find the example for Berlin-Brandenburg right here, for more links please switch to German as language setting.
These videos can be used to support the expedition training.
Should expeditions not be permitted, it is possible for participants to undertake a virtual expedition. Please also refer to the Corona Regulations above.
Supports the planning of expeditions.
Used for detailed planning of the expedition and, together with the map, represents the central elements of any expedition. Is also a core element of supervision planning.
To evaluate an expedition – can serve as a basis for planning the final expedition, especially after the practice expedition.
Overview of equipment that may be required.
Map of an expedition area in the Uckermark, consisting of a cut-out of the official sheets 2848 Gerswalde, 2849 Warnitz, 2748 Haßleben and 2749 Potzlow, all available at www.mapfox.de or well-stocked (travel) bookshops.
The sheets were glued together, then an area for expeditions was identified and cut out while retaining the coordinates.
In this way, schools can compile their expedition areas as a copy template.