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The DofE magazine for Leaders is published three times a year at the start of each academic term. It's packed full of news, updates and info to help you run your DofE group, it's a must-read for every Leader!  It is not indented for distribution to anyone other than those involved in the delivery of DofE programmes and is therefore not generally suitable for participants, parents etc.
 
 
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Accessibility

Issue 6, page 20 – Access to all

Achievement Pack

Issue 7, page 15 – Achievement Pack

Activity choices

Issue 6, page 8 – creative thinking

Issue 7, page 20 – do something different for Silver

Issue 14, page 19

Issue 14, page 33 – Physical ideas

Additional needs

Issue 4, page 10 – case study: limbless participant

Issue 6, page 20 – Access to all

Issue 6, page 29 – inspirational Leaders

Issue 11, page 27 – case study Northern Ireland

Issue 13, page 13

Issue 13, page 15

Issue 13, page 20

Issue 13, page 21

Issue 16, page 8 – disabled leader

Issue 17, page 19 – carers on residentials

Issue 22, page 6 - open expeditions

Issue 22, page 17 – sourcing wheelchair for expedition

Adult support

Issue 5, page 35 – Mental Health support

Issue 6, page 18 – supporting Bronze participants

Issue 6, page 29 – inspirational Leaders

Issue 8, page 31 – grow your own Leaders

Issue 8, page 31 – building adult support networks

Issue 10, page 34 – running DofE in schools

Issue 11, page 15 – DofE Leadership programme

Issue 12, page 32 – engaging adults

Issue 13, page 20

Issue 15, page 8 – leadership roles

Issue 18, page 24 – positive leadership

Issue 18, page 33 – Leadership programme

Issue 19, page 22 – using parents as volunteers

Issue 19, page 25 – Volunteer Management Toolkit

Issue 25, pages 11 and 31 - thank you

Age Pilot

Issue 24, page 13

Issue 26, page 31 - update and case studies

Ant and Dec

Issue 3, page 33

Approved Activity Providers (AAPs)

Issue 11, page 41 – auditing AAPs

Issue 15, page 33 – update and overview

Issue 18, page 19 – using AAPs for practice expeditions

Issue 19, page 33 – horseback expeditions

Issue 20, page 24

Issue 21, page 16 – Volunteering AAPs

Issue 22, page 6 – open expeditions

ASL/DofE Essentials/Shop

Issue 20, page 31

Assessor Report

Issue 5, page 21 – overview of Assessor role

Issue 9, page 30 – introduction of online reports

Issue 13, page 19

Issue 14, page 12

Issue 14, page 17

Issue 15, page 8 – leadership roles

Issue 15, page 16 – flagging reports in eDofE

Issue 16, page 13 – personal feedback

Issue 16, page 17

Issue 18, page 17 – submitting reports

Issue 21, page 31 – guidance

Issue 25, page 8 - Assessors and Supervisors

Benefits

Issue 8, page 20 – value of a Gold Award

Issue 8, page 27 – value of Awards

Issue 15, page 19 – value of an Award

Issue 25, page 6 - why the DofE is so good for schools

Brand advice

Issue 1, page 6 – new look and feel

Issue 17, page 6 – Brand refresh

Issue 18, page 35 – Brand Centre

Issue 23, page 15 – brand centre

Brand Centre

Issue 20, page 31

Bronze Award advice

Issue 6, page 6 – quantity v. quality,

Issue 6, page 8 – variety of activities

Issue 6, page 13 – my first expedition

Issue 6, page 18 – supporting Bronze participants

Issue 6, page 25 – getting it right at the start

Issue 6, page 34 – celebrating achievements

Issue 6, page 36 – fundraising for Bronze

Business

Issue 19, page 31 – case study of business fundraiser

Issue 24, page 18 – Heathrow

Issue 24, page 18 – Amey

Issue 25, page 19 - Royal Mail

Issue 25, page 22 - RSM

Celebrating achievements

Issue 6, page 34

Issue 7, page 31

Issue 25, page 36 - Gold Award Presentation at Buckingham Palace

Commercial

Issue 18, page 11

Completions

Issue 1, page 14

Issue 2, page 20

Issue 3, page 14 – making the right choice at the start

Issue 8, page 6 – completing Gold programmes

Issue 11, page 8 – recording can help completions

Issue 11, page 10 – why completions are important, sectional certificates

Issue 11, page 16 – improving completion rates

Issue 11, page 37 – low cost residentials

Cycle expeditions

Issue 20, page 6

Issue 22, page 6 – open expeditions

Data protection

Issue 12, page 17

Diamond Anniversary

Issue 22, page 19 – launch

Issue 22, page 36 – fundraising advice

Issue 23, page 11 – celebrating

Issue 23, page 20 – plans for the year

Issue 23, page 22 – business support

Issue 24, page 11 – Royal involvement

Issue 24, page 18 – Heathrow abseil 

Issue 24, page 18 – Amey

Issue 24, page 36 – fundraising for Diamond Year

Issue 25, page 13 - photo competition

Issue 25, page 20 - team challenges

Issue 26,  page 9 - thank you!

Issue 26, page 10/11 - highlights of the year

Diamond challenge

Issue 22, page 19/22 – launch

Issue 23, page 19 – case studies

Issue 23, page 21 – plans for the year

Issue 24, page 18 – Heathrow abseil 

Issue 24, page 18 – Amey 

Issue 24, page 36 – fundraising for Diamond Year

Issue 25, page 13 - Countess of Wessex's challenge, photo competition

Issue 25, page 20 - team challenges

Issue 26, page12 - Congratulations!

Direct Virtual Centre

Issue 24, page 8

Directly Licensed Centres

Issue 18, page 20

Disadvantaged young people

Issue 13, page 6

Issue 13, page 35 – sailing

Issue 20, page 37 - funding

DofE Award Verifier

Issue 12, page 18 – appointing a Verifier

Issue 13, page 19

Issue 15, page 8 – leadership roles

Issue 15, page 15 - overview

DofE Business

Issue 13, page 39

Issue 23, page 22 – Diamond Year business support

DofE Mission

Issue 1, page 24

DofE Shopping

Issue 20, page 20

Issue 21, page 37

e-induction course

Issue 1, page 17 – e-Induction course

Earl of Wessex

Issue 3, page 21 – review of the Earl’s DofE programme

eDofE – general advice

Issue 2, page 6 – launch

Issue 3, page 29 – field testing

Issue 4, page 9 – it’s live!

Issue 5, page 21 – overview of Assessor role

Issue 5, page 29 – questions answered

Issue 7, page 15 – Achievement Pack

Issue 9, page 6 – general vision

Issue 9, page 8 – first version overview

Issue 9, page 16 – access

Issue 9, page 19 – value of online records

Issue 9, page 21 – statistic gathering

Issue 9, page 25 – feedback

Issue 9, page 29 – acting on feedback

Issue 9, page 30 – Assessor reports

Issue 9, page 37 – getting started

Issue 9, page 43 – general tips

Issue 9, page 45 – online safety

Issue 10, page 15 – Managers’ screens

Issue 11, page 8 – reporting

Issue 11, page 35 – data security

Issue 12, page 14 – upgrade news

Issue 12, page 17 – data protection

Issue 13, page 16

Issue 14, page 16

Issue 14, page 25 – future plans

Issue 15, page 16 – integrating into DofE active

Issue 16, page 16 – lapsed, forgot name/password, Achievement Packs,

Issue 17, page 16 – spring cleaning

Issue 18, page 16 – updates, changing timescales, Assessor Reports

Issue 19, page 16 – upgrade news

Issue 20, page 16 – mobile plans

Issue 22, page 8 – development update

Issue 23, page 22 – general advice

Issue 24, page 24 – participant mobile,

Issue 25, page 24

Issue 26, page 24 - training records

eDofE Mapping

Issue 8, page 9 – launch of SatMap version

Issue 22, page 13 – use post-Gold

Issue 24, page 6 – launch of OS eDofE Mapping

Employability

Issue 1, page 6 – employment skills activity

Issue 2, page 24 - overview

Issue 8, page 20 – value of a Gold Award on a CV

Issue 15, page 7 – general

Issue 15, page 19 – the value of an Award to employers

Issue 16, page 6 – employability skills, promoting employability

Issue 16, page 14 – CVs,

Issue 16, page 36 – using case studies to help fundraising

Issue 18, page 6 – FE/HE and the DofE

Issue 21, page 7 – LifeZone helping employability

Issue 21, page 8 – employability skills

Issue 21, page 11 – impact of DofE

Issue 21, page 15

Issue 22, page 24 – valuing volunteering

Issue 23, page 22 –Diamond Year business support

Issue 24, page 31 – DofE Manager’s view

Environmental issues

Issue 1, page 20 – expeditions and carbon footprint/impact

Issue 2, page 14 – sustainability

Issue 15, page 25 – behaviour on expeditions

Issue 20, page 6 – impact of expeditions

Issue 23, page 36 – care of the countryside

Issue 25, page 17

Expedition Assessor Accreditation Scheme (EAAS)

Issue 17, page 13 – overview

Expedition budgeting

Issue 20, page 36

Expedition Guide

Issue 13, page 15

Issue 14, page 6 – launch feature

Expedition kit advice

Issue 2, page 8 – expedition food safety

Issue 2, page 17 – pocket tool

Issue 13, page 15

Issue 17, page 15 – kit guide launch

Issue 18, page 29 – expedition food

Issue 20, page 33 – boots

Issue 21, page 33 – Boots and feet

Issue 23, page 33 – spirit stoves

Issue 24, page 23 – healthy expedition food

Expedition Networks

Issue 24, page 15 – Scotland and Wales changes

Expedition section advice

Issue 1, page 24 – expedition variations, expedition safety

Issue 2, page 6 – general advice

Issue 2, page 8 – expedition food safety

Issue 2, page 14 – sustainability

Issue 2, page 28 – expedition planning

Issue 2, page 34 – variations

Issue 2, page 35 – case study – leader,

Issue 2, page 36 – fundraising for expeditions

Issue 6, page 15 - ESTC

Issue 7, page 37 – difference between Bronze and Silver expeditions

Issue 8, page 38 – fundraising for residentials and expeditions at Gold

Issue 14, page 11 – environmental impact

Issue 14, page 21 – ski touring, height climbed, expedition season

Issue 15, page 25 – behaviour on expeditions

Issue 15, page 35 – rucksack weight

Issue 16, page 13 – wild camping at Gold, wild country

Issue 17, page 19 – acclimatisation day, equipment drops,

Issue 17, page 25 – GPS tracking

Issue 18, page 19 – using AAPs for expedition practices, Overseas practice expeditions, first aid training

Issue 18, page 36 – fundraising for expeditions

Issue 19, page 19 – time between practice and qualifying expeditions, popular overseas locations

Issue 19, page 33 – horseback expeditions

Issue 19, page 35 – navigation skills

Issue 19, page 36 – fundraising for group expeditions

Issue 20, page 6 – impact on countryside

Issue 20, page 19 – level crossings, Assessors being family members,

Issue 21, page 13 - ’something else’, rucksack weight

Issue 22, page 6 – open expeditions

Issue 22, page 31 – incident reporting

Issue 23, page 33 – spirit stoves

Issue 23, page 36 – care for the countryside

Issue 26, page 23 - incident reports

Expeditions on Water

Issue 16, page 25

Issue 17, page 33

Issue 20, page 8 – paddleboarding

Issue 22, page 6 – open expeditions

FE/HE

Issue 1, page 29 – Cardiff University

Issue 18, page 6 – FE/HE and the DofE

Football League Trust

Issue 2, page 21

Fundraising advice

Issue 1, page 36 – fundraising for charities

Issue 2, page 36 – fundraising for expeditions

Issue 3, page 36 – fundraising for skills activities

Issue 4, page 36 – fundraising for residentials

Issue 5, page 36 – fundraising for Physical activities

Issue 6, page 36 – fundraising for Bronze

Issue 7, page 38 – making funding requests

Issue 8, page 38 – fundraising for residentials and expeditions at Gold

Issue 9, page 40 – fundraising via the internet

Issue 10, page 36 – fundraising for DofE in schools

Issue 11, page 44 – fundraising strategies

Issue 12, page 36 – fundraising for growth

Issue 13, page 37 – getting funding

Issue 14, page 36 – fundraising campaigns

Issue 15, page 36 – grants and trusts

Issue 17, page 36 – events and ideas

Issue 18, page 36 – fundraising for expeditions

Issue 19, page 31 – case study of business fundraiser

Issue 19, page 36 – fundraising for group expeditions

Issue 21, page 36 – sourcing equipment

Issue 22, page 36 – Diamond activities

Issue 24, page 36 – fundraising for Diamond Year

Gold Award advice

Issue 8, page 6 – Completing Gold programmes

Issue 8, page 20 – value of a Gold Award

Issue 8, page 38 – fundraising for residentials and expeditions at Gold

Gold Award presentations

Issue 4, page 17 – changes in procedures

Issue 8, page 16 – overview of GAPs

Issue 16, page 19 – communications, Hall of Fame, Photography,

Issue 17, page 35 – HRH’s 500th GAP

Issue 18, page 27 – behind the scenes

Issue 25, page 36 - Buckingham Palace 2016

GPS Tracking

Issue 17, page 26 – overview, policy

Issue 25, page 9

Growth

Issue 12, page 6

Issue 12, page 25 – overview

Issue 12, page 36 – fundraising for growth

Issue 19, page 11

Issue 24, page 13 – age change pilot

Issue 25, page 16 - 2016 statistics

Issue 26, page13 - Looking on from our Diamond year

Handbook

Issue 3, page 14 – making the right activity choice

Issue 12, page 27 – seventh edition launch

Issue 14, page 20

Issue 17, page 17 – same activities for two sections,

Issue 18, page 19 – replacement badges and certificates

Issue 19, page 18 – insurance, linked activities

Impact

Issue 1, page 15 – general article on impact

Issue 5, page 17 – HMIe report on the DofE

Issue 6, page 29 – inspirational Leaders

Issue 8, page 20 – value of a Gold Award

Issue 8, page 27 – value of Awards

Issue 13, page 6

Issue 13, page 21

Issue 21, page 18 – employability skills

Issue 21, page 11- life-changing impact

Issue 21, page 15

Issue 22, page 11 – stats 2014/15

Issue 25, page 33 - wellbeing impact

Incident reporting

Issue 22, page 31

International Award

Issue 5, page 25 International Forum report

Issue 10, page 16 – Northern Ireland/Gaisce

Issue 15, page 27 - overview

Issue 17, page 11

Issue 20, page 11

Interview - Katy McLean

Issue 24, page 23

Interview – Angela Williams

Issue 11, page 23

Interview – Ben Fogle

Issue 12, page 23

Interview – Ben Shephard

Issue 4, page 23

Interview – Brian Blessed

Issue 2, page 23

Interview – Charley Boorman

Issue 20, page 23

Interview – David Hempleman-Adams

Issue 6, page 13

Interview – Deborah Meaden

Issue 22, page 23

Interview – Debra Searle

Issue 5, page 13

Interview – Dr Maggie Atkinson

Issue 10, page 23

Interview – Dr. Dawn Harper

Issue 18, page 23

Interview – Edwina Currie

Issue 6, page 23

Interview – Jack Osborne

Issue 23, page 23

Interview – Jon Culshaw

Issue 21, page 23

Interview – Justin Packshaw

Issue 15, page 23

Interview – Katherine Jenkins

Issue 3, page 23

Interview – Lister Baynes

Issue 14, page 23

Interview – Louise Minchin

Issue 3, page 13

Interview – Matha Lane-Fox

Issue 9, page 23

Interview – Nick Gillingham

Issue 5, page 23

Interview – Phil Brown

Issue 5, page 14

Interview – Phil Hope MP

Issue 1, page 23

Interview – Sian Williams

Issue 6, page 19

Interview – Sir Terry Pratchett

Issue 8, page 25

Interview – Tanni, Baroness Grey-Thompson

Issue 17, page 23

Interview – Theo Paphitis

Issue 16, page 23

Interview – Tim Campbell

Issue 7, page 25

Interview – Wasim Khan

Issue 19, page 21

Interview: Fern Britton

Issue 13, page 23

Interview:  Ellis J. Stewart

Issue 25, page 23

Leadership

Issue 5, page 35 – Mental Health support

Issue 6, page 18 – supporting Bronze participants

Issue 6, page 29 – inspirational Leaders

Issue 8, page 31 – grow your own Leaders

Issue 8, page 31 – building adult support networks

Issue 10, page 34 – running DofE in schools

Issue 11, page 15 – DofE Leadership programme

Issue 12, page 32 – engaging adults

Issue 13, page 20

Issue 15, page 8 – leadership roles

Issue 18, page 24 – positive leadership

Issue 18, page 33 – Leadership programme

Issue 19, page 22 – using parents as volunteers

Issue 19, page 25 – Volunteer Management Toolkit

Licensed Organisations

Issue 12, page 20

LifeZone

Issue 16, page 20 – introduction plans

Issue 17, page 21 – update

Issue 19, page 6 – update and examples

Issue 20, page 13 – launch

Issue 21, page 18 – update

Issue 21, page 20 - poster

Issue 24, page 31 – DofE Manager’s view

Issue 26, page 33 - development update

NEETs

Issue 13, page 21

NOAs

Issue 13, page 6

Open expeditions

Issue 22, page 6

Parents

Issue 8, page 18 – involving parents of Gold participants

Issue 9, page 25 – value of feedback

Issue 13, page 21

Issue 19, page 22 – using parents as volunteers

Partnerships

Issue 7, page 22

Physical section advice

Issue 5, page 6 – Rugby League initiative

Issue 5, page 8 – Overview of Physical section, case studies

Issue 5, page 13 – Debra Searle interview

Issue 5, page 18 – activity ideas

Issue 5, page 35 – Mental Health support

Issue 5, page 36 – fundraising for Physical activities

Issue 14, page 20 – hockey, changing sport,

Issue 15, page 35 – beating for a shoot,

Issue 16, page 13 – skirmishing,

Issue 17, page 18 – non strenuous activity,

Issue 18, page 18 – popular activities

Issue 19, page 18 – improving swimming techniques

Issue 22, page 13 - carpet bowling

Issue 26, page 23 - hockey skills

Policies

Issue 13, page 11

Politics

Issue 4, page 13 – incorporating an interest in politics into programmes

Issue 7, page 27 – DofE links with politicians

Programme advice

Issue 4, page 20 – programmes pack launch

Promoting the dofE

Issue 7, page 6 – DofE movies

Quality

Issue 13, page 19

Research

Issue 1, page 25 – new look and feel

Issue 12, page 11 - LO research

Residential section advice

Issue 4, page 8 – impact of residentials

Issue 4, page 14 – policy and guidance

Issue 4, page 18 – unusual residential ideas

Issue 4, page 34 – planning residentials

Issue 4, page 36 – fundraising for residentials

Issue 8, page 38 – fundraising for residentials and expeditions at Gold

Issue 14, page 21 – backdating, festival stewarding,

Issue 15, page 35 – skiing and scuba courses

Issue 16, page 13 – university taster weeks, ski/scuba courses

Issue 17, page 19 – taking carers

Issue 18, page 19 – split residential dates

Issue 19, page 19 – second visit to residential centre, paid summer camps

Issue 20, page 19 – language skills

Issue 26, page 23 - finishing time on last day

Issue 26, page 29 - low cost residentials

Reward Card

Issue 18, page 11

Issue 20, page 33

RYA

Issue 17, page 33

Schools

Issue 10, page 7 – delivery in schools

Issue 10, page 12 – DofE in schools in Scotland

Issue 10, page 19 – using external companies

Issue 10, page 26 – DofE in schools in Wales

Issue 10, page 34 – running DofE in schools

Issue 10, page 36 – fundraising for DofE in school

Issue 23, page 13 – Schools calendar

Issue 25, page 6 - DofE in schools

Issue 26, page 6, secrets of running DofE using a 'whole school' approach.

Secure Estate

Issue 3, page 36 – Aspire project

Issue 5, page 17 – HMIe report on the DofE

Issue 11, page 39 – Secure estate toolkit

Issue 13, page 6

Issue 13, page 27

Issue 17, page 27

Issue 21, page 18

Silver Award advice

Issue 7, page 8 – case study

Issue 7, page 20 – choosing different activities

Issue 7, page 30 – Why Silver level is important

Issue 7, page 31 – celebrating achievements

Skills for Work

Issue 1, page 6 – employment skills activity

Issue 2, page 24 - overview

Issue 8, page 20 – value of a Gold Award on a CV

Issue 15, page 19 – the value of an Award to employers

Issue 16, page 6 – employability skills, promoting employability

Issue 16, page 14 – CVs,

Issue 16, page 36 – using case studies to help fundraising

Issue 18, page 6 – FE/HE and the DofE

Issue 21, page 7 – LifeZone helping employability

Issue 21, page 8 – employability skills

Issue 21, page 11 – impact of DofE

Issue 21, page 15

Issue 22, page 24 – valuing volunteering

Issue 23, page 22 –Diamond Year business support

Issue 24, page 31 – DofE Manager’s view

Issue 26, page 20/21 - Poster showing company endorsements of the DofE

Skills section advice

Issue 1, page 13 – Digital Lifestyle

Issue 2, page 31 – driving skills

Issue 3, page 8 – choosing activities

Issue 14, page 21 – first aid, part time jobs,

Issue 15, page 35 – war games

Issue 16, page 13 – online gaming,

Issue 17, page 19 – Vol Org membership, GCSE in spare time,

Issue 18, page 13 – Crest Awards

Issue 18, page 19 – designing online games

Issue 19, page 18 – improving swimming techniques, casualty simulation, MOOCs,

Issue 20, page 18 – library help, mountaineering skills, tractor driving

Issue 21, page 13 – cricket scoring,

Issue 22, page 13  – canoeing skills, dog agility, university degree

Issue 26, page 12 - cookery goals

Social action

Issue 13, page 11

Statistics

Issue 8, page 26 – stats 2009/2010

Issue 9, page 21 – statistic gathering on eDofE

Issue 10, page 25

Issue 11, page 8 – reporting on eDofE

Issue 13, page 25

Issue 16, page 11 – 2012/13

Issue 19, page 11 – 2013/14

Issue 22, page 11 – stats 2014/15

Strategy

Issue 11, page 6 – DofE strategy overview

Issue 11, page 44 – fundraising strategies

Structure

Issue 12, page 17 – Los, OAs, groups, centres…

Training

Issue 1, page 17 – e-Induction course

Issue 6, page 15 – Expedition Supervisor Training Course

Issue 7, page 36 – Introduction to the DofE course

Issue 11, page 15 – DofE Leadership programme

Issue 17, page 13 – EAAS

Issue 18, page 33 – Leadership programme

Issue 19, page 25 – Volunteer Management Toolkit

Issue 23, page 6 – courses overview

Issue 26, page 35 - DofE Expedition Skills training course

Issue 26, page 37 - Award Verifier course

V talent year residentials

Issue 4, page 6

Volunteering

Issue 1, page 8 – renaming section

Issue 1, page 18 – volunteering case studies

Issue 8, page 31 – grow your own Leaders

Issue 19, page 13 – Scotland case studies

Issue 19, page 26 – cricket coaching

Issue 23, page 8 – the value of volunteering

Volunteering by adults

Issue 3, page 20 – Leader’s Toolkit

Issue 3, page 25 – importance of leadership

Issue 3, page 34 – leadership skills

Issue 5, page 34 – Young ambassadors

Issue 5, page 35 – Mental Health support

Issue 8, page 31 – grow your own Leaders

Issue 8, page 31 – building adult support networks

Issue 14, page 35 – Olympics

Issue 19, page 22 – using parents as volunteers

Issue 19, page 25 – Volunteer Management Toolkit

Issue 21, page 24 – long-term volunteers

Issue 25, page 31 - Volunteers Week

Volunteering section advice

Issue 3, page 18 – programme ideas moving sections

Issue 5, page 35 – Mental Health support

Issue 7, page 16 – helping silver surfers

Issue 8, page 31 – grow your own Leaders

Issue 14, page 15

Issue 14, page 20 – sports leadership, head boy/girl,

Issue 15, page 35 – vets, church choirs

Issue 16, page 13 – websites, GP surgery,

Issue 17, page 18 – politics, social media,

Issue 18, page 18 – community interest companies

Issue 19, page 18 – Neighbourhood Watch,

Issue 20, page 18 – exchange time initiatives,

Issue 21, page 13 – school volunteering, young carer,

Issue 22, page 13 – social media

Issue 23, page 8 – the value of volunteering

Issue 26, page 19 - volunteering in a charity shop

Issue 26, page 23 - Sports leadership, political parties

Website

Issue 9, page 26

Issue 11, page 25 – wonders of the web

Issue 21, page 15

Issue 22, page 33

Welcome Pack

Issue 8, page 22 – square version launch

Issue 26, page15 - latest price

YHA

Issue 14, page 27 – new deals

Issue 23, page 31 – free offers for Leaders

Young Leaders

Issue 1, page 34

Issue 5, page 34 – Young ambassadors

Issue 11, page 15 – DofE Leadership programme

Young mums project

Issue 13, page 21

Young people

Issue 15, page 20 – youth group case study

 

 

 

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Magazine distribution

 
We send the DofE magazine by post to all those DofE Managers, Leaders and Co-ordinators who are registered on eDofE. We also send copies to registered DofE Accredited Expedition Assessors.
 
If you are not one of the above, you can always read editions of the magazine online and download a digital copy from this page.   If you wish to obtain a printed copy you can order them from DofE Essentials (available through eDofE - postage charges apply).  If you are not included in the above and wish to apply for a personal posted copy, please complete the form here.
 
Bulk copies
In order to prevent wastage and to ensure that individual copies are sent immediately upon publication to all DofE Managers, Leaders, Co-ordinators and Expedition Assessors, we do not send bulk mailings of the magazine. If you require bulk copies for promotional purposes, these can be obtained from DofE Essentials (via eDofE) (postage charges apply).
This system  ensures that DofE operational support and information gets to those responsible for delivering DofE programmes promptly and to named individuals.