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EAAS course (Expedition Assessor)

Expedition Assessors Accreditation scheme

Outline

Module aim
To provide Expedition Assessors with a clear and consistent understanding of their role and
responsibilities as a DofE Expedition Assessor.

Description

Learning Outcomes:
To identify current knowledge of the DofE’s principles and 20 conditions of the Expedition section and the importance of the aim of the expedition.
To outline the role of the Expedition Assessor and the steps to assessment.
To help Assessors understand the importance of social and personal development within the Expedition section.
To confirm that delegates have the knowledge to ensure that expeditions meet the DofE’s 20 conditions.
To understand the varying modes of travel that can be used for an DofE expedition and the environments in which they can take place.
To understand the processes involved in
the debrief, presentation and eDofE completion part of the expedition and how this can lead to a successful outcome for the participants.
To ensure an understanding of the Supported Assessment process and the

Programme

Day 1: 12/11/2019 | 16:00 - 19:00

Title: Title
Venue: Civic Centre (CCCR / Committee Rooms, Civic Centre), Civic Centre, Victoria Avenue, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, SS2 6ER
Trainer: Carol Parker, D of E & Childrens University Manager

Day 2: 14/11/2019 | 16:00 - 19:00

Title: EAAS
Venue: Civic Centre (CCCR / Committee Rooms, Civic Centre), Civic Centre, Victoria Avenue, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, SS2 6ER
Trainer: Carol Parker, D of E & Childrens University Manager

Outcomes

By the end of session, delegates will be able to:

State and interpret the principles and 20 conditions of the Expedition section.
Explain the aim in terms of its importance within the Expedition section.
Explain the role of the Expedition Assessor.
List the steps to assessment.
State why the Expedition section is important in terms of social and personal development.
Discuss the difference between a debrief and a presentation.
State what paperwork is needed and when.
Check route cards to ensure that the DofE’s 20 conditions have been met.
Check routes in accordance with the DofE’s 20 conditions.
List the modes of travel permitted for DofE expeditions.
Discuss the training/skills/qualifications required for modes of travel.
List the environments appropriate for DofE expeditions.
Explain the process of debriefing and its importance.
Recognise the need for a presentation at the end of the expedition.
Explain the range of presentation options available.
Complete the Assessor’s Report for the Expedition section, using www.DofE.org/Assessor or through eDofE, or by using the Assessor’s Report in the participant’s Welcome Pack.
List the requirements for a Supported Assessment.
Explain the Assessor’s position in relation to safety.

Booking Information

Please book via the SLN

Audience

School DofE leaders

12 Nov 2019 16:00 - 19:00

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Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme
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Day 1: 12 Nov 2019 16:00 - 19:00
Title
Civic Centre (CCCR / Committee Rooms, Civic Centre), Civic Centre, Victoria Avenue, Southend-on-Sea, SS2 6ER
Trainer: Carol Parker
Day 2: 14 Nov 2019 16:00 - 19:00
EAAS
Civic Centre (CCCR / Committee Rooms, Civic Centre), Civic Centre, Victoria Avenue, Southend-on-Sea, SS2 6ER
Trainer: Carol Parker
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