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Adventure Lifesigns are proud to work in partnership with the Duke of Edinburgh's Award as an Approved Activity Provider (AAP).
As well as providing out-sourcing solutions to schools in the UK, we are a leading expert in overseas DofE expeditions and provide an exceptionally high quality of service.
We currently facilitate overseas DofE expeditions in Morocco, Kenya, South Africa, Norway and Nepal. Please Contact us for further details of other overseas expeditions that are available.
Adventure Lifesigns work closely with DofE South East office and were proud to be the premier sponsor of the prestigious Golden Trangia Award.
Reasons to use us:
From 2010 Local Operating Authorities will only accept applications from licensed Authorised Activity Providers for any Duke of Edinburgh's Award expedition. The Duke of Edinburgh's Award has recognised that Adventure Lifesigns meet the standards required of The Duke of Edinburgh's Award expedition services. This new licence will ensure quality control on your expedition and be a guarantee that your Duke of Edinburgh's Award expedition will meet all the criteria specified in the 20 Conditions.
Organising a Duke of Edinburgh's Award expedition can often involve a lot of extra work. You have the pressure of ensuring your expedition ticks all the mandatory Award requirements. We can now put your mind at rest by guaranteeing that the award itineraries we offer will all meet these requirements and will be recognised by your Local Operating Authority.
We are able to deliver Bronze, Silver and Gold in the UK and abroad.
All training and practice expeditions must be completed in the UK. For UK training we hold our own AALS licence.
The 20 Conditions are applicable to all expeditions. We can support you throughout your expedition process to ensure these are met. DofE want the same standard of expedition abroad as you would have on a UK assessed expedition. This includes remote supervision and self sufficiency during the assessed phase and we comply with these conditions.