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Interactive Kit List – The Duke of Edinburgh's Award

Interactive Kit List – The Duke of Edinburgh's Award

Unit Leader's page A general tips on leading the D of E scheme expeditionThe Country Code This is the earlier version as a Word file, which can be more useful than the later, revised versionEmergency Procedures An annotated extract from the Duke of Edinburgh guidance. Thank you to Adrian Barker at Award headquarters for permission to use the extractCheckpoint tags Tags for the expedition, developed from the Kent County Council template: Public side       Group sideThank you to Norry Barber, County co-ordinator for Kent for permission to include these.The Highway CodeIdentification Card Guidance on completing your DofE ID card, and a blank template : Inside       OutsideKit ListMenu PlanAnnotated menu plan based on  a templateThank you to Elaine Gladwell, Field Officer for Dartford, for permission to include this.Observing and RecordingGuidance on recording expedition, with  exemplar of student project record (A traditional scrap book that has been scanned into a Powerpoint file) Further project guidance Hints on Producing Reports - A Resource guide Thank you to Elaine Gladwell, Field Officer for Dartford, for permission to include this guide.Observing & RecordingProjectHintsRisk AssessmentsRoute Plan template A template for student route recording, with an example completed student route planRoute Plan templateExampleMap tracing exampleMap tracings are usually drawn on tracing paper (or acetate) for inclusion in the project report.Rucsac packingTo be read in conjunction with the Kit ListThank you to Adrian Barker at Award headquarters for permission to use the extractNew! Pitching a tunnel tent Video of the procedure to pitch a tunnel tent, added as a Teachnet UK project for 2007 by the author Mark PrestonThank you to my colleagues Rose Key and Ian Rowley for their help in filming the video and editing the results! Trowel talkYou may have to dig your own latrines in wild country.Thank you to Jill Lorkin, Field Officer for Gravesham for the art work!Weather and Forecasting Guidance on the weather, with extra Weather Notes Thank you to Jill Lorkin, Field Officer for Gravesham for the art work!Weather and ForecastingWeather NotesChecklist including Dos and Don'tsNational D of E Award web sitehttp://www.theaward.org Local D of E web sites Many local authorities and other organisations have relevant sections on their websiteshttp://www.theaward.org/awardnearyou/ eg Kent Council has www.kent.gov.uk/dofeCookingA couple of web sites offering useful cooking resources to explore:www.mike.gerrish.care4free.net/Cadet%20Training%20Vol%201%20Chapter%208.pdf(Look at section 7 (from page 16) in the PDF file)http://www.goxplore.net/showthread.php?t=431Note: I cannot take responsibility for the suitability of these sitesEmergency First Aid A link to the HSE web site First Aid guidance noteshttp://www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/indg347.pdfFirst Aid training must be delivered by a qualified, up to date First Aider.D of E Training Countryside code and other educational resourceshttp://www.countrysideaccess.gov.uk/things_to_know/countryside_code/educational_resources/educational_resources Mark PrestonVoluntary Unit Leader for The Duke of Edinburgh's Award Dartford Grammar School for Girls Shepherds Lane DartfordT: 01322 223123 extension 244F: 01322 294786E: mp@dartfordgrammargirls.kent.sch.uk W: www.dartfordgrammargirls.kent.sch.uk M I Preston Dartford Grammar School for Girls 2006 



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