Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

GET are proud to be a licenced International Trained Activity Provider (ITAP).

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‘The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation licenses external organisations that are suitable to deliver the Adventurous Journey section and Residential Project with Independent Award Centres (IAC) – these organisations are called International Trained Activity Providers (ITAPs).’

‘The International Award is an exciting self-development programme available to all 14 to 25 year olds.”

DSCF2731GET provides a range of opportunities for young people to complete the programme at the various levels: Bronze, Silver & Gold. Our main focus is on the Expedition component of the Award, offering trips which encompass both the practice and assessment ventures

Schools opting for a trip based on one of our Expeditions are able to include either a practice or assessment venture for those students opting into the Award scheme. We offer the flexibility of combining several opportunities for school curricular and extra-curricular activities: IB CAS, IA/DofE, and other curricular subject areas. The ‘value added’ to these types of trips gives ALL participants the opportunity to gain something.DSCF2812

The activities we offer for the Expedition ventures include: Trekking, Camel Riding and Kayaking.

Our key destination for the award is Oman, where we have been offering the award for the more than 8 years as a company and over 15 years in previous education settings.  Our experience in Oman for both practice and assessment expeditions offers schools a variety of options for all levels of the award.  For more information on where we do our IA Expeditions please visit our Expedition page.IMG_0832

If you have an alternative idea for a destination or activity, please contact us and we will help you to achieve your trip.  Schools worldwide who operate the Award under a different name are also welcome to contact us for their Award needs.

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