DoE Bronze Practice Journey The Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award Bronze Practice Adventurous Journey An introduction to adventure and discovery in the great outdoors, Bronze level is about working as a team and developing an understanding of expedition preparation and planning. The stepping-stone to the qualifying journey, the Bronze practice journey is an overnight event in [location, ie one of…
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DoE Bronze Practice Journey
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award Bronze Practice Adventurous Journey
An introduction to adventure and discovery in the great outdoors, Bronze level is about working as a team and developing an understanding of expedition preparation and planning.
The stepping-stone to the qualifying journey, the Bronze practice journey is an overnight event in [location, ie one of Auckland’s regional parks].
An opportunity to put your skills into practice and get your gear list figured out for future journeys, this trip is a big learning curve that’s lots of fun.
After packing your own backpack, you’ll walk to your destination, prepare the campsite and sleep in a tent, before packing up and tramping back the next day.
Bronze Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award
Congratulations on signing up and starting your journey with The Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award. This is the first step towards achieving the Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award; Adventurous Journey.
Aiming to ‘encourage a spirit of adventure and discovery’, participants gain expedition preparation and planning skills as part of teamwork in the great outdoors to build solid foundations for future adventures.
Social Nature Movement has designed events that cater to all levels of experience, including those that have little outdoor experience. At Bronze level participants have the opportunity to develop these skills further during the Bronze Practice Journey and Qualifying Journey.
Pre-requisites: Bronze Planning and Training.
Dates and locations: You choose.
Duration: Two days / one night.
NCEA credits for The Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award participants
NZQA NCEA credits Social Nature Movement The Duke of Edinburgh’s (DoE) International Hillary Award Adventurous Journey Auckland New Zealand NZ Bronze Silver Gold International Award Training Practice Qualifier Qualifying Journey dofehillary
Apply for NCEA credits while doing your Duke of Edinburgh Award.
BRONZE AWARD – NZQA Unit Standards (US) Level 1
• Wellbeing – 3 credits (496, v.10)
• Generic CV Building – 2 credits (504, v.8)
• Be interviewed for an informal, one to one, face to face interview – 2 credits (1293, v.7)
• Communicating as part of a team with a routine task – 2 credits (3503, v.6)
• Creating a Presentation – 3 credits (5946, v.8)
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- First Aid Kit
- Personal Locator Beacon (PLB)
- Hot thermos
- Knife and saw
- Emergency shelter
- Repair kit
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Clothing and Equipment list for the Duke of Edinburgh Award
First Aid kit
Pack rain cover
Day pack / mission bag
Sleeping bag liner
Knife / multi tool / swiss army knife
Tent / Shelter / Fly / Bivouac
Wind and Waterproof Jacket
Wind and Waterproof Pants
Insulation (fleece, down, synthetic)
Bottom layer (polypropylene)
Wide brimmed leather hat
Cooker and fuel
Boots, gaiters, camp shoes
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