|Duke of Edinburgh's Award|
|The Nijmegen team strongly supports the Duke of Edinburgh's award. In 2001, the Herts and Bucks Nijmegen Team pioneered the introduction of the Nijmegen Marches counting towards the Gold expedition as an "adventurous project". As a commited member of the Nijmegen team, you will be able to complete the following sections of your D of E award:
By either doing the Nijmegen 2-day training events or Nijmegen itself, you can complete the practise expedition section in your Duke of Edinburgh's award, whether it be for bronze, silver or gold. As with all expeditions, you will get the opportunity to lead the team by navigating through a set part of the route, and making decisions in colsultation with the team leader.
The physical recreation section can be completed by attending the training marches regularly and by showing an improvement.
As Nijmegen is a week long trip, it can go towards the residential project of the gold Duke of Edinburgh's Award.
|D of E|