The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award
(The Duke of Ed or D of E) is a global program whose goal is to challenge, empower and recognize young people between the ages of 14-24. The Award has a long history of working with Cadet Programs in Canada due to many shared values and missions.
So, here at 690 Lakeshore Squadron, an award leader is present to help co-ordinate and guide eager Cadets towards achieving the award.
The award is offered at three different levels, each requiring more commitment:
Bronze (minimum 13 weeks)
Silver (minimum 26 weeks)
Gold (minimum 52 weeks)
(musical instrument, drill practice, etc.)
(volunteer car washes, Remeberance day parades, etc.)
(Friday night sports, Monday sports nights, etc.)
(Fall/ Spring Survival FTX, etc.)
*Gold participants will also do a special Gold Project.
1. Participants must be 14 years or older
and can do so at: https://www.onlinerecordbook.org/fo/
2. Registration fee: 50$ (Tax included),
Just sign up under the Quebec record office, and in the 690 Lakeshore Squadron award unit!
Access the Online Record Book for the Duke of Edinburgh Award at: https://www.onlinerecordbook.org/fo/
Or, get the IOS or Android App for your smartphone, called: Orb Participant