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The Awards Network is made up of some of the most noteworthy award providers to young people in Scotland.

The Awards Network is a forum of providers of youth work awards providing non-formal learning opportunities for young people,. Its members work together to raise awareness of the range and impact of youth work awards that accredit learning and achievements of young people aged 10 to 25. Its membership includes the largest youth organisations in Scotland along with a range of niche award providers.

The Purpose of Awards Network is to ‘Promote and recognise the achievements of young people gained through youth work awards’.

The Vision of the Awards Network is that ‘Youth Work Awards are widely valued and accepted as critical evidence of every young person’s learning and achievement’.


Archaeology Scotland Website

“Investigating, informing, inspiring. Exploring Scotland’s past, to deliver better futures. At Archaeology Scotland, we encourage and empower people of all… read more

Heritage Hero Awards

British Red Cross Website

The British Red Cross is a volunteer-led humanitarian organisation that helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are. We are part of a global voluntary… read more

The RED Programme

Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (The) Website

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award (DofE) helps young people build life-long belief in themselves, supporting them to take on their own challenges, follow their… read more

DofE Awards

Education Scotland Website

Education Scotland is a Scottish Government executive agency charged with supporting quality and improvement in Scottish education and thereby securing the… read more

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FOTA (Friends of the Award) Website

Friends of the Award in Edinburgh & the Lothians (FOTA) is both a not-for-profit company, limited by guarantee, and a charity.  Established… read more

JASS Award

Glasgow Kelvin College Website

Glasgow Kelvin College is the newest of Glasgow’s three regional further education colleges.  Formed by the merger of John Wheatley, North Glasgow… read more

Community Achievement Award

John Muir Trust Website

The John Muir Trust is a membership based conservation charity dedicated to the protection and experience of wild places. The Trust was founded in 1983 and was… read more

John Muir Award

RSPB Scotland Website

The RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) is the country’s largest nature conservation charity. Its aim is to inspire everyone to give nature a… read more

Wild Challenge Award

SCDI Website

Founded in 1931, The Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI) is an independent membership network - representing a cross-section of the private,… read more

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Scottish Government Website

The Scottish Government is responsible for education and skills development in Scotland.Policy responsibility for key areas contributed to by the work… read more

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SCQF Partnership Website

The SCQF Partnership is a company limited by guarantee and is a Scottish registered charity. It is responsible for the Scottish Credit and Qualifications… read more

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Social Enterprise Academy Website

The Social Enterprise Academy is a social enterprise that connects changemakers with transformational learning and development. We believe in the power of… read more

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The Wood Foundation / YPI Scotland Website

Applying the principles of venture philanthropy, The Wood Foundation teams in the UK and Africa invest money and expertise to upskill and… read more

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Trinity College London Website

The awarding body responsible for Arts Award is Trinity College London. Since its launch in 2005, the award has grown quickly and is now flourishing in arts… read more

Arts Award

TSIs - Scotland’s Third Sector Interfaces Website

Saltire Awards is the Scottish Governments national scheme for recognising and rewarding youth volunteering. The Saltire Award is run by… read more

Saltire Awards