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Young People

Are you 12-25 years old? This section will tell you all you need to know about our awards...

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Youth Work

Scotland is fortunate to have a vibrant youth work sector engaging more than 380,000...

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Schools

Identify the award or range of awards that will help the young people you’re working with...

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Parents

What must we do as parents and carers to support our young people in reaching their potential?

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Employers

Recognising what young people achieve outside of the formal learning environment...

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Awards Aware

Join the community of individuals and organisations that are registering to become...

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Case Studies

D of E - Shawlands Academy

D of E - Shawlands Academy

Teacher

D of E - Shawlands Academy

Shawlands Academy pupils share their experience and impact of achieving the Duke of Edinburgh's Award

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Baqar

Baqar

Young Person

Baqar

Baqar, 16, from Glasgow, suddenly found himself two years ago transported from Iraq to Scotland, unable to speak any English.…

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Graeme

Graeme

Young Person

Graeme

The Queen’s Scout Award is the top Youth Award in Scouting. The award recognises leadership and teamwork and requires high…

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Lauren

Lauren

Young Person

Lauren

Lauren, 18, is working on her leadership qualification to become a Guide Leader with the 295thGlasgow Guide Unit. She’s also…

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Awards Aware

Join the community of individuals and organisations that are registering to become Awards Aware to demonstrate the value that non-formal learning brings to young people, those that support them in learning and achievement, parents and carers as well as employers. Learn More.

What Awards Aware organisations are saying:

“I / we support Awards Aware because... we believe young people should be accredited for the informal learning as well as their formal learning”

Vibrant Communities Service, East Ayrshire Council

“We support Awards Aware because... we value the important contribution that youth awards can make to the progress of our young people, the learning journey they are on and the development of a wide range of their skills. We recognise the impact that such involvement can have on their lives and believe their achievements should be recognised and accredited.”

Beath High School

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