The Expedition Assessor Accreditation Scheme (EAAS) training provides a route to accreditation for those who wish to assess DofE/JAI expeditions. Expedition Assessors check that expeditions meet the DofE's required 20 conditions.
The e-induction and EAAS pre-course e-learning modules must be completed in advance of the course, as well as the Gold Assessor e-learning (for Assessors at Gold level, or those assessing in wild country). Access the e-learning fromwww.DofEtraining.org.
The EAAS training course covers the role and responsibilities of the Expedition Assessor and is normally delivered as a one day course.
You will require to be approved by your Licensed Organisation, Area Network/Approved Activity Provider within two years of attending the training course. Successfully completing the EAAS training and approval leads to delegates being accredited as an Expedition Assessor and able to assess expeditions.
For further information and introductory course resources, visit the Expedition Assessor Accreditation Scheme webpage:www.DofE.org/eaas
Gaisce - The President's Award and The Duke of Edinburgh's Award work in partnership through the Joint Award Initiative (JAI) to offer Award participants in Northern Ireland a choice of certification for their achievements. This EAAS course will cover the Joint Award Initiative in more detail.
A link to the course details page can be found here: