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 from www.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 by the LO/AN/AAP 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.