The Duke of Ed is an internationally structured personal development program which engages and connects young people with each other, with adult mentors and with the wider community.

Young Territorian's select their activities and goals, do the activities, record their hours once they reach 100% completion and meet their goals they are then invited to attend The Award Ceremony at Government House to be given their certificate signed by His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh. Their Award is recognised locally, nationally and internationally and is also linked to the NTCET curriculum as an elective. 

The holding of a Duke of Edinburgh’s Award may leverage a young person entering the workforce and when applying for tertiary education.  The program demonstrates that a young person can commit, be consistent and can work with other people. Many young people already do activities outside of school that may be counted towards their education via the DofE program.  The program is structured so it complements existing activities that a student is doing in their own time.  Example AFL:  I go to training once a week, coach juniors at my club and I'm learning the rules of the game to improve my knowledge of the sport, I also attend interstate games or go on school camps.....guess what you are doing Dukes!

DofE is recognised through the SACE board of studies as a Community Development Program which means young people who complete the program receive an Award certificate that may be counted towards their Senior School Certificate ie 10 credit/ 1 subject = a Bronze, Silver or Gold Award certificate. Many Taminmin students have the opportunity to be part of the Duke of Edinburgh program. Contacts are Matt Lee and Casey Veentje
For more information visit.  http://www.dukeofed.com.au/