Online Record Book

The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award Online Record Book is the new online system to help participants to record their progress through their DofE programme. Please find below instructions on how to use the Online Record Book (ORB).
 
  1. Adding your activities on the ORB
  2. Logging your activities on the ORB
  3. How to upload your Assessor's report
  4. Completing your Adventurous Journey Section

1. Adding your activities on the ORB​

2. Logging your activities on the ORB






3. How to upload your Assessor’s Report:

a. Send Activity to Assessor for approval via email
b. Upload a hard copy of the Section Summary

a. Send Activity to Assessor for approval via email:

i - After you navigate to a particular Award Section, click 'SEND' at the bottom of the page as shown below:


 
ii - Check under 'FILES' to see whether your assessor has submitted their report.


 
b. Upload a hard copy of the Section Summary:

i - Once you complete the required number of logs click on 'Award Summary' from the dropdown menu at the top of the ORB homepage as shown below:


 
ii - Then click on 'Download Summary for Assessor' under each Section as shown below:



iii - After your assessors complete the summaries you downloaded, you should navigate to each Section and upload the scanned file using the 'UPLOAD FILE' button as shown below.


 
4. Completing your Adventurous Journey Section

a. Preparation and Training


Click on Preparation and Training on the left hand side of your ORB homepage as indicated by the red arrow numbered 1 on the below screenshot. Then please navigate to the ACTIVITY tab as indicated by the red arrow numbered 2. You will then see a list of 11 Preparation and Training Activities where you will need to tick a little box and add the date for each of them. After you fill in all these details click UPDATE. The 11 Activities come under the 4 Training Sections you completed as follows:
 
  1. Understanding of the Adventurous Journey Section
    • Understanding of the Adventurous Journey
    • Team building and leadership training
    • Competency in the mode of travel
    • Observation and recording skills
    • Understanding the impact of the journey on the environment
    • Appreciating the culture within the journey's environment 
 
  1. First Aid
    • First Aid and emergency procedures 
 
  1. Camp craft & use of equipment
    • Necessary equipment and how to use it
    • Camp craft, including food and cooking 
 
  1. Navigation & Route Planning
    • Navigation
    • Route planning

 
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