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At Peat Rigg, we provide both the training and assessments for all levels of the Duke Of Edinburgh Award. We also host 5 day Gold Residential courses, where you will be taking part in many different outdoor activities, working towards your overall Gold award. 
For more information, check the info Package below. 



Training section consists of 2 days and 1 night where you will be developing your map reading skills, team work, communication and learning the 20 conditions.  

Expedition section will be 2 days and 1 night with 6 hours of planned activity on each day.


Silver training will be 3 days and 2 nights. You will increase your map reading skills, develop your campcraft and have more independence and responsibility for yourself and your team.  


Expedition section will be 3 days and 2 nights with 7 hours of planned activity during the day.


Gold training will consist of 4 days and 3 nights. Enhancing all of the skills you developed during your bronze and silver assessments and sharpening your map reading skills ready for the assessment.


The Expedition section will be 4 days and 3 nights. During this time you will have to fill out 8 hours, per day, of a planned activity.


Peat Rigg is the perfect base from which to run Duke of Edinburgh courses, with direct access to both the spectacular lowland areas of the National Park and the North York Moors. All our instructors have the perfect balance of local knowledge and expertise with the safety, back up and resources of a high quality Outdoor Education Centre.

If you wish to book onto a Training or Assessment, please get in touch and we will send over the relevant information for your course.

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