All young people in Western Australia are empowered to explore their potential and achieve success through participation in our youth achievement and recognition Award programs.
To provide, promote and preserve a framework of Award participation that equips, engages and empowers all young people in Western Australia to explore their potential.
Our work will be guided and informed by our beliefs and commitments to:
Inclusiveness – we respect people, value diversity and are committee to equality
Participation – we value and recognise the engagement of our Participants and the contribution of volunteers within their organisations and communities
Quality – we strive for excellence through continuous improvement
Openness – we are committed to a culture of teamwork and collaboration
We work with an amazing community of stakeholders including: our Participants, Award Leaders, schools and community groups, Government Departments (Department of Communities), other Award Authorities, Sponsors, other not for profit organisations, Ambassadors, Adult Mentors for our Participants (Assessors) and a vast range of youth service providers.
Our Duke of Ed Award Structure
- Katie Brown — Chief Executive Officer: Connect with me on LinkedIn
- Teagan Brown — Program Manager
- Delys Day — Administration Manager
- Mark Enright — Accounts Manager
- Mittal Panchal – Admin Assistant and Open Award Centre Leader
Download the 2017 Strategic Plan HERE
October 24, 20172016/2017 Annual Highlights Released
October 24, 2017Awardees and Volunteers Shine at 2017 Award Ceremony
June 28, 2017Buy your 17/18 Entertainment Book and support the Duke of Ed in WA