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OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES

01

SERVICE

The Service section of the Award encourages young people to volunteer their time to and understand the benefits of this service to their community.

DOE Malaysia

Connecting with your community by giving service. Any area of interest in the community, such as youth work, the environment or charity work.

Examples of Service:

  • First aid
  • Visiting and supporting people in need, such as the elderly, or those with disabilities
  • Volunteering at a hospital or local care home
  • Sports coaching
  • Charity work
02

PHYSICAL RECREATION

The Physical Recreation section of the Award encourages young people to participate in sport and other physical recreation for the improvement of health and fitness.

DOE Malaysia

Improving your physical fitness and wellbeing. This could be through a team sport, individual pursuit or simply getting out there and working up a sweat.

Examples of Physical recreation:

  • Ball sports - football, rugby, volleyball, basketball, cricket, golf, tennis
  • Athletics - running, jumping, throwing, biathlon, triathlon, decathlon
  • Water sports - canoeing, kayaking, swimming, water polo, diving, kiteboarding
  • Winter sports - skiing, snowboarding, curling, bobsleigh, ice hockey
  • Martial arts - karate, judo, kickboxing, boxing, taekwondo, kendo
  • Animal sports - horse riding, polo
03

SKILLS

The Skills section of the Award encourages the development of personal interests and practical and social skills.

DOE Malaysia

In order to encourage self-discovery and formation of skills in Arts, Communication, Technology and Culture. Unleashing your talents and broadening your abilities.

Examples of Skills:

  • Music - singing, learning to play an instrument, music event management
  • Sports related - sports officiating, umpiring/refereeing, sports ground maintenance
  • Arts and crafts - ceramics, embroidery, jewellery making, drawing, painting, sculpture, photography
  • Nature and the environment - agriculture, astonomy, bee keeping, conservation, fishing, forestry, gardening
  • Communication - film and video, languages, reading, writing, public speaking, journalism, website development
  • Games - billiards, snooker or pool, chess, darts, backgammon
04

ADVENTUROUS JOURNEY

The Adventurous Journey section encourages a sense of adventure and discovery whilst undertaking a team journey or expedition. As part of a small team, participants plan, train for and undertake a journey with a purpose in an unfamiliar environment..

DOE Malaysia

To stimulate a spirit of adventure and discovery whilst undertaking a journey in a group.

Examples of Adventurous Journeys (explorations and expeditions) :

  • Exploring the natural world: glaciation, erosion, geology, coastal studies
  • Exploring river valleys, plant studies, exploring human impact: visitor pressure in national parks, pollution
  • Carrying out health surveys or health education in remote areas
  • Completing a demanding journey by foot, cycle, canoe or kayak
  • Kayaking the entire navigable stretch of a river
  • An extensive sail across an ocean
  • Climbing the Alpine, Himalayan or other montainous peaks
  • Cycling from one end of a country to another

Time Requirements

SERVICES

DOE Malaysia BRONZE

3 MONTHS(15 Hours)

DOE Malaysia SILVER

6 MONTHS(30 Hours)

DOE Malaysia GOLD

12 MONTHS(60 Hours)

PHYSICAL RECREATION

DOE Malaysia BRONZE

3 MONTHS(15 Hours)

DOE Malaysia SILVER

6 MONTHS(30 Hours)

DOE Malaysia GOLD

12 MONTHS(60 Hours)

SKILLS

DOE Malaysia BRONZE

3 MONTHS(15 Hours)

DOE Malaysia SILVER

6 MONTHS(30 Hours)

DOE Malaysia GOLD

12 MONTHS(60 Hours)

ADVENTUROUS JOURNEY

DOE Malaysia BRONZE

Conditions of : 3 - 6 people in one group

The period : Adventurous Journey activities to do for 2 days 1 night . Participants should do at least 12 hours of activity with an average 6 hours a day activity .

Distance: At least 24km

DOE Malaysia SILVER

Conditions of : 3 - 6 people in one group

The period : Adventurous journey activities to do for 3 days 2 nights . Participants also should do at least 21 hours of activity with an average 7 hours of activity a day .

Distance: At least 48km

DOE Malaysia GOLD

12 MONTHS(60 Hours)

Residental Project


DOE Malaysia GOLD

The Residential Project, completed only at Gold Level, aims to broaden participants' horizons through involvement with others in a residential setting

he Residential Project offers Gold Award Participants unique experiences that truly broaden horizons and challenges their outlook. At the heart of the Residential Project is the undertaking of purposeful experience with people who are not their usual companions, working towards a common goal! Adding to this, the young person is also outside of their usual place of residence, often in an unfamiliar environment. It is hoped that the Residential Project rewards Gold Award Participants with a sense of personal achievement, enhanced social connection with new and interesting people, and a truly life changing experience! Reside away from their usual place of residence for a total period of no less than five days and four nights.