In order for young people to gain reward for their Ambassador work we have search ways to ensure they can demonstrate their achievement


Once training has been attended, meetings attended and actions or activities taken place, the mentor is able to award the Unite Ambassador certificate




We have created an AQA unite award ‘Becoming an Ambassador’  which can be used if you are registered to the organisation. You can also use the criteria points to form your own accreditation on a local level


AQA Unit Outcome Details 112971



International Duke of Edinburgh Award

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is a non-formal education and learning framework operating in more than 130 countries and territories around the world, through which young people’s achievements outside of academia are recognised and celebrated.

As an Award participant you will:

  • Design your own Award
  • Set your own goals and record your progress
  • Make a positive impact on the lives of others through community service
  • Learn valuable practical and social skills for career development
  • Connect with other Award participants at home and abroad

How to get started:

  • Register with your nearest operator: Search for the Award regions and locations now.
  • Determine what level is right for you: The Award is divided into three levels; depending on your age and experience, you may choose to start with Bronze and work your way up, or jump straight to Silver or Gold. Your Award Leader will be able to explain more about the three levels and their requirements.
  • Registration fee: There is usually a small registration fee required to cover the cost of your record book and Award administration. This will be handled by your Award Operator.
  • Plan your Award: Once you have registered, your Award Leader will help you plan your programme of activities. You should also receive a record book/access to an Online Record Book to keep track of your activities.
Unite Ambassadors fits very well with the Bronze Award in either the Skills or Volunteering sections. The Skills section of the Award encourages the development of personal interests, creativity or practical skills. For the Volunteering section participants are required to give service (volunteer) over a set period of time. This enables them to experience the benefits that their Voluntary Service provides to others in their community.

To see if you can register for the Award search your country at