How do I do dofe out of school?

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    Me and a group of friends want to do dofe silver but our sixth form doesn't do it. I know you can do it without the school but I can't seem to find how you apply for it. Any help to direct me would be appreciated?
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    Me and a group of friends want to do dofe silver but our sixth form doesn't do it. I know you can do it without the school but I can't seem to find how you apply for it. Any help to direct me would be appreciated?
    Hiya...you should check out their website http://www.dofe.info/en/content/cms/...tting-started/

    I think you should be able to do dofe outside of school as long as there is a centre offering it nearby.

    I believe there are different modules for the different levels but volunteering is a big part of it. That's easily done outside of school. I used to work for NCS and that used to count towards dofe (the voluneering and outdoor activity parts). If you're the right age to go on NCS then it would be worthwhile experience
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    Hiya...you should check out their website http://www.dofe.info/en/content/cms/...tting-started/

    I think you should be able to do dofe outside of school as long as there is a centre offering it nearby.

    I believe there are different modules for the different levels but volunteering is a big part of it. That's easily done outside of school. I used to work for NCS and that used to count towards dofe (the voluneering and outdoor activity parts). If you're the right age to go on NCS then it would be worthwhile experience
    Thanks for answering, I contacted a centre and it turns out that's it costs like £290 which is way more than I expected it to be. I guess I'll have to pay the amount 🙁
 
 
 
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