Starting Compass

The structure of the program gives Participants the chance to develop in key areas contributing to their overall well-being.

After a Participant has registered for the appropriate level (with the help of a parent or Award Coordinator) they can start their The Compass Award journey.

HOW TO GET STARTED

BELOW IS AN OUTLINE OF STEPS NEEDED TO START THE COMPASS AWARD

You’ve read the info. From here, contact us to see if your school runs The Compass Award. If not, we would be happy to make contact with the school and speak to them about running the program. It’s always helpful for parents to speak to the schools too.

Please complete the form below to start the process...

Are you inspired to get started on your Compass Award journey?

Please complete the form below to see if your school runs The Compass Award and we’ll do the rest.

So you have been asked to be a Mentor …

Read more here [to mentor section]

or drop us a line by completing the form below...

The Compass Coordinator plays a very important role facilitating a participant’s journey through The Compass Award.

Read more here [to coordinator section]

 

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You’ve read the info. From here, contact us for further information about starting The Compass Award at your school


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form below to start the process...

LET'S GET STARTED!

Interested in becoming part of The Compass Award. If so, connect with us using the form below and a Compass Award team member will be in contact to get the process started.

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