Resources

Find a full list of our policies here:

Our policies

Find our key documents here:

Key documents

All information and resources on our brand can be found below:

Brand Guidelines

The Brand Guidelines are determined by which branding route a country has chosen. They set out the elements governing the Award brand, the application of the logo and supporting visual images. You can access each of the separate Brand Guideline packs, depending on your branding route.

Brand Guidelines: Independent Award Centres

This is the Brand Guidelines for our Independent Award Centres.

Brand Guidelines: NAO Endorsement

This is the Brand Guidelines for National Award Operators who have chosen the Endorsement branding route.

Brand Guidelines: NAO Monolithic 

This is the Brand Guidelines for National Award Operators who have chosen the Monolithic branding route.

Brand Guidelines: Operating Partners

This is the Brand Guidelines for Award Operating Partners.

Brand Guidelines: Supporter Pack

This is the full Brand Guidelines with every branding route included.

Brand Essentials

The Brand Essentials publications are one-page summaries linked to the full Brand Guidelines packs listed above. They are a quick and easy way to see key information regarding your branding route, but are by no means exhaustive. They should always be used in conjunction with the relevant Brand Guidelines pack where possible.

Brand Essentials: Award Centre and Operating Partners

This is the Brand Essentials for Award Centres and Operating Partners.

Brand Essentials: International Award Centres

This is the Brand Essentials for our International Award Centres

Brand Essentials: NAO Endorsement

This is the Brand Essentials for National Award Operators who have chosen the Endorsement branding route.

Brand Essentials: NAO Monolithic

This is the Brand Essentials for National Award Operators who have chosen the Monolithic branding route.


Additional Resources:

Award marketing publications

Publications to promote the Award and encourage new participants and volunteers to get involved.  They are individually targeted to different groups.

Parents: Your young people and the Award

Volunteers: Helping young people to thrive

Schools and teachers: World class learning outside the classroom

Generic Sub-Licence and Guidance Template

This is the template Sub licence and guidance note provided for NAOs who are engaging in licence agreements with Award Centres.

Global Consent Form

We require anyone who shares their photographs and video footage with us to gain the relevant consent for international use from any people featured. Please ensure that those included in any photographs or film footage sign and return this downloadable form, which guarantees their consent for international use of this content for ten years.

Glossary of Terms

The glossary is a reference tool which can be used by anyone who is involved with the Award. This includes Award Operators, participants, partners, supporters, International Award Foundation staff and Trustees. It provides the agreed definitions by the Foundation and its Operators.

External resources:

If you are an adult involved with the Award and want to access key documents and best practice examples, you can sign into The Award Community here:

Award Community

If you are an adult working for the Award around the world and want to access and edit key marketing tools, you can sign into the Brand Centre here:

Brand Centre

If you are a young person who wants to access the Online Record Book, you can log in here:

Online Record Book

The Online Record Book participant training videos can be access here:

Online Record Book participant training videos