Online Record Book (ORB) for Award Leaders

Online Record Book (ORB) for Award Leaders

ORB – 2.1.1 – Award Leader User Guide

Introduction
The Online Record Book (ORB) is a web platform that allow participants to record their activities and submit their awards, and also allow Award Leaders to monitor participants’ progress and approve submitted Awards.

 

These videos are for Award Leaders who are participating to the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award programme. It provides detailed, step-by-step guidance on how to use the new Online Record Book web interface.

 

Once logged on to the Online Record Book you will be able to view your To-Do List displayed as the landing page.

 

From your To-Do List you can manage different Award sections and activities such as:

  • Accept new participants who have not yet been assigned to an Award Leader
  • Review and approve new registrations
  • Review and approve/ask for revision of any new activity request
  • Review and approve/ask for revision of any requests of section sign-off (including Adventurous Journeys)
  • Review and approve/ask for revision of any requests of Award sign-off

 

Once a participant has started their Award activities, the Award Leader’s role is to mentor them through their Award with advice and encouragement.

 

Via the Online Record Book, Award Leaders are able to manage either all participants registered to their Unit or participants assigned to them personally, depending on the settings set by their National Operator/Regional Office.

 

The Online Record Book can be accessed via this link.

 

The Award Leader User Guide can be downloaded below:

Online Record Book (ORB) – Award Leader User Guide (English)

Online Record Book (ORB) – Award Leader Panduan user (Indonesian)

Version 2.1.1

Course Materials

18 Comments

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  • It was wonderful doing the course, it was interactive and I learnt a lot. I will go over it a few times.
    Question: will I have a certificate now that I finish the course or I have more to do? Thank you.

    David King Reply
    • Learning Manager

      Good day,

      Thank you for the positive comment, we value your feedback and comments.

      There is no certificate issued for this course, as there is no assessment.

      It was designed so Award Leaders can go back and re-watch a section again.

      Kind regards,

      Heyns du Bruyn
      Learning & Development Manager

      Learning Manager Reply
  • The course was very informative..have learnt a lot..

    Juzer Shaikhally Reply
  • The course was informative and it made me clear some doubts. However, I am looking forward to implementing them when my participants are officially registered.

    Amos Owiti Reply
  • i have enjoyed the said training.it was highly informative.

    atta jan Reply
    • i have learnt a lot.

      atta jan Reply
  • it was wonderful and interactive course.i have learnt a lot.

    atta jan Reply
  • Its very nice to go with the detail of what to do right from the very begining. Thank you!

    Rishav Khanal Reply
  • I have better understanding award implementation now.

    Mikail Serce Reply
  • The course was indeed informative . thank you

    Lebasoko Baleilomaloma Reply
  • Nice to keep updated and easily done

    Doobrajsing Adjodha Reply
  • this was a simple effective course, as simple as the ORB is to use…

    Ricardo Henry Reply
    • Learning Manager

      Good day,

      Thank you for the positive feedback!

      Kind regards,
      Heyns du Bruyn

      Learning Manager Reply
  • It was easy to follow and clear to understand. I have learnt a lot. When I use the system and practice, it will become more meaningful. Thank you.

    Bahar Karaege Reply
  • Course was informative. Will need to go over a few times to really become familiar to assist the participants. Will I get a certificate?

    Marisa Crawford Reply
    • Learning Manager

      Good day,

      The course is only online self-study and no certificate of completion is issued.

      Kind regards,
      Heyns du Bruyn

      Learning Manager Reply
  • Interesting, definitely useful and a good resource to refer back to.

    Clare Leonard Reply
  • This has been eye-opening a lot of questions have been answered

    Mayamiko Zainga Reply

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