Practitioner of the Year
This award recognises an Aboriginal practitioner’s excellence in achieving positive outcomes for Aboriginal children and young people, their families and communities.
- Why do you think this person should be nominated for Practitioner of the Year?
- How has this practitioner demonstrated excellence in working with Aboriginal families? Provide examples.
- What has been the impact or outcomes achieved for Aboriginal families?
Nominations have now closed.
BY NOMINATING, YOU AGREE WITH THE CONDITIONS AND CRITERIA LISTED BELOW:
- Nominees must be an Aboriginal Practitioner achieving positive outcomes for Aboriginal children and young people, their families and communities.
- Individual nominees must be Aboriginal, that being:
- Be of Aboriginal descent
- Identify as an Aboriginal person
- Be accepted as an Aboriginal by an Aboriginal community
- Self-nominations will not be accepted
- AbSec employees are not eligible to vote or be nominated
- AbSec Youth Ambassadors are not eligible to vote
- An individual may not win an Award in more than one category in one year. If a nominee ranks in the first position across multiple Award categories, the AbSec Judging Panel will select the most relevant category for that nominee to win the Award for.
- Awards will not be granted posthumously
- No weight is given to the number of times a person is nominated
- 2 x referees are required to verify nominees information
- Finalists will be required to be interviewed and photograph to be used on our website and social media
- Aboriginality to be confirmed when completing online nomination of nominee