Below are the frequently asked questions associated with the Awards, as well as some common questions. If you have any other questions please contact the Awards team at: [email protected]
Think of the application like nominating, where you select the award/s that you wish to apply for and make your commitment to the process through payment. Once payment is received you will receive the submission pack/s which will have further information on the submission process. The submission is the ‘work part’ where you will be asked to address the criteria and provide supporting evidence.
Yes, you can. The process to nominate an individual or organisation for the AHRI Awards is the same as applying yourself. When applying, simply select which award you would like to nominate someone for, login or create an AHRI profile for the person or organisation you are nominating, and update their details within the application form. Just be sure that you notify them beforehand so they can expect the confirmation details via email. You will also need to make payment for the application at this point.
Shortlisting panels comprise of representatives from AHRI member committees, leading industry practitioners, academics, award partners and patrons.
The contact person for the application will be notified of the outcome of their submission, on (or before) the day of finalists being announced on the AHRI website and through the ‘What’s on at AHRI’ enewsletter. (approx late Sept)
Yes. In most instances both AHRI members and non-members are able to apply for an AHRI Award. AHRI members receive a discount for each award applied for.
The judging process for the AHRI Awards is based on the Australian business climate, therefore our judging panel would be unable to properly assess the application. Eligible organisations must have an Australia-based operation to apply. Refer to the AHRI Awards terms and conditions