Conditions of entry

​​Individuals

To be considered for an award, the following conditions of entry must be met.

  • Applications must be submitted via the WA Training Awards application portal by 5.00 pm on Friday 13 May 2016.
  • Applicants must apply for one category only.
  • Applicants must meet all eligibility criteria.
  • Applicants must personally address all criteria.
  • Applicants’ overviews must be no longer than 300 words.
  • Selection criteria responses must be no longer than 400 words per criterion for student applicants and 600 words per criterion for trainer applicants.
  • All applicable sections of the application portal must be completed.
  • Applicants must attach at least one signed written reference in the application portal.
  • In addition to the required attachments, applicants may attach no more than five A4 pages.
  • By entering the Awards, finalists and winners agree for their photographs, profiles and training details to be used for promotional purposes by the Government of Western Australia. Applicants must complete and attach the Talent release form in the application portal to substantiate this.
  • Applicants must comply with Department standards in regards to training, workplace health and safety, and industrial relations matters.
  • Applicants agree to notify the WA Training Awards immediately should there be a change in an applicant’s circumstances with regard to their training or employment.
  • Semi-finalists must participate in the Semi-finalist Judging Day sponsored by MEGT on Friday 15 July 2016 to remain eligible.
  • Applicants must agree to abide by the decision of the selection panel and no appeals will be entered into.
  • Category winners* must be available to attend the Australian Training Awards Finalist Week and Presentation Dinner in Darwin 14–18 November 2016 and a two day professional development session in October 2016.
  • Applicants* acknowledge that should they win their WA Training Award, their original application will be submitted to the Australian Training Awards. The Australian Training Awards will allow State winners to update content only where there is new information or information has changed between May and October 2016. Applicants will not submit a new application or have the opportunity to rewrite it.

*Does not include Cultural Diversity and International Student winners.

Organisations

To be considered for an award, the following conditions of entry must be met.

  • Applications must be submitted via the WA Training Awards application portal by 5.00 pm on Friday 13 May 2016.
  • Applicants must meet all eligibility criteria.
  • Applicants must address all selection criteria.
  • Applicants’ overviews must be no longer than 500 words.
  • Applicants acknowledge that the information submitted in their overview will be summarised and used as an organisation profile should the organisation be selected as a finalist.
  • Selection criteria responses must be no longer than 800 words per criterion.
  • All applicable sections of the application portal must be completed.
  • Applicants must attach a signed letter of endorsement from the Chief Executive Officer/Managing Director of the organisation in the application portal.
  • In addition to the required attachments, applicants may attach no more than 10 A4 pages.
  • By entering the Awards, finalists and winners agree for their photographs, profiles and training details to be used for promotional purposes by the Government of Western Australia.
  • Applicants must comply with Department standards in regards to training, workplace health and safety, and industrial relations matters.
  • The Department may refuse to proceed with an application at any time where an applicant is under investigation by the Department or has unresolved issues with the Department.
  • Finalists must participate in an on site visit conducted by the selection panel between 25 July and 5 August 2016.
  • Applicants must agree to abide by the decision of the selection panel and no appeals will be entered into.
  • Should a WA Training Awards winner be shortlisted as a finalist for the Australian Training Awards, the organisation must be available to participate in the Australian Training Awards judging process and attend the Australian Training Awards Presentation Dinner on 17 November 2016 in Darwin.
  • Applicants acknowledge that should they win their WA Training Award, their original application will be submitted to the Australian Training Awards. The Australian Training Awards will allow State winners to update content only where there is new information or information has changed between May and October 2016. Applicants will not submit a new application or have the opportunity to rewrite it.

 

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