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The NASUWT Recruitment Awards

Conference delegates

Recruitment is essential to the future and continued strength of the NASUWT. Each year the NASUWT aims to recognise the exceptional contribution made by our recruiters with the Recruitment Awards. The awards take the form of a competition with entries being judged and prizes awarded based on activity which has contributed to building the NASUWT. 



Entering the 2017 NASUWT Recruitment Awards

An invitation for nominations for the NASUWT recruitment awards is usually issued to National Executive members and Regional/National Centres early each year with the closing date occurring in February.

 

 

The 2016 Recruitment Award Winners

In 2016, the judges made four awards in three categories, including a special commendation in the Recruiter Of The Year category. The awards are;

Best Communication winner - Walsall Local Association

Recruiter of the Year winner - Rod McCready - Glasgow Association.

Recruiter of the Year, (Special Commendation) - Sally Ridley - Coventry      

Health and safety representative winner - Graham Russell       

Find out what innovative recruitment and organising work the winners put in place in their localities by using the related links section on this page.


2016 Winners Background Stories

Use the link below to find out why the local associations and individuals won the NASUWT Recruitment Awards in 2016. Local Associations can use the work highlighted to inform their own recruitment and organising activities.

2015 Recruitment Award Winners


Previous winners

 

In 2015 there were winners in three categories within the Recruitment Awards. The winners were;

Best Campaign - Doncaster Local Association

Best Communication - Sheffield Local Association

Recruiter of the Year - Alison Leveridge - South Suffolk Association.

Find out what innovative recruitment and organising work the winners put in place in their localities by using the related links section on this page.