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NFDC TRAINING EXCELLENCE AWARD 2022

THE NFDC AWARD NOMINATION PROCESS

Award entries will open on 8th December 2021 and close on 7th February 2022. 

All nominations are treated in confidence. They are scrutinised by an independent Judging Panel of demolition and construction industry experts, who will select the shortlist, ‘highly commended’ nominee and the ultimate winner based on the criteria set for each category. 

Nominations must be submitted online and supported by either video, or written evidence. There is a strict word limit of 1500 words for written evidence and this limit is inclusive of all supporting information.

All winners will be presented with the Award Trophy at the prestigious NFDC Awards Luncheon, which follows the AGM on 25th March 2022 at The Landmark, London.


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THE NFDC TRAINING EXCELLENCE AWARD 2022
SPONSORED BY NDTG


The ‘Training Excellence’ Award will be given to a company that has shown continued and special dedication to the training and development of their workforce. 

The Award will be given in recognition of the Federation’s policy to address the skills shortage, up-skill the workforce to raise competence and professional standards, provide fair and equal opportunities for the demolition workforce to progress their careers and safeguard the health and safety of the workforce.


TRAINING EXCELLENCE AWARD CRITERIA:
  • Nominees must be active NFDC Corporate Member Companies with ‘Compliant’ status at the time of application.
     
  • Nominations may be made by Company Directors or Employees of that Company.
     
  • Nominations must not be made for another Company – this is a ‘self-nominated’ Award category.
     
  • Nominees must role model the CCDO standards within their company.
     
  • Nominees must be able to provide specific and tangible examples of how they have supported the training and development of new and/or existing Operatives.
    • For example; taking on apprentices and/or new entrants to the industry, technical demolition skills training, CCDO card progression and soft-skills such as leadership development, personal development and mental health and wellbeing.
       
  • Judges will look favourably on Nominations which include relevant supporting information. 
    • For example; employee testimonials, evidence of efforts and initiatives to address the skills shortage, up-skill the workforce, provide fair and equal opportunities for the demolition workforce to progress their careers and safeguard the health and safety of the workforce.
       
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