Oceania Regional Awards 2017

InfoComm International ® is pleased to launch its Oceania regional awards programme in 2017. The InfoComm awards programme is a unique opportunity to give AV professionals within Oceania’s AV industry the recognition they deserve for their outstanding contributions, leadership and commitment to excellence.

InfoComm Oceania regional awards winners will be announced and recognised on the first show day at Integrate 2017 in Melbourne (29 August 2017).

The nomination forms for each category can be found below, except for the Volunteer of the Year Award. Each form includes details on eligibility, criteria and submission requirements.

The Process

2017 Awards applications will be accepted and judged by a dedicated InfoComm regional awards committee for the following five categories:

  • Oceania CTS Holder of the Year Award
  • Oceania Educator of the Year Award
  • Oceania Distinguished Achievement Award
  • Oceania Women in AV Award
  • Oceania Young AV Professional Award
  • Oceania Volunteer of the Year Award (winner selected by InfoComm staff)

The Categories

Oceania CTS holder of the Year Award


This award calls attention to the AV industry by recognising Certified Technology Specialist™ holders (CTS®, CTS-D and/or CTS-I) who are achieving rewarding and successful careers in the audiovisual and information communications industries.

Oceania Educator of the Year Award


This award highlights important contributions made by an individual to the professional development, education and training of the AV industry. These contributions have impacted audiences throughout the Oceania Region.

Oceania Volunteer of the Year Award


This award uncovers and celebrates the volunteer who has contributed greatly to the association and who is not recognised in other ways for that contribution. It is awarded for contributions made to the association within the last one to two years. This award winner is determined by staff.

Winner will be decided by InfoComm Staff

Oceania Distinguished Achievement Award


This award's overall purpose is to call out an individual recognised by association members and the industry as worthy of a lifetime achievement award. Two major criteria are applied — the career accomplishments and the individual's contribution to the AV industry through InfoComm International. The Distinguished Achievement Award is the highest honour bestowed on an industry member by the association.

Oceania Women in AV Award


This award calls attention to the AV industry by recognizing women who are achieving rewarding and successful careers in the audiovisual and information communications industries. This award is judged by the WIN Regional Organising Sub-Committee.

Oceania Young AV Professionals Award


This award calls attention to the AV industry by recognising that young people are achieving rewarding and successful careers in the audiovisual and information communications industries.

  • To see the entry eligibility and to nominate candidates
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Where to next

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