Judging Criteria: Ian Galloway Memorial Cup, Paul Stuart Memorial Award & Mark Mitchell Memorial Trophy

The following criteria will be used for judging the Individual Awards (except for the Emerging Recreation Leader of the Year). A weighting of x 1.5 is applied to criteria 2 and 8 to reflect their greater importance. The nomination MUST respond to each of the judging criteria under the criteria heading (e.g. 1-9). This aids the judges that spend their voluntary time to score the nominations.

  1. Contribution to the sector within the nominee’s paid employment1.

  2. Contribution to the sector in a voluntary or non paid capacity (NB. x1.5)

  3. Contribution to the wider industry outside of the specific sector they are working in

  4. Length of service to the sector

  5. Relevant qualifications, awards and recognition previously gained by nominee

  6. Degree of innovation or uniqueness of any contribution made

  7. The impact of what the nominee has achieved

  8. The output of their opinion and the leadership role they have taken such as research, discussion papers and contributions to industry training (NB. x1.5)

  9. Perceived mana within their sector or industry

Judging Criteria: Emerging Recreation Leader of the Year

The following criteria will be used for judging Emerging Recreation Leader of the Year. A weighting of x 1.5 is applied to criteria 1 and 7 to reflect their greater importance. The nomination MUST respond to each of the judging criteria under the criteria heading (e.g. 1-7). This aids the judges that spend their voluntary time to score the nominations.

  1. Demonstrates significant leadership for someone relatively new to profession and has potential for providing ongoing leadership in the recreation industry. (e.g. demonstrated action as a result of research, innovative leadership of programme/s and challenging others through discussion papers/reports) (NB. x1.5)

  2. Evidence of individual professional development and learning.

  3. Contribution to recreation within the nominee’s paid employment.

  4. Contribution to recreation in a voluntary capacity. (e.g.: Recreation Aotearoa regional or committee involvement, sports volunteer)

  5. Relevant qualifications and recognition previously gained by nominee. (e.g. Recreation Aotearoa Accredited Recreation Professional (ARPro)

  6. Degree of innovation or uniqueness of any contribution made.

  7. The impact of what the nominee has achieved during their time in the industry. (NB. x1.5)

Outstanding Award Judging Criteria