Nominations are now open for the 2022 PWAPM Awards. This year sees three categories of award – the overall Excellence Award, Female Administrator Award, and Female Trainee Award.
PWAPM Excellence Award 2022
Don’t just say your nominee is outstanding – prove it!
Proudly sponsored by BASF, the 2022 PWAPM Excellence Award seeks to recognise and highlight the achievement of a woman who has advanced in the pest management industry.
Nominations are now open for inspiring women within the industry who embody leadership qualities and embrace the principals of corporate responsibility.
The PWAPM Excellence Award winner will be recognised as a woman in the pest control industry that has not only shown outstanding leadership, but has dedicated her time and energy in making notable contributions to the development and growth of others within the industry.
Nominations are open to women working in upper management, sales representatives, manufacturers, technicians, insurance, and research organisations within Australia.
Female Administrator of the Year Award 2022
Proudly sponsored by PCT International, the PWAPM Female Administrator of the Year Award recognises an outstanding administrator working in the Pest Control Industry.
For many pest control businesses, the administrator is the backbone; the hub that keeps it together; the cog that keeps the wheels turning.
Do you know of an outstanding female administrator that has gone above and beyond in their role?
Your nomination should include examples of how the administrator has shown excellence in her work, as an individual and as a member of a team, as well as how she has contributed to our industry in a broader sense.
Female Trainee of the Year Award 2022
Proudly sponsored by Bayer, the PWAPM Female Trainee of the Year Award recognises an outstanding trainee working in the pest control industry
Trainees are the future of our industry. We want to recognise a female that has strived for and achieved success, best practice, and innovation in training.
Do you know of an outstanding female trainee that has gone above and beyond in their role?
Your nomination should include examples of how the trainee has shown excellence in her work, as an individual and as a member of a team, as well as how she has contributed to our industry in a broader sense.