Awards Dinner

 

WHEN

Thursday 28 November

 

WHERE

The University of Melbourne
Venue TBC
Address TBC, Parkville, VIC

  

FULLY BOOKED

 

 

 

2019 CEAV Awards Dinner

Thursday 28 November 2019

6.00pm - 10.00pm

The University of Melbourne, University College

The Awards Dinner provides the Australian Centre for Career Education an opportunity to thank and congratulate the hard work of Careers Practitioners across Victoria and Australia.

It is a great opportunity for delegates to enjoy a three course meal with their colleagues, while networking with like minded career education professionals and enjoying live music and a photo booth!

 

Don't miss out on your opportunity to attend the 2019 Awards Dinner!

You must RSVP to the awards dinner during the registration process.

If you are not attending the Conference you may still attend the Conference Awards Dinner.

 

PACKAGE
AWARDS DINNER INCLUDED
IN REGISTRATION? 
COST (inc GST)
Full Conference (3 Days)
YES
No additional charge

1-Day Conference (1-Day)

NO
$120
Small Schools
Full Conference (3 Days)
YES
No additional charge
AWARDS DINNER ONLY
 
$150

 

 

2019 Awards

In the tradition of honouring outstanding contributions to the careers fraternity, the Australian Centre for Career Education is proud to announce that appolications are open for the 2019 Awards!

The Ruth Chapman Outstanding Service to Career Development Award 

This annual CEAV award is offered in memory of Ruth Chapman (25.01.29 - 17.07.08) for her outstanding contribution to career education in Victoria. CEAV acknowledges that Ruth Chapman lived the principles of exemplary practice, service and dedication to the career development of young people, her colleagues and the wider community throughout her life.

CEAV Members can login and find more information about the 2019 Awards and access nominations forms here.          

   

The David Osborne Regional Careers Practitioner Excellence Awards 

This annual award acknowledges the outstanding contribution of Life Member, David Osborne (25.01.45 - 23.11.14) to CEAV since 1980. His extensive involvement with schools, career practitioners, the Board of Studies and VTAC exemplified his commitment to the field of career development.

CEAV Members can login and find more information about the 2019 Awards and access nominations forms here.

The Christine Jolly Award for a new Careers Practitioner Scholarship

This annual CEAV award is offered in memorz of Christine Jollu (28.03.49 - 17.05.10) a life member of the CEAV and a dedicated careers counsellor who established innovative careers programs in three secondary schools over a 30 year span. It is open to career practitioners new to the role who have demonstrated innovation in their career practice. The winner of the Christine Jolly Award receives a $500 scholarship towards their continuing professional develpment which must be used to enrol in the CEAV Graduate Certificate course in Career Development Practice.

CEAV Members can login and find more information about the 2019 Awards and access nominations forms here.

 

The Maryanne Mooney Excellence in Careers Service Perpetual Trophy 

This annual award is in memory of CEAV Training Manager Maryanne Mooney (27.05.58 - 05.04.14). Maryanne established the CEAV Training division for the association. Maryanne Mooney's education career spanned a number of decades and states. She was highly regarded in a wide range of educationl settings and this award has been developed to acknowledge the need to celebrate the outstanding careers services offered by our members to young people across the state. It recognises the commitment the school is making to acknowledge the importance of quality career devleopment programs for young people.

CEAV Members can login and find more information about the 2019 Awards and access nominations forms here.