Dr. Alan Middleton Workplace Literacy and Learning Award

Online Entry Form

The Dr. Alan Middleton Workplace Literacy and Learning Award recognizes an individual for their outstanding achievement in increasing workplace literacy and essential skills in a workplace in Canada. Please see guidelines and criteria below.

Please complete this online entry form by Friday, May 30, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. EDT. All fields are required.

Name of Nominee:
Title:
(ie. HR Manager, Line Supervisor)
Organization Name:
Organization's Sector:

Name of Nominator 1:
Title:
(ie. HR Manager, Line Supervisor)
Organization Name:
Organization Sector:
Mailing Address:
City:
Province/Territory:
Postal Code:
Telephone Number:
Email:
Name of Nominator 2:
Title:
(ie. HR Manager, Line Supervisor)
Organization Name:
Organization Sector:
Mailing Address:
City:
Province/Territory:
Postal Code:
Telephone Number:
Email:
Nomination Rationale:
(maximum 500 words)

I have read and understood the Nomination Criteria

Nomination Criteria and Information

Nomination Criteria

  • The Dr. Alan Middleton Workplace Literacy and Learning Award is open to Canadians who have shown commitment, influence and impact in workplace literacy and essential skills in a workplace in Canada.
  • Nominated candidates have been directly involved in the development of workplace literacy and essential skills programs in a workplace.
  • A candidate must be nominated by two people. A candidate can submit a nomination for themselves, as long as there are two other nominators.
  • Nominators must be completed on the online nomination form, which includes a rationale (up to 500 words) as to why the individual should be considered for the award.
  • A nominated candidate cannot be a member of the board or staff of ABC Life Literacy Canada, or of any organization contracted to ABC Life Literacy Canada.

About the Award

The Dr. Alan Middleton Workplace Literacy and Learning Award, presented by ABC Life Literacy Canada, recognizes an individual for their outstanding achievement in workplace literacy and essential skills in the Canadian workplace.

Nominations can be for individual employees, organization management including HR professionals and CEOs, union representatives and government representatives who have been directly involved in initiating, developing, implementing, establishing and or steering workplace literacy and essential skills training offered to employees in the workplace.

Literacy and essential skills, for the purpose of this award, are defined as any of the following skills identified by the Government of Canada: reading, writing, document use, numeracy, computer use, thinking, oral communication, working with others and continious learning.

The award winner will be honoured at Life Literacy Night in Toronto, Ontario, an event help in September 2014. Transortation and accommodations will be proovided by ABC Life Literacy Canada.

Nominations accepted until 5:00 p.m. EDT on Friday, May 30, 2014.


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