How to enter

1.Register for an account at https://aha.awardsplatform.com/ - please use GOOGLE CHROME as your website browser. If you experience problems accessing the site to register please contact your IT department to unblock the site.

2.Review the categories (criteria and submission questions in the 2022 information sheet and decide which best fit your projects, change process or initiatives. You are welcome to submit more than one project into the competition but each project should only be entered into one category.

3.Prepare your entry, check you have followed word limits, and fully answered each question, reflecting the listed criteria. You will be scored again each criteria. Failure to address a criteria in your answers will impact your shortlisting score.

4.Complete the online form. You will be asked to complete full contact details of project team (or nominator / nominee). Please do so carefully as we will use this data to contact you with the results of the shortlisting stages.

Please remember to upload your team/individual photo. This photo will be used in the awards ceremony. 

Make a final check that all details are correct and submit your entry. You may continue to return to your entry and resubmit until the entry deadline.

If you do not receive the confirmation email, please contact the awards team and we will confirm receipt of your entry.

In the event of a problem with your submission, please contact the awards team by calling 02083344500 or emailing rachael@chamberdunn.co.uk.

Key Dates:

Closing Date: 11 January 2022

Ceremony: 8 April 2022, London

 

Judging Process:

If you are shortlisted you will be invited to attend a virtual panel in February to talk more about your shortlisted project.

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