The Women in Industry Awards have launched for another year, focusing on women excelling across a number of fields.
Last year’s awards saw more than 150 attendees
The awards run across 10 categories
Women are consistently achieving greatness and excelling in their chosen fields within the mining, engineering, manufacturing and process control industries and we think their talent should be acknowledged.
The 2016 Women in Industry Awards recognises and rewards the achievements of women working in the industrial sectors, and aims to raise the profile of women within industry, as well as promote and encourage excellence.
Manufacturers’ Monthly has teamed up with PACE and Australian Mining to acknowledge women who have achieved success through their invaluable leadership, innovation and commitment to their sector.
The program aims to recognise women who are leading change in their chosen field and breaking down the barriers in what can often be male-dominated industries.
The awards seek to single out and reward women who have created innovations, driven productivity, spearheaded change, and provided social and economic benefits through their fields.
The only awards program of its kind to encompass mining, manufacturing and engineering, it also encourages the industrial world to raise the profile of women working in the differing sectors by embracing diversity and flagging clear paths for the next generation to follow.
And with so many thought-leaders together in one room on the night of the awards, it provides a forum for women to meet and exchange information, ideas and solutions to problems and offers individuals an opportunity to expand personal and business networks, maintain awareness of industry developments and make a contribution to other women in the industrial sectors.
Editor of Cirrus Media’s industrial publication Australian Mining, Cole Latimer, said the program was important in recognising the contributions being made to the changing face of industry.
“Though female participation has risen across all industrial sectors in Australia, companies are still focusing on more innovative attraction and retention strategies to foster this growing talent and support young women working in the sector.
“Women already working in the sector make up a big part of these support programs.
“They are paving the way for others and achieving great success, and we thinks this needs to be recognised in its own right.”
Any women working in the industrial sector can enter the awards, with the event culminating with a cocktail event to be held next year.
So help us recognise the women making a difference today!
Event date: 23 June 2016
Nominations open: 8 Feb 2016
Nominations close: 22 April 2016