Pride of Workmanship

Pride of Workmanship Awards

The Rotary Club of Broome is pleased to announce the

2014 Pride of Workmanship Award Scheme

The Pride of Workmanship Awards is part of Rotary’s campaign to encourage pride and happiness in the workplace.  Rotary would like to invite your business to nominate an employee who deserves the recognition for taking pride in his or her work, displaying enthusiasm, commitment to service and teamwork.

These awards aim to encourage Pride of Workmanship in all vocations and provide employers with an opportunity to recognise employees who display the qualities worthy of such an award.

 Successful nominees will receive their awards at a Presentation Dinner at the Mangrove Hotel on Wednesday 14th May 2014. This is not a competition – if you nominate a worker, we accept your nomination and the employee will receive an award.

 If this scheme appeals to you and you would like to nominate one of your employees, please complete the attached nomination form and return it to the Rotary Club of Broome.

 Help us to help you by encouraging “Pride of Workmanship” in our community.

Nominations must be received not later than Wednesday, 30th April 2014 and sent via email or post to:


 Heather Briggs – Vocational Services Director,

PO Box 3468,

Broome WA 6725

Open Application Form: Pride of Workmanship Award Form

The Pride of Workmanship Awards

are proudly supported by the Shire of Broome          

Pictured below: Our Vocational Services Director Karen Dickinson presents a Pride of Workmanship Award to 2012 nominee Martha Lee of  Nyamba Buru Yawuru (left).Recipients of the 2011 Pride of Workmanship Awards (right).

Pride of Work 1 (2)Broome Rotary Club Pride of Workmanship Award winners