L&D Practitioner of the Year 2012 Winner – Rustica Lamb
The judges noted that the work provided by the winner was built on solid best practice. All commented on the creative ways ideas were presented and noted how the winner was continually looking for new and innovative practices in the Learning and Development world. They all recognised the added value the winner brought beyond what they were contracted to do and that a number of pieces of work produced have become the standards for the organisations with which the winner has partnered.
NZATD Education Trust
2012 Training Awards
Learning and Development Practitioner
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FOCUS OF THE AWARD
NZATD, in association with NZATD Education Trust, introduced the Learning and Development Practitioner award to recognise excellence among individuals actively engaged in the Learning and Development profession. Rather than focus on particular skills e.g. facilitation, it seeks to acknowledge that individuals may exhibit excellence within the profession through a range of expertise that may span a range of different learning disciplines, for example (but not limited to) needs analysis, instructional design, assessment and evaluation, e-learning, facilitation; managing the learning and development function, etc.
The winning professional needs to, in one or more of the following, have:
- Demonstrated consistent excellence in their chosen speciality/ies over a number of years, and / or
- Made an outstanding contribution to the profession over a number of years, and / or
- Achieved something truly outstanding in the learning and development field within the past two years.