Entries for the 2020 Awards open on 24 February and the entry phase runs until April 10. An entry for the Awards needs a great deal of planning, as well as robust data that shows sustained results — which means that it’s not too early to start planning your entry for 2020.
Start thinking about what story your team might share, and don’t forget to familiarise yourself with the eligibility criteria. You’ll find everything you need to get started below.
Kua kati kē ngā tono mō 2019. He tika anō kia āta whakaaro, kia āta whakatakoto i tō tono. Me whai raraunga tika e whakaatu ana i te mauroa o ngā hua - nā konei te kī atu kia tīmata ināianei ki te whakatakoto i tō tono mō 2020.
Whakaarohia ngā kōrero hei whakapuaki mā tō rōpū - kei wareware hoki ki te tirotiro i ngā tikanga māraurau. Kei raro nei ngā kōrero katoa hei āwhina i a koutou.
WHERE TO START
HEI TĪMATA AKE
Before you start putting your entry together, make sure you check out the following resources – including helpful tips from past judges, finalists and winners.
I mua i te whakariterite i tō tono whakauru, tirohia ēnei rauemi - me ngā kōrero āwhina mai i ngā kaiwhakawā me ngā toa o ngā tau ki mua.
Ngā Pātai Auau
Check out the eligibility criteria and get answers to the most common questions about entering the Awards.
Tirohia ngā tikanga māraurau me ngā whakautu ki ngā pātai auau mō te whakauru ki ngā Tohu.
These resources will help you tell a clear and compelling story about your team’s achievements.
Hei āwhina ēnei rauemi i a koe ki te taki i tō kōrero kia mārama, kia manawarū hoki mō ngā tutukitanga a tō rōpū.
Your evidence is a key part of your entry. Find out how to put it to best use in your entry.
Ko ngā taunakitanga tētahi wāhanga tino whaitake o tō tono. Tirohia ngā kōrero kia mōhio me pēhea te whakamahi kia whai hua ai ki tō tono.
Tips from Judges and Entrants
He Kōrero Āwhina mai i ngā Kaiwhakawā me Ngā Kaitono o ngā tau ki mua
We asked past judges as well as previous finalists and winners, how to write a successful story.
I pātaihia ngā kaiwhakawā me ngā toa o ngā tau ki mua, me pēhea e tuhi ai tētahi tono whakauru kia angitu ai.