DRI CANADA - Awards of Excellence Program

The DRI CANADA Awards of Excellence Program for 2017 is now open to receive applications.  Interest in the DRI CANADA Awards of Excellence program has grown year over year, and for 2017, we are introducing some new and exciting changes to the process.  This is our 10th year for the DRI CANADA Awards of Excellence and once again, the DRI CANADA Awards of Excellence will be presented at a new Business Continuity Management Symposium in June of 2017.

This year, there are four (4) separate categories of the DRI CANADA Awards of Excellence:
  The DRI CANADA Awards of Excellence honour individuals who are leaders and innovators in the fields of Business Continuity and Technology Recovery (BC/DR).  DRI CANADA believes that it is our duty to recognize and celebrate excellence and we have committed to continuing the Awards of Excellence program to achieve this strategic goal. The DRI CANADA Awards of Excellence Team is excited about the process for selecting the recipient for the Lifetime Achievement, Student, DRI CANADA Builder, and Volunteer of the Year awards. Nominations for the Awards of Excellence program open on January 31, 2017 and we are looking forward to receiving your nominations and reviewing your submissions. The DRI CANADA Awards of Excellence provide a unique opportunity for professionals to be publicly acknowledged as leaders in their field.  The process is straight forward and it’s easy to enter – click on the link below for more detail on each category and the application process.  Nominations are open until April 28th, 2017.  
 
It is again my pleasure to invite you to participate in the DRI CANADA Awards of Excellence Program. Click awards2017@dri.ca for more information.  Please call Perry Ruehlen at 1-844-228-8135 or email perry@dri.ca for more information.
 
John Yamniuk, MBCP, Chair
DRI CANADA Awards of Excellence
Lifetime Achievement
 
This Lifetime Achievement award is granted to a person who has demonstrated exceptional achievement within the Business Continuity and Technology Recovery (DR) industry. Such achievement must be demonstrated by the professional excellence over the course of a significant career.
 
Nominees must be a DRIC member in good standing with a minimum CBCP or CFCP designation and be active in the BC/DR industry for a minimum of 20 years. Nominations must demonstrate, in a maximum 1000 word statement, expertise covering the DRI Professional Practices, professional credibility and involvement in the industry.
 
Nomination can be submitted by any member and the honor will be granted by DRIC following a judging process.
 
DRI CANADA Builder
 
This DRI CANADA Builder award is granted to a professional who has made a significant contribution to the development and growth of DRI CANADA.
 
Nominees must be a DRIC member in good standing with a minimum ABCP, CBCP or CFCP designation. Nominations must be submitted in a maximum 1000 word statement describing how the candidate has implemented or developed an innovative solution or tool, or has demonstrated commitment and leadership. A minimum of two nominations is required in order to have the award granted.
 
Student Scholarship
 
This Student Scholarship Award is granted to recognize a post-secondary student who has, in the past year, presented an exceptional scholarly work (academic paper, report, project, presentation, etc.) to mitigate or resolve business operational issues by using the DRI Professional Practices for Business Continuity Practitioners.
Submissions must include an executive summary of the scholarly work, written by the applicant to a maximum of 1,000 words.  The application must also be endorsed by a professor, instructor or senior member of the institution, validating the educational program and the student achievement.

The award will be granted by DRIC following a judging process. This award includes a $2000 scholarship. 
 
Volunteer of the Year

The Volunteer of the Year award is granted to a person who has demonstrated exceptional achievement and commitment to the Business Continuity and Technology Recovery (DR) industry through volunteering efforts.

Nominees must be a DRIC member in good standing with a minimum ABCP, CBCP or CFCP designation and be active in the BC/DR industry for a minimum of 20 years. Nominations must demonstrate, in a maximum 1000 word statement, expertise covering the DRI Professional Practices, professional credibility and involvement in the industry through volunteering efforts.

Nominations can be submitted by any member and the honor will be granted by DRIC following a judging process.
 

 
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