PATA Chapter Awards 2014

Posted: Tue 17 Jun, 2014 11:22 AM

PATA Chapter Awards 2014

Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) invite your Chapter to join the 2014 PATA Chapter Awards competition.

Each year, special awards are presented to recognise outstanding achievements
by PATA Chapters. The 2014 Chapter Awards will be presented at PATA Executive Board and Board Meeting Dinner on Saturday, September 20, 2014 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
The winning Chapters will be asked to present their achievements at our PATA Chapter Colloquium on Friday, 19 September, 2014 also in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
There are two types of awards:
SPIRIT OF PATA
Awarded to the Chapter that best illustrates the aims and objectives of PATA consistently and progressively over a number of years.
AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
Awarded to the Chapter that best exemplifies
dedication to the development of travel to-from
-and-within the Pacific Asia region over the
previous two years, in a manner consistent with
the aims and objectives of PATA.
 
ELIGIBILITY
Activities/projects implemented by individual 
PATA Chapters during the 2013 calendar year 
are eligible. These may be either:          
• initiated or sponsored by the Chapter, or: 
• implemented by PATA headquarters or a PATA regional office in collaboration with a Chapter 
Activities/projects may relate to all facets of PATA Chapter activity including research, development, education, training, heritage or environmental conservation, inter-chapter relations, workshops, seminars, trade shows, exhibitions, promotions, 
advertising, communications, public relations, scholarships and community relations. 
Chapters with a strong commitment to sustainable development generally, and responsible tourism specifically, will receive priority. 
JUDGING PANEL
The panel shall comprise of representatives from Chapters and the PATA management team. Judging will take place in August 2014. 
JUDGING CRITERIA
The judges will look for: 
 
• Clearly stated objectives of activity/project 
• Success in meeting stated objectives 
• General impact of project 
• Follow-up to determine project's effectiveness 
• Organisational efficiency, professional execution and quality of operation 
• Self-reliance in funding 
• Volunteer involvement in implementation 
HOW TO ENTER 
No entry form is required. To enter, please submit a report not longer than three pages and representative samples of support material via e-mail, no later than August 19, 14, to Sutarat at chapters@PATA.org  
Please indicate award category, dates of project operation and number of attendees or participants.Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) invite your Chapter to join the 2014 PATA Chapter Awards competition.


Each year, special awards are presented to recognise outstanding achievements by PATA Chapters. The 2014 Chapter Awards will be presented at PATA Executive Board and Board Meeting Dinner on Saturday, September 20, 2014 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.


The winning Chapters will be asked to present their achievements at our PATA Chapter Colloquium on Friday, 19 September, 2014 also in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.


There are two types of awards:


SPIRIT OF PATA

Awarded to the Chapter that best illustrates the aims and objectives of PATA consistently and progressively over a number of years.

 

AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

Awarded to the Chapter that best exemplifies dedication to the development of travel to-from-and-within the Pacific Asia region over the previous two years, in a manner consistent withthe aims and objectives of PATA. 

 

ELIGIBILITY

Activities/projects implemented by individual PATA Chapters during the 2013 calendar year are eligible. These may be either:  

       
• initiated or sponsored by the Chapter, or: 

• implemented by PATA headquarters or a PATA regional office in collaboration with a Chapter 


Activities/projects may relate to all facets of PATA Chapter activity including research, development, education, training, heritage or environmental conservation, inter-chapter relations, workshops, seminars, trade shows, exhibitions, promotions, advertising, communications, public relations, scholarships and community relations. Chapters with a strong commitment to sustainable development generally, and responsible tourism specifically, will receive priority. 


JUDGING PANEL

The panel shall comprise of representatives from Chapters and the PATA management team. Judging will take place in August 2014. 

 

JUDGING CRITERIA

The judges will look for:  

• Clearly stated objectives of activity/project 

• Success in meeting stated objectives 

• General impact of project 

• Follow-up to determine project's effectiveness 

• Organisational efficiency, professional execution and quality of operation 

• Self-reliance in funding 

• Volunteer involvement in implementation 

 

HOW TO ENTER 

No entry form is required. To enter, please submit a report not longer than three pages and representative samples of support material via e-mail, no later than August 19, 14, to Sutarat at chapters@PATA.org  Please indicate award category, dates of project operation and number of attendees or participants.


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