The Institute for Telecommunications Professionals (ITP) launches the Chris Seymour Award for Women in Telecoms to recognise the outstanding contribution that women make to the sector.
Applications welcome from women who have a minimum of five years experience in the industry and can demonstrate technical or business leadership skills that excel in one of these areas:
Significant achievements in the sector
Long term excellence
Original research on telecoms technology
Judges will be looking for details of objectives, actions taken and measurable outcomes along with an overview of their outstanding role in the industry. Prizes include a trophy and a cash award along with the chance to be featured in The Journal, the ITP’s leading magazine for the industry.
The ITP awards are presented at the ITP’s Annual Dinner on the 29th of October in London, where the finalists will have the opportunity to mix with industry-leading professionals.
The closing date for entries is Friday 31st July 2015.
Award open to all women in the telecoms industry
Five years of experience
Membership of the ITP is not required, but is preferred
Adam Oliver, Chief Executive Officer of the Institute of Telecoms Professionals, said: “We have set up this award to recognise the key contribution that women make to the Telecoms industry. The ITP is focused on helping people develop their professional skills and we want to recognise those who are inspirational to our sector. The ITP Awards celebrate the best upcoming Telecoms talent and we are proud to bring this new award to the industry.”
You can join the ITP for only £11 per month where you would be able to gain all the benefits of Seminars, Knowledge Calls, Behind the scenes visits, Mentoring, The Journal magazine and Professional Registration up to Chartered Engineer status. If you are not a Member you may wish to register for one of our “Becoming a Member” knowledge calls to find out more.
If you would like to be considered for the award please contact Mike Harbon on email@example.com for an application form.