AVIXA Oceania Awards
Oceania Regional Awards 2019
Now in its third year, AVIXA is again recognising outstanding achievements of AV professionals for their contributions to Oceania’s industry.
The award winners were announced and celebrated at the annual AVIXA awards ceremony on Tuesday, 27 August 2019 in Melbourne at Integrate. View the winners below (pictured with AVIXA CEO Dave Labuskes).
(L-R) Boey Song, John Thampi, Tyler Wood, Ryan Gomes, Michael Rutledge, Paul Dabrowski, Peter Swanson, Dave Labuskes, Garth Cahill
This award's overall purpose is to call out an individual recognised by association members and the industry as worthy of a lifetime achievement award. Two major criteria may apply: the career accomplishments or the individual's contribution to the AV industry through AVIXA. The AVIXA Distinguished Achievement Award is the highest honour bestowed on an industry member by the association.
This award highlights important contributions made by an individual to the professional development, education, and training of the AV industry. This award is presented annually for outstanding achievement in AV education for that particular year.
This award recognises women who are achieving rewarding and successful careers in the audiovisual and information communications industries.
This award recognises Certified Technology Specialist™ holders (CTS, CTS-D and/or CTS-I) who are achieving rewarding and successful careers in the audiovisual and information communications industries.
This award calls attention to the AV industry by recognising that young people are achieving rewarding and successful careers in the audiovisual and information communications industries.
This award calls attention to individuals who contribute to the association’s mission. This award winner is determined by AVIXA staff.