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Join us for the prestigious AUDE awards ceremony at the annual conference gala dinner on Wednesday 5th April 6:30pm - 11pm at St George's Hall, Liverpool to celebrate this years winners and highly commended teams and individuals.
The 2023 AUDE awards ceremony is open for all conference delegates and families! Best of luck to all award entries!Back to the Awards menu page
Six awards will be made during the awards ceremony
The AUDE University Impact Initiative of the Year Award
Recognition for a specific initiative having a significant positive impact on the institution, the sector and/or the profession.
The AUDE Award for Reaching Higher
For those that have gone above and beyond the usual realm of their institution, benefiting their local community and having a positive impact on those outside of the usual student and staff community. If your estates and facilities efforts have created links with the local community, worked in partnership with business and/or other organisations, demonstrated strong corporate social responsibility values or actively enhanced equality and diversity in all you do - then you could be a deserving winner.
The AUDE Emerging Talent Award
To reward a member of staff, working in estates or facilities, who is making an exceptional contribution and demonstrates great potential for the future. This could be someone brand new to the sector or perhaps an individual who already has career experience but is fresh to estates/facilities management.
The AUDE Estates/Facilities Team of the Year Award
For exceptional team working leading to significant achievement.
The AUDE Chair’s Award for Long Term Contribution
For achievements benefitting the higher education estates/FM community, by an individual, over an extended period of time in a senior position.
New for 2023!
AUDE Supplier of the Year Award
This award is open to all those who supply products and services to the Higher Education Sector (not open to AUDE members).
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