The Howard R. Beattie Award for Professional Contribution

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Category

Counsellor Professional Development

History

In 1978 the OSCA Board of Directors initiated a Professional Contribution award, which was presented for the first time at the 1978 Conference in Toronto.  In 1982 this award was renamed The Howard R. Beattie Award for Professional Contribution in honour of one of the founders of Guidance in this province.

This award is presented to a who has created new and beneficial ideas and techniques for professional use and communicated these through such means as workshops, local leadership and organization of a conference, guidance courses or executive activity.

Criteria

The nominee should meet the following criteria:

  • The candidate must be a member of OSCA.

  • The candidate must have created new and beneficial ideas and techniques for professional use and communicated these through such means as workshops, local leadership and organization of a conference, guidance courses or executive activity.

Procedure

  • The nominator must be an OSCA member and must complete the online nomination form.

  • The nomination should include a description of the the ideas created and/or the activities undertaken by the nominee.