The Awards are open to teams, individuals and organisations, including contract caterers operating in a public sector environment, and if you want the chance to get recognition for yourself, a colleague or your team then you now have extra time.
There are 16 categories available for nomination; exceptions being the Armed Forces Caterer of the Year Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award. The winners will be crowned on Thursday, 13th April at the Hilton London Metropole.
The Lifetime Achievement Award will be given to the individual or organisation who, during a notable career in the industry, has demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities, drive, ideas and inﬂuence that makes them a worthy winner of the highest accolade the industry can bestow. Previous winners have included Andy Jones, Owen Sidaway and Jeanette Orrey.
Matt White, chair of the Public Sector Catering Alliance, said: “You can nominate yourself, your team or a business or organisation who you feel is worthy of recognition of one of these great awards.
“The Awards recognise the awesome work and achievements of your employees, teams and colleagues across the public sector. These prestigious awards raise your business and organisation’s profile and can help attract new talent to your business.”
The categories open for nomination include:
- Care Catering Award
- Catering College Award
- Catering Manager of the Year Award
- Chef of the Year Award
- Contract Caterer of the Year Award
- Education Catering Award
- Health and Nutrition Award
- Hospital Catering Award
- Innovation Award
- Marketing Award
- Special Contribution Award
- Sustainability Award
- Team of the Year Award
- Training and Apprenticeship Award
- University Catering Award
- Unsung Hero