Family Carer / Foster Carer of the Year
• A remarkable carer who has consistently gone the
extra mile to signiﬁcantly improve the life of their
family member or foster child.
Support Worker of the Year
• This winner exhibits exemplary conduct and makes a
demonstrable dierence to people’s lives. A Support
Worker who has done something extraordinary for
the person or people they look after.
Team Leader/Senior Support Worker of the Year
• A leader or senior sta member who makes a
tangible and on-going dierence to people’s lives,
while motivating their team to do the same. An
enthusiastic carer who takes a truly person-centred
approach to the residents they look after.
Team Player of the Year
• The winner of this accolade puts the team ﬁrst,
communicates well and encourages others to work
to the best of their abilities. This individual sees the
bigger picture of the collective goals the team needs
to meet and strives to achieve them. A valued sta
member whom colleagues look to for inspiration.
Team of the Year
• A cohesive team that has achieved extraordinary
results for those they support, working eectively
together for the beneﬁt of their service users,
residents, students or trainees. These worthy winners
are recognised by the rest of the company as a
model example of providing support and consistently
delivering high standards of care, education or oce
Award for Excellence in Oce Operations
• A valued employee who works within the group in
an admin role; either in a service, regional oces or
at a shared service centre. This winner is recognised
by others as continually going out of their way to
support frontline services and contributes to good
outcomes for the people we support.
Outstanding Achievement of the Year
• An enthusiastic and dedicated carer who has gone
beyond the call of duty to make a profound impact
on the life of a service user, patient, resident or
Manager of the Year
• A manager who is a beacon of encouragement to
service users, families, colleagues and their peers;
an inspiring leader who models great practice and
thus ensures excellent outcomes for the people they
Long Service Award (15+ years)
• This award recognises an employee with over 15
years service who has consistently made a dierence
to people’s lives. This winner is universally respected
by colleagues and peers as always working for the
good of everyone and the wider company.
Head of Service, Locality / Regional Manager of the
• A manager with exceptional leadership skills who
has been inspirational within their service, locality or
regional area. This individual promotes best practice
to their teams and supports them to deliver tailored
care to their residents.
Social Worker / Therapist/ Nurse of the Year
• This winner is passionate about service delivery, using
creative approaches to engage and motivate service
users, patients, children and young people. They
work collaboratively to achieve the best possible
outcomes and ensure the well-being of those they
care for is their highest priority.
Educator/Trainer of the Year
• A devoted educator who has delivered excellent
results and seeks to ensure students and trainees
enjoy the process of learning. This teacher or
trainer will be open to new teaching methods and
dedicated to propelling learners to the height of their
School / Learning Centre of the Year
• An learning or education facility that has excelled in
achieving positive results for its students or trainees.
The winning sta team are innovative and committed
to the delivery of learning outcomes and excel at
meeting the educational and developmental needs of
their students or trainees.
The Michael Hill Charity Community Award
• This award recognises a selﬂess sta member who
goes above and beyond to improve the lives of
others outside of their working day. It rewards their
outstanding community or charity work and their
dedication to worthy causes.