Australian Training Awards

The AMCA is thrilled to announce the instalment of a new national award dedicated to celebrating achievement across the country. Help us recognize excellence by nominating an individual for the National AMCA Training Award. Each year your employees demonstrate their exceptional skill and dedication to our industry, their peers, and the communities we improve. The National Awards program is one way to say thank you to all those who live the AMCA values and go above and beyond the call of duty. Share your pride by submitting a nomination and help us acknowledge our colleagues’ successes, strengths, and commitment to excellence.




Further information

The AMCA conducts a comprehensive training program designed to enhance the skills of people who design, install and maintain the air-conditioning plant, ensure they work safely and then provide them with the management skills they need to advance within the industry. Recognising the achievements of our young people is an integral part of the overall strategy.
The AMCA is proud to recognise the significant achievements of the best and brightest in our industry and celebrate their successes.

Young Achiever/Engineering Student/Graduate

This award is for an individual who is 29 years of age or under as of 31 December 2021 and recognises the dedication and excellence of an individual who is involved in the air conditioning and mechanical contractors' industry.
Nominations can only be made by a third party

Conditions of Entry

Nominees must be a resident of Australia for a minimum of two years. Nominations can be made by anyone, but self-nominations will not be accepted. 
Nominations must be submitted via the award portal 

Nomination Deadline

Nominations must be submitted via our online portal by 5pm 06 August 2021. No late submissions can be accepted.

For onsite/trades category

This award recognises the achievements of Onsite Trades who are working with member companies and who achieve excellence.
The nominee must have completed their training between July 2020 and September 2021. They must be working with AMCA member companies or a group training scheme and employed with an AMCA member for a minimum of six months.
Nominations can only be made by a third party


Winners of each category will be invited to attend the AMCA National Conference 2021 at the Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort, Port Douglas

Career and study achievements

Will have completed all TAFE or industry off the job training to a high standard, have an appreciation and understanding of the importance of education and training in their ongoing development, and will have a broad plan for their future development.