Awards & Accolades

Awards & Accolades

Please have a look at our News page for recent Awards articles.

       
2019 Adult Learning Australia scholarship winner Greg Nelson              2019 City of Melville Mayor's Award Libby Cook

          2019 City of Nedlands community Citizen of the Year, Jenny Tessler 

             RWN tutor Sean Peel Volunteer of the Year  

2016 WA Volunteer of the Year - Hank Koster                 2018 Peel Volunteer of the Year Sean Madden

 


In 2012 Read Write Now won the Western Australia Community Organisation of the Year Award. The award recognises Western Australian volunteer organisations that provide innovative leadership and through best practice in volunteering, bring about positive and enduring change to their community. The Award was accepted on behalf of Read Write Now by Program Manager Marcia Barclay and Central Institute of Technology Managing Director Neil Fernandes. They are pictured (below) with His Excellency Malcolm McCusker AC QC (former) Governor of Western Australia and the Honourable Robyn McSweeney MLC, (former) Minister for Volunteering. 

Throughout its history, Read Write Now has garnered many awards and acknowledgements for the organisation, the extraordinary individuals who are involved in a volunteer capacity, and for the students. These awards have been at a national and local level.

Adult Learners Week Awards included the following categories - Winner:

  • Outstanding Program
  • Outstanding Partnership
  • Service Contribution Award (Individual)
  • Outstanding Learner
  • Outstanding Learner, Individual over 60 years
  • Outstanding Learner, Migrant
  • Outstanding Learner New Migrant
  • Outstanding Older Learner
  • Outstanding Student
  • Outstanding Tutor (Volunteer) three times
  • Outstanding Provider (Community Organisation)

Community Services Industry Award - Winner 'Valuing Volunteers'

Finalist in the Premier's Awards for Excellence in Public Sector Management Services to Regional and Remote Communities.

Read Write Now Program Manager Marcia Barclay and Central Institute of Technology Managing Director Neil Fernandes pictured with His Excellency Malcolm McCusker AC QC (former) Governor of Western Australia and the Honourable Robyn McSweeney MLC, (former) Minister for Volunteering.