The AFTA NTIA Nomination period has now closed.
This section explains the difference between the voted categories and those that are required to complete a written submission and presentation to the AFTA NTIA Judging Panel.1. Voted Award Categories
Following nominations, the award categories listed below will be voted on by the industry and the companies with the five (5) highest number of votes will proceed through to being a Finalist. The company with the highest number of votes will win and this will be announced at the NTIA Gala Dinner on Saturday 18th July.
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2. Judged Award Categories
A two-step process determines Winners in the categories listed below.
Step 1: Nominees in Judged Categories are required to complete an online submission to accept their NTIA nomination.
All submissions will be marked by an independent assessor. The 5 highest scoring submissions in each category will proceed through to being a Finalist. These categories are NOT voted categories.
Step 2: The 5 Finalists will be required to make a presentation to the NTIA Judging Pannel. Judging will take place between Wednesday 10 - Friday 19 June 2020.
Best Travel Writer is submission only. Face to face judging is not required.
The judging schedule will be posted here in due course.
Please note, due to the time commitments of the AFTA NTIA Judging Panel, these dates are unable to be altered. If a person is unable to attend their scheduled Finalist presentation, they may nominate an alternate in the case of company categories. No alternates are permitted in the case of individual categories.
AFTA has compiled a list of the top 5 tips for those Finalists making a presentation to the AFTA Judging Panel.
These tips are based on feedback from previous year's judging and will assist you in preparing for your presentation and best utilising the time allowed.
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