The award is also given for an agency worker, a tourist guide, an employee in a hotel or camp, an employee in a restaurant or bar, a private landlord, a host of a tourist farm, a maritime worker, a road worker and a salesman. The Days of Croatian Tourism, the largest gathering of tourist workers in Croatia, will not be held this year due to the coronavirus epidemic. Candidates for the selection of employees of the year can be submitted by tourist boards exclusively through the county tourist board, professional associations, companies, local self-government units, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of the Interior, other Ministries of the Republic of Croatia and the Croatian Institute of Public Health. Croatian National Tourist Board already the eighteenth year awards prizes Man – the key to success, employee of the year. The awards are part of the program to mark the Day of Croatian Tourism, the largest gathering of tourism workers in Croatia. The public call is available on the official website Croatian National Tourist Board, and the application form is available via LINKS. Applications are accepted exclusively through the online application form until 11 November 2020 by 12:00. Photo: HTZ Following this, this year the Croatian National Tourist Board will reward employees who have made a significant contribution to the quality of tourist services and safety, health and protection during the tourist season 2020, and has opened online applications for Annual Croatian Tourist Awards 2020 in the category “Man – the key to success, employee of the year”. Man – the key to success, employee of the year The goal of this award is raising the quality of service and hospitality of employees in tourism and other tourism-related activities, which directly affects raising the level of guest satisfaction, spreading the positive image of Croatian tourism and the overall experience of Croatia as a tourist destination. Reward “Man – the key to success, employee of the year” this year is awarded in total 12 categories. From that three are new: for border police officers, health care workers and civil protection workers. Man – the key to success, employee of the year However, the Croatian National Tourist Board has decided to reward employees who have done their job well, dedicatedly and in the best possible way in significantly more difficult conditions. Photo: HTZ
“Precautionary measures should be takenas the typhoon could cause flooding, landslides, storm surges, and accidentsthat could endanger lives and property” said Mayor Evelio Leonardia. Leonardia issued a memorandum directingthe City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (CDRRMC), especiallyits implementing arm City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office, all villageofficials, and allied agencies to heighten their preparation for theapproaching typhoon. Last week, Negros Occidental Gov.Eugenio Jose “Bong” Lacson also issued order to the DRRMO of theprovince to go on “blue alert” status./PN Although this city is not along the typhoon’s projected path, outer rain bands may bring scattered rains and thunderstorms, thestate weather bureau added. The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysicaland Astronomical Services Administration said the typhoon, which entered thePhilippine Area of Responsibility over the weekend, is expected to cause moderateto heavy rainfall in this city and some parts of Negros Occidental. He said that the need for contingencyplans to be in place, such as the identification of possible evacuationcenters, and the preparation of rescue equipment, personnel, food and medicine. BACOLOD City – This capital city wasplaced under a “blue alert” status to heighten preparedness, measures andprecautionary actions following the upcoming landfall of typhoon Tisoy (international name: “Kammuri”).
The search is on to find and recognise the unsung heroes of golf who inspire others to take up and enjoy the game.England Golf is seeking nominations for its annual awards which will recognise, celebrate and reward individuals and groups who have made outstanding contributions to ‘raising our game’ and building a bright future for the sport.The winners will be those who contribute within golf clubs, schools, county golf partnerships, training schemes, national companies or many other programmes.The closing date to make a nomination is Friday, 27 November 2015. The awards will be presented at a national conference in April 2016.The awards support the England Golf Strategic Plan, Raising Our Game, which aims to create more players, more club members, strong golf clubs, winning golfers, outstanding championships, an improved image for golf, and excellent governance.Past winners include:Jake Conroy of Little Hay, Hertfordshire, who has cerebral palsy and champions both junior and disability golf and spends much of his time volunteering.Margaret Bedford of Strawberry Hill, Middlesex, who has transformed the junior section at her club and raised its profile in the local community.Mark Rozenbroek of One Stop Golf, Hull, who has creating the ‘ultimate golf gaming centre’ where people of all ages and abilities can enjoy the game.Gareth Snelgrove, a PGA coach of Hagley, Worcestershire, who has created a local pathway offering school pupils a fun taste of the game and follow up opportunities for coaching in the club’s junior academy and golf club membership.The categories for the 2016 awards are:Young Volunteer of the YearRecognising a young individual, aged 25 or under on Friday 27 November 2015, who has shown outstanding dedication and contribution to the gameVolunteer of the YearRecognising an individual who has shown outstanding dedication and contribution to the gameLifetime Service AwardRecognising an individual who has contributed to the game over a sustained period of time with outstanding achievement and successTalent Pathway AwardRecognising a group or individual who have supported talented young players by developing and strengthening the links between the club and the county talent pathwayParticipation Award Recognising a group or individual who have increased the number of regular golfersMembership AwardRecognising a group or individual who have recruited and retained club membersInnovation AwardRecognising a group or individual who has helped to change the image of golf, improve communication in the sport and/or developed partnerships with other organisations 29 Sep 2015 Nominate that special someone for an England Golf award
10 Oct 2019 Rafiah ready to shine again in Irish test GIRLS’ SQUADRafiah Banday (Royal Mid Surrey GC and Surrey)Libby Bell (Gosforth Park Ladies GC and Northumberland)Louise Burke (Broadstone GC and Dorset)Lydia Cryer (Nelson GC and Lancashire)Rachel Gourley (Arcot Hall GC and Northumberland)Lottie Woad (Farnham GC and Surrey) Photograph credit: Leaderboard Rafiah Banday is hoping to extend her winning streak against Ireland when she competes for England in this weekend’s eagerly-anticipated Under-16 international challenge match.The Surrey golfer is part of a 12-strong squad – six boys and six girls – to face Ireland over two days this weekend at Hunstanton GC in Norfolk.Last year’s event at Limerick GC proved to be a runaway success for England as they secured a comprehensive 15.5-8.5 victory on away soil.For Royal Mid-Surrey GC player Banday, though, the weekend proved to be especially sweet.The talented 17-year-old swept to victory in all three of her matches – one foursomes, one fourball and a singles – to further enhance her growing reputation in junior circles.She was one of only three players – Caitlyn Whitehead and Ben Schmidt were the others – to rack up three points from three.Playing in a team alongside rising stars of the boys’ game – including Conor Gough and Schmidt – Banday looked at ease as she totted up a hat-trick of successes.On the morning of day one she partnered Ellie Gower to a one hole victory over Irish opponents Beth Coulter and Anna Dawson.Later that afternoon Banday was in tow with Daisy Kennedy as they brushed aside the threat from Lucia Masding and Katie Poots to win at the 14th.Finally, Banday rounded off a terrific weekend with a comprehensive 5&4 singles triumph over Poots who must have been fed up at the sight of her formidable opponent.Banday is very much looking forward to going head-to-head against Ireland in Norfolk this weekend as part of a team that continues to build for major team events in 2020.“It was a good experience to play golf in Ireland last year – the conditions at Limerick were pretty wet but I played quite well to win my three games,” admitted the modest Banday.“It’s a really different experience to play in match play events as most of the tournament we play as individuals are stroke play.“I played against Spain Under 16s as well this year and it was really good – even though we didn’t win.“The biggest thing I’ve learned is to keep your focus and not give up. Anything can happen in match play.“I played a few match play events at my home club, but not so many.“It seems strange as it’s all just golf – but stroke play and match play are two very different formats.“In match play you can have a bad hole, pick up and move on. You can bounce back quickly and you have to learn not to get upset at one bad hole.“The girls are all great and I’ve played with them in a number of events now and we’re all good friends.”The focus for both the girls and the boys this weekend is to gain vital experience in team events and formats as they build towards the European Team Championships and Home Internationals in 2020 and beyond.The Regional and National junior squads will also meet up for coaching over the winter months with one-to-one coaching and advice for the players forming part of a personal development plan. BOYS’ SQUADHugh Adams (Hagley GC and Worcestershire)Jack Bigham (Harpenden GC and Hertfordshire.)Josh Berry (Doncaster GC and Yorkshire)Jack Ingham (Eindhovensche, Holland.)Harley Smith (Rayleigh GC and Essex.)Reis Suart (Welwyn Garden City GC and Hertfordshire.)