The article must be published in COGNICA or the Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy in the two years preceding the award event.
The premier ACSESS award given in recognition of the recipient’s outstanding contributions to the Association and the staffing industry in Canada.
The chapter of the year is selected based on a regional chapter’s support of the ACSESS mission and key objectives, and delivery of services to members at the local level.
Presented to an ACSESS member company that has shown an extraordinary commitment to, and genuine concern for, the community at large.
Presented to a company in the staffing services industry that has demonstrated outstanding performance in workplace health and safety.
Presented to an ACSESS member who has demonstrated exceptional leadership and commitment to ACSESS over an extended period of time.
Presented to an ACSESS member in recognition of their exceptional contribution to a project or initiative that raises industry standards and/or enhances ACSESS services.
The Albert S. Barber Award was instituted in 1982 to recognize outstanding contributions to the advancement of the philosophy and practice of Co-operative Education in Canada. The award honours Dr. Albert (Bert) S. Barber, the “Father of Co-operative Education in Canada,” who played a major role in paving the way for the promotion and advancement of Co-operative Education in Canada. As a proponent of the co-operative concept, Dr. Barber consulted with universities and colleges across the country and abroad, leading to the introduction of Co-operative Education programs at many educational institutions.
This award is intended to recognize an exemplary contribution to CACEE. The contribution or accomplishment must be specific and definable. It may constitute one single act or a number of cumulative activities over several years.