Trillium Award

Presented in recognition of a significant contribution to the advancement of the Association and the Medical Laboratory Profession in Ontario.

The criteria for the Trillium Award includes:

  • High profile within the medical laboratory professional community, at any level.

  • Sets a high professional standard as a role model.

  • Must be a member of the MLPAO.

  • Both the quality and quantity of contribution to the profession will be considered.

  • Not necessarily awarded each year.

 

The award includes a certificate, the Trillium gold ring, and an honorary membership with the MLPAO.

Deadline for nomination application submission: June 30th

AWARDS

Richard Lafferty "Excellence in Writing" Award

 

Presented to a person that has made an outstanding contribution to the MLPAO Advocate.

MLT Student Achievement Award

 

Annually (Fall), an email will be sent to all programs for nominations.

The award is given to the graduating full-time clinical year student who has achieved distinguished academic status and who possesses the following attributes:

  • Outstanding performance both in theoretical and practical work.

  • Endeavours to reach a deeper level of knowledge and understanding than required.

  • Demonstrates ability to work independently and as part of a team.

  • Demonstrates reliability through attendance and punctuality.

  • Has earned the respect of his/her peers through cooperation and assistance.

  • Demonstrates maturity through a positive attitude.

 

Value: $100.00 cash award
One year membership
Student Achievement Certificate

Nomination letter of recommendation outlining above attributes, student's transcripts and a brief description of the institution's grading system must be submitted.

Nominations can be emailed to mlpao@mlpao.org

MLA/T Student Achievement Award

 

Annually (Fall), an email will be sent to all programs for nominations.

The award is given to the graduating full-time student who has achieved distinguished academic status and who possesses the following attributes:

  • Outstanding performance both in theoretical and practical work.

  • Endeavours to reach a deeper level of knowledge and understanding than required.

  • Demonstrates ability to work independently and as part of a team.

  • Demonstrates reliability through attendance and punctuality.

  • Has earned the respect of his/her peers through cooperation and assistance.

  • Demonstrates maturity through a positive attitude.

  • Candidates must successfully pass the MLPAO MLA/T exam in order to be eligible.

 

Value: $100.00 cash award
One year membership
Student Achievement Certificate

Nomination letter of recommendation outlining above attributes, student's transcripts and a brief description of the institution's grading system must be submitted.

Nominations can be emailed to mlpao@mlpao.org

Jim Braidwood Outstanding Professional Award

 

The Jim Braidwood Outstanding Professional Award is given to the MLT or MLA/T who is highly regarded by professional colleagues for improving work life and professional practice through his/her passion for shared learning and development. 

The Jim Braidwood Outstanding Professional Award recipient:

  • Promotes and supports the sharing of new ideas and learning among colleagues.

  • Collaborates to solve problems and improve workplace practices and morale.

  • Is highly regarded and respected by his/her colleagues for attitudes and behaviours that support an evolving and optimistic work environment.

  • Pursues avenues to engage, inform and educate peers for the benefit of individuals, the organization, and the profession.

  • Must be a member of the MLPAO.

A framed certificate of recognition will be presented to the Jim Braidwood Outstanding Professional Award recipient at their place of work, if possible.

Deadline for nomination application submission: June 30th

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