HYDAC recognised as an ABA100 Winner for training excellence

HYDAC International

Tuesday, 27 August, 2019

HYDAC recognised as an ABA100 Winner for training excellence

HYDAC has been recognised as an ABA100 Winner in The Australian Business Awards 2019 for training excellence. Now in its 14th year, The Australian Business Awards program provides notable opportunities for high-performing organisations which implement world-class business initiatives and develop innovative products and services to be acknowledged and honoured for their achievements both nationally and internationally. The national winners are benchmarked in the international chapter of the program at The World Business Awards whereby participants are provided with the unique opportunity to benchmark themselves against the top performers globally.

Peter Agius, HYDAC’s National Sales & Marketing Manager, said the award recognises HYDAC’s achievements in the development of the company’s National Training Program.

“The fluid power industry is challenged to improve safety and reliability, reduce the size and weight of components and systems, and reduce the environmental impact of their work,” he said. “In order to stay competitive, fluid power companies must be open to the concept of lifelong learning for their staff and support them through continuous improvement. We aim to help these companies offer courses that are designed to keep engineers on the top of their game.”

“Innovation is vital for every company, but it’s even more important for business growth and expansion,” said Tara Johnston, Program Director, Australian Business Awards. “Innovation makes it easier to grow, regardless of the size of the business. You need new, unique ideas, and the ability to bring them to market before the competition.

“The Australian Business Awards exist to highlight new products, methods and ideas within the Australian industry. The awards resonate with our mission of promoting the development of Australia’s innovation culture and technological capability.”

Each year the ABA100 winners are recognised for their innovative initiatives, products and services, which are leading business and digital transformation within the Australian marketplace,” she added.

Organisational participation includes private companies, publicly listed companies, multinational subsidiaries, non-government organisations, educational institutions, franchise systems, partnerships, government departments, government agencies, local government and statutory bodies operating in Australia.

The World Business Awards Framework (WBA Framework) is utilised as a structured model of assessment that enables the participating organisations to be benchmarked against world-class performance standards. The WBA Framework consists of specialised assessment modules pertaining to the evaluation criteria for each of the award categories. The criteria and sub-criteria provide a robust set of requirements that are used as the methodology for benchmarking and learning among the participating organisations.

Organisations that demonstrate the core values of business innovation, product innovation, technological achievement and employee engagement are recognised via a set of established business and product award categories. The process culminates in the selection of organisations that implement world-class business initiatives, projects, products and services. The award recipients are recognised as the elite of their industry earning a place among a distinguished group by having their achievements acknowledged and celebrated.

For more information on The Australian Business Awards and the 2019 ABA100 Winners, go to www.australianbusinessawards.com.au. For further information or comment on HYDAC’s Training Centre, contact HYDAC on 1300 449 322 or email info@hydac.com.au.

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