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The public vote is NOW OPEN as we search for the next set of go-getters who stop at nothing to achieve their goals.

Join our campaign to reward the SuperAchievers of 2019 by voting for who you think should win. You can vote in as many categories as you want, so if you just want to vote in one or all seven, you can do. It's quick and simple to vote but please note, you can only cast your votes ONCE, so choose carefully!

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SuperAchievers Awards is back for 2019

We're back on a global search for our next set of inspirational award winners! This year we want to give something back to those who dedicate their personal time and energy into helping others.

The aim of SuperAchievers is to reward inspirational individuals, including: working parents, those with an entrepreneurial spirit, committed PAs and dedicated Pitman Training students.

In additional to our core categories, this year sees the exciting introduction of the Volunteer of the Year Award.

The Prizes!

Winners of the core categories: PA of the Year, Working Mum of the Year, Working Dad of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year, Inspirational Achiever of the Year, Pitman Training's Student of the Year and Volunteer of the Year will all win an engraved award and a cheque for £500!

Meet the Judging Panel

Abigail Horne

Inspirational Entrepreneur, Founder of Authors&Co and co-Founder of The Female Success Network.



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Baroness Jill Pitkeathley OBE

British Labour Party member of the House of Lords. President of NCVO which champions the voluntary sector & was a founding member of Acevo, the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations.

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Nigel Higgins

Founder and creator of the award winning, top 10 dad and parenting blog in the UK known as 'DIY Daddy'.



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Jade Burke

Jade is the Editor of PA Life.



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Richard Flint

Chief Executive of Kelda Group and Yorkshire Water Services Ltd. Chairman of the Business in the Community (BITC) Advisory Board for Yorkshire and the Humber & trustee of the charity Marie Curie.



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