Scholarship Nominations - Continuing to support New Zealand's female leaders
We continue to offer partial scholarships for all courses in New Zealand.
- Our Leading Edge course for aspiring and early career managers is usually $3,990. This will be temporarily reduced to $2,990 for the online intake. Additionally, a scholarship of $1,000 is available. View course info here
- Our Executive Ready course for mid-senior level managers is usually $8,990 This will be temporarily reduced to $6,990 for the online intake. Additionally, a scholarship of $3,000 is available. View course info here
- Our Advanced Leadership program for senior and executive leaders is usually $16,990. This will be temporarily reduced to $12,990 for the online intake. Additionally, a scholarship of $5,000 is available. View course info here
In order to continue to support New Zealand’s female leaders and the push for increased gender equity, we are reliant on your ongoing support. We thank you in advance for your continued engagement during this period.
For all enquiries please email us email@example.com
Scholarships of up to $5,000 for current and aspiring female leaders
Scholarships of $1,000 to $5,000 are currently available to women working in the health sector to help support their participation in a range of online career building leadership development programs.
The initiative is providing junior through to executive women managers with scholarships to support their growth and development via participation in one of three flagship courses. Participants will benefit from course content such as Emotional Intelligence and Conflict, Career and Professional Growth, Team Dynamics, Leading Innovation and Change, and Empowering Teams.
Expressions of Interest
Find out more and register your interest by completing the Expression of Interest form here prior to Friday, September 11: https://www.womenandleadership.co.nz/health.html
Neurological Foundation Announces O’Brien Clinical Fellowship
The Neurological Foundation is offering a new Research Fellowship. This Fellowship will be awarded to a New Zealand registered non-medical health professional who is committed to a clinical research career with a major focus on treatment or care of those affected by brain disease or injury, including end of life care. It is intended to enhance their research skills and experience and thus contribute to improved patient outcomes in New Zealand.
The expectation is that at the end of the Fellowship the successful applicant will work in New Zealand in a clinical or research setting. The duration of the Fellowship is up to two years.
Applicants should be New Zealand citizens or permanent residents who have a Bachelor or Masters degree, or other relevant professional qualification.
Fellowship with be available to, but not limited to:
Clinical Nurses, Clinical Psychologists, Clinical Trials Managers, Dieticians, Exercise Physiologists, Health Psychologists, Medical Laboratory Technologists, Medical Physicists, Neurophysiologists, Neuropsychologists, Occupational Therapists, Pharmacists, Physiotherapists, Radiographers, Research Nurses, Social Workers, Speech Language Therapists. Those not sure about eligibility should contact the Neurological Foundation Research Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing dates are May 1st and October 1st each year.
The application Form and Advice to applicants are available for the Foundations web site http://www.neurological.org.nz/grants-careers/grants-applications-deadlines/scholarships-fellowships