Scholarship and PDRP/QLP funding for HHS nurses and midwives
All Hospital and Health Service (HHS) nurses and midwives (including permanent and casual staff) actively participating on the PDRP or QLP may use scholarship and PDRP/QLP funding towards professional development.
Find more information at https://3dhb.sharepoint.com/sites/ccdhbintranet/Pages/How%20Do%20I/Professional-development-and-Recognition-programme-(PDRP).aspx
Health Workforce postgraduate study funding for nurses
CCDHB works with Health Workforce (HW) and tertiary education providers to support registered nurses across the district to study towards postgraduate qualifications.
Find more information at https://www.ccdhb.org.nz/working-with-us/nursing-and-midwifery/nursing-at-ccdhb/professional-development/health-workforce-hw-postgraduate-study-funding/
Te Pou funding for MHAIDS nurses and allied health
Skills Matter provides funding for postgraduate training for new graduates and existing practitioners.
Applications for a funded place must be made directly through the relevant tertiary institution.
There are 6 specific programmes available.
Find more information at: https://www.tepou.co.nz/skills-matter
Please note: If you are considering a clinical masters (Nurse Practitioner) pathway – please first talk to your MHAIDS DoN or ADoN
CNA(NZ) 2020 Scholarship Application
The Board of the College of Nurses Aotearoa (NZ) are very pleased to make available a small number of Scholarships to College of Nurses members for professional development.
Please complete the application form and submit this via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications close with the College of Nurses office at 4.00pm on Monday, 30 November 2020.
Professional development scholarship for Māori and Pacfic Primary and Aged & Residential Care nurses
As part of CCDHB’s pro-equity approach, we are offering a number of professional development (PD) scholarships for Māori and Pacific Enrolled and Registered Nurses working in Aged and Residential Care (ARC) and Primary settings. PD Scholarships of up to $3,000 per nurse (pro-rata) are available for PD activity and conference attendance. If you meet the criteria (please refer to the guide), please complete the application form and return to Professional.Development@ccdhb.org.nz by 15th December 2020 for intended activity in 2021.
Primary & ARC Scholarship guide
Primary & ARC Scholarship form
Le Va's Future that Work Scholarships and Support Programme
This scholarship and support programme is to grow the capacity and capability of the Pacific mental health and addiction workforce.
Growing the size and skills if the Pasifika workforce takes more than just financial support. It's also a combination of providing appropriate mentoring, coaching, cultural and pastoral care, as well as support in identifying employment and career pathways.
Pacific Health Scholarship
The Pacific Health Scholarships (the Scholarships) contribute to improving access to health services for Pacific peoples, by supporting the development of a Pacific health and disability workforce.
Applications for the Pacific Health Scholarships have now closed.
Find out more information for future funding rounds at https://www.health.govt.nz/our-work/populations/pacific-health/pacific-health-scholarships-2020
There are many specific awards, exchanges ad scholarships open to our Pasifika students through the Victoria University Wellington scholarships database and the GiveME database.
Find out more about these scholarships at https://www.wgtn.ac.nz/pasifika/pasifika-learning/pasifika-scholarships
The National Heart Foundation of New Zealand Research Grant opportunities
The National Heart Foundation of New Zealand have grant opportunities available to fund specialist training for Cardiologists and life-saving research projects into heart disease. 2021 applications are open for the following grants: