Regional Professional Development Grant
Professional development grants are for self-learning activities that are prospectively planned by individual Fellows in collaboration with a mentor, supervisor or instructor. These self-learning activities are planned to achieve a defined set of learning objectives and qualify as planned learning projects within Section 2 (two credits per hour) of the Royal College’s Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program.
Professional development grants can be developed as individual traineeships to learn a skill or expand an area of competence relevant to one’s scope of practice. Professional development grants can equally support participation in formal courses offered by a university, college or institute.
All successful applicants receive up to $1,000 per week (i.e., up to $200 per day) up to a maximum of $4,000. Half the approved grant funds are distributed at the time the application is approved. The balance of the funds are distributed once the professional development activity has been completed and all required documents have been provided.
Important funding notice
Funding for regional grants is calculated annually on a per capita basis. Funding in any region may be depleted before the end of each fiscal year. Applications are reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Applications for 2019–20: currently accepting applications only for region 2. Funding for Region 1 (British Columbia, Alberta, Yukon Territory and Northwest Territories), Region 3 (Ontario and Nunavut), Region 4 (Quebec) and Region 5 (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador) are depleted.
Please note: Handwritten applications and sent via fax will not be accepted.Contact us
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