All applicants must have sought alternative funding prior to making their bursary application. Some of the main funding routes are:-
Applicants should speak to their line manager to discuss funding availability or contribution to funding.
Information on funding available for students studying part time can be found through the following link –
These used to be called ILA’s and can offer up to £200 depending on eligibility. Individual Training Account
If you are a member of a professional body you may find that grants or scholarships are available.
There is a Service Level Agreement (SLA) between NHSGGC and University of the West of Scotland to help nurses and midwives in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde access accredited programmes / modules at the University of the West of Scotland (UWS). Further information available through the following link - http://www.staffnet.ggc.scot.nhs.uk/Partnerships/MHP/Specialist%20Services/Nursing/Pages/NHSGGCUWSSLA.aspx
Different opportunities for assistance across the organisation may be available at various times of the year to support developments and practice - check with your line manager to discuss further.
NHS Education for Scotland offer a wide ranged education and training support for both clinical and non-clinical staff in Scotland. This can include some financial support. See the website for further details.
HRConnect - Adult Learners The information in this linked page has been developed with the help of NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde staff who have taken a step back into learning, looking to adapt to workplace changes and to apply new knowledge, skills and approaches in their job. It contains links to a range of supports for staff.