One of the benefits of studying with Education for Health is that we can guide you towards funding opportunities. These are available from a variety of sources: charities, external organisations, pharmaceutical companies and employers. Take advantage of our industry links and advice to help to secure potentially valuable funding for training.
As a charity, we work hard to keep costs to a minimum and this is reflected in our prices for our courses. We are sometimes able to offer Education for Health bursaries, and always update details of these here on our website when available.
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Build your case for funding
We have created a Business Case Toolkit to help nurses and other healthcare professionals build their case for securing funding for education and training from their CCG or other funding source, you can download this here.
Pharmaceutical industry bursaries
We are often fortunate to be able to offer part sponsorship for courses through the pharmaceutical companies that we work with. Support can even extend to providing education and training free of charge.
November 2020: Our recent bursary was very popular and has now closed. The best way to find out quickly about our open bursaries is to be subscribed to our newsletters and if we do share news of a bursary, we recommend acting quickly, as they are always very popular and funding does have to be limited.
Charities/external organisations bursaries
Part funding for Education for Health training courses and workshops are often provided by the external organisations and charities shown here. As you would expect, interest in obtaining bursaries is high, so don’t delay in finding out about these and, where relevant, applying online. Please click on links below to see the current status of bursary availability and the application procedure:
Other places where our students have had success applying for bursaries in the past include The Burdett Trust for Nursing, The Novo Nordisk UK Research Foundation and the RCN Foundation.
Learning Beyond Registration (LBR) provides the opportunity for post registration healthcare professionals to access a wide range of educational activity. The aim is to develop competent, capable practitioners appropriately prepared to deliver a dynamic, flexible, quality, client focused service.
Health Education Midlands and East
For further information contact Nicki Overton on 01926 836999.
HE Midlands and East contracts Education for Health for the provision of a wide range of professional healthcare education. Staff in primary and secondary care working in the Midlands and East can receive 100% sponsorship to undertake modules. If you are a student looking to access this LBR funding to undertake one of our modules, please contact Nicki Overton on: 01926 836999 or at: firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the application process.