Education Grants

PURPOSE OF EDUCATION GRANTS:

To support or supplement the cost of delivering education in a localized area for the purpose of, enhancing the knowledge, skill, ability and judgment of LPNs and other health care practitioners.

Examples of applicable uses include:

• Education Days
• Lunch and Learn Sessions
• Presentations
• Workshops
• Webinars; requiring group subscription

Examples outside of the accepted criteria:

• Staff Functions
• Individual Tuitions
• Professional Advocacy Efforts

GRANTS WILL BE APPROVED BASED ON THE FOLLOWING PRINCIPLES:

• The education will benefit a group of health care practitioners, including LPNs;
• The education will contribute to the provision of safe, competent, ethical care;
• Submission of attached application form meeting the established criteria.

Education Grant Application Form

*All approved grants will be subject to the availability of funds. Upon approval and activity completion, group(s) may be required to submit a report summarizing their progress, potential next steps, associated expenditures & revenues, as well as any other related information as requested (minutes, etc.).

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SALPN
2208 E Victoria Ave
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