Each year, CHA Learning students are eligible to win awards that are designed to recognize excellence in course work. Criteria will differ depending on the course or program.
Awarded annually to the Food Service and Nutrition Management student with the highest final grade in Course 1: Food Service Systems Management.
Donor: HFS, Ottawa
Announcement date: Winter
Health Information Management Association of Alberta Award
Bursary awarded annually to the two Alberta resident students in the Health Information Management program, a Year One and a Year Two, with the highest average during the academic year. All assignments and practicums must be completed on schedule to be eligible.
Donor: In honour of the legacy of the Health Information Management Association of Alberta donated a sum of money upon closure, to be set up as a fund for high achieving Alberta HIM students.
Announcement date: Spring
ISQua International Scholarship Program
Bursaries are awarded annually to five students in partnership with ISQua and HealthCareCAN. Fellowship Participants who were born in and currently work in low income and lower middle income countries as rated by the World Bank are eligible to apply. ISQuA Fellow Participants who have previously been awarded an ISQua Education or Conference scholarship, are not eligible to apply for these scholarships.
The HealthCareCAN/CHA Learning online programs eligible for the scholarship are:
- Integrated Quality Management Program
- Canadian Patient Safety Officer Online Program
- Patient-Centred Experience & Design Program
- Management Essentials Program
- Change Leadership Certificate
Please note: Scholarships cover only course enrollment fees. The scholarship does not cover textbooks, extension on program duration and any other cost incurred to access the programs. Discounts and Scholarships cannot be combined.
How to apply: ISQua fellows must follow the application procedures through ISQua. For more information, please visit ISQua website.
Donor: ISQua and HealthCareCAN
Announcement date: Summer