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NDTP Trainer Lead Project Funding 2021

NDTP Trainer Lead Project Funding 2021: Supporting NCHD Education on Site

The HSE-NDTP Trainer Lead Project Funding 2021: Supporting NCHD Education on Site seeks to support NCHD education, training and experience at site level.

Expressions of interest are now sought across the Ireland East Hospital Group to submit proposals on projects designed to support NCHD training and experience at site level or across the Hospital Group.

Projects must either:

  • Support education and training on site for NCHDs – projects that support as many NCHDs as possible to be prioritised
  • Support NCHD experience on site through minor capital investments towards facilities eg residence facilities
  • Any other priorities as identified by the NDTP Trainer and Lead NCHDs

Please note funding provided under this funding scheme is once off funding and is not an indication or commitment to continued funding for projects and initiatives. Therefore, when submitting applications, please ensure you consider the sustainability of projects. Whilst the funding available is limited; funding will be made through a competitive process and we may not be able to fund each of the applications but we want to hear about all your great projects and initiatives ideas. The budget should only be for the amount required for the project. A successful project application may be funded for a smaller amount if the panel feel that would be more appropriate. 

Who can apply? 

  • NCHDs employed by Ireland East Hospital Group.
  • Consultants may apply but applications must be led by the NCHD.

Closing Date for Applications: Sunday, 5th December 8pm

Application Form: NDTP Trainer Lead Project Funding 2021_Application Form

Have a question?
If you have any questions, feel free to contact the NDTP Training Leads, Dr. Shane O’Hanlon, Email: (opens in a new window)shaneohanlon@svhg.ie or Dr. Tomás Breslin, Email: (opens in a new window)tbreslin@mater.ie

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