Reducing Barriers to Professional Development Bursary
ARPA and the Alberta Ministry of Culture and Tourism have created the Reducing Barriers to Professional Development Bursary for professionals working in the recreation and parks sector in Alberta. Bursaries equivalent to 2/3s of the program course fees (registration fee not covered) will be made available for recreation and parks professionals interested in participating in the CPRA Professional Development Certification. Eligible recipients must work in rural, remote, northern or Aboriginal and Metis Communities.
* You do not need to apply before registering for the Fall 2015 course *
|Without Bursary||$290||$465 x 2 = $930||$1,220|
|With Bursary||$290||$155 x 2 = $310||$600|
If you are interested in learning more about this bursary, please contact Janet Naclia, ARPA Programs Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Non-Governmental Organizations (municipalities are not eligible) employing individuals interested in the CPRA PDC are eligible to receive a grant equivalent to 2/3s of the program’s course fees (registration fee is not covered), providing the individual has not registered for the course prior to their grant application. Each grant offers a maximum of $10,000 per employee during a 52 week period.
* You must apply before registering for courses *
|Without Grant||$290||$465 x 2 = $930||$1,220|
|With Grant||$290||$155 x 2 = $310||$600|
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Required Form Information
Delivery Method: Online
Credential Awarded on Completion: Certificate
Provider Type: Industry Association
Provider Name: CPRA Professional Development Certification
Mailing Address: 11759 Groat Road NW
Postal Code: T5M 3K6
Phone Number: 780-415-1745