Great-West Life Bursary for Psychological Health and Safety Studies still available for not-for-profit employees and volunteers

Update

Congratulations to all who took advantage of our Great West Life Bursary for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace. As of May 8, 2017, all 50 bursaries offered have been used.

Great-West Life Bursary for Psychological Health and Safety Studies still available for not-for-profit employees and volunteers

For those in the not-for-profit sector seeking to enhance their understanding of Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace, the University of Fredericton (UFred) still has a number of Great-West Life Bursaries for Psychological Health and Safety Studies available.

The bursary covers the tuition of eligible employees and volunteers of Canadian not-for-profit organizations to take the UFred’s introductory Basic Level psychological health and safety course, based on the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace. The not-for-profit sector was identified for priority access, given that training and development budgets may be limited in that sector.

Of the original 50 bursaries generated through the fund, 25 are still available to eligible not-for-profit employees and volunteers.   If you are a not-for-profit employee, or a long-term volunteer at a not-for-profit organization, visit our Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace page to learn more about applying to the Great-West Life Bursary for Psychological Health and Safety Studies.