Women in Leadership Scholarship

CAA Women in Leadership Scholarship 2022 information

The Women in Leadership Working Group is a forum for women leaders within The Council of Ambulance Authorities (CAA) member ambulance services across Australia, New Zealand, and Papua New Guinea. The working group seeks to address the challenges and adversities for women in the pre-hospital sector by; encouraging leadership development and mentoring, creating networking opportunities, and facilitating research and data collection to ensure a progressive and multi-faceted workforce.

CAA is now offering the Women in Leadership scholarship to encourage more women to step into leadership roles and to support the further development of current women leaders in the Ambulance Services Sector. This Scholarship was kindly donated by Julie Piantadosi from Total Coaching Academy.

Julie is one of Australia’s most sought-after coaches, she is a specialist in empowering the mindset, leadership, and rapid acceleration. This program helps make the shift from ordinary to extraordinary through simple and effective tools so you can move forward and excel both personally and professionally in all areas of your life. Julie has trained companies such as Qantas, BMW, Porsche, and ambulance Australia.

Application Process
Applications open 28th of March 2022 and close 3rd of June 2022. Applicants must submit the application to [email protected] as a Microsoft Word File, titled with the applicants’ full name.

The winner will be announced at the CAA Awards for Excellence Gala Dinner on Friday 12th August in Sydney. The winner will be notified by the 12th of July and will be given a complimentary ticket to the CAA Awards for Excellence Gala Dinner.

The scholarship recipient receives a fully funded one on one leadership course with Julie Piantadosi from Total Coaching Academy valued at over $7,000 AUD.
• The course can be tailored to you, it is run virtually and is a year in length.

To be eligible for this scholarship, the applicant must be:
• Female
• Over 18 years old as of the date the scholarship recipient is announced
• Work for a CAA member service (including operations, communication centers, corporate and operational volunteers)

The judging panel is made up of the CAA Board. This included the CEOs of the 11 Ambulance Services across Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.
Selection Criteria.

Applicants will be assessed on the following criteria:
• Work history
• Education
• How you believe this course benefits you

Please contact [email protected] if you have any questions or want further information.

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