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Professional Development Fund

CILIP in Scotland Professional Development Fund aims to support the CILIP Professional Registration Framework (PKSB) by providing financial assistance to members wishing to attend events which will contribute towards professional development. The fund is open to all CILIP members based in Scotland.

The funding can be used for any CPD event and events can include conferences, courses or seminars organised by CILIPS, CILIP or other organisations in the UK or overseas.  The assistance awarded may not cover all costs and single individual awards are limited to £600.

Funding for the initiative is being sourced from accrued profits earned from CILIPS Annual Conference and supplier exhibition.

The criteria for the fund is available here.

Current call for applications

You can apply for the current call for applications here.

The deadline for the current round of applications is 4pm on the 10th June 2017 and applications must be for a work related course, conference or event that takes places between the 1st July 2017 and the 30th September 2017.

Previous Awards

A condition of receiving an award is that recipients will write up a report for the CILIPS website. The following reports have already been written:

Jill Reid – YLG Conference

Jennifer Horan – YLG Conference (via Storify)

Jeremie Fernandes -THERE IS A BETTER WAY / Information Literacy Skills to Empower

Stephen Leitch – SLG National Conference

Laura MacNeil – CILIPS Conference 2016

Jessica Walther – CILIPS Conference 2016

Alanna Broadley – CILIPS Conference 2016

Melanie Tauscher – CILIPS Conference 2016

Caitlin McCulloch – CILIPS Conference 2016

Christine Love-Rodgers – ATLA 2016

Sarah Louise McDonald – Radical Librarian’s Collective Gathering and the CILIP Conference 2016

Shelagh Toonen – Autumn Gathering

Clare Hemsworth – New Professionals Day 2016

Sarah Ames – Introduction to Programming course

Robert Allanson – Copyright in the Digital Age