Women's Leadership Scholarship Announcement and International Women's Day
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The Tasmanian Government is committed to increasing diversity and the representation of women on boards and committees as well as empowering women to take on leadership positions.
The Women’s Leadership Scholarships: Board Diversity Scholarship Program 2021-22 has been developed in partnership with the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) and is intended to increase governance and leadership skills of Tasmanian women to gain greater understanding of Directors’ duties and responsibilities.
The Scholarship Program is part of the Tasmanian Government’s commitment to achieving gender equality and aims to support the appointment of Tasmanian women to government, private and not-for-profit boards.
Scholarships on offer
Scholarships are provided to successful applicants to complete a board governance course with the AICD. The scholarships on offer in 2022 are:
· Seven scholarships for the Foundations of Directorship Course
· Three scholarships for the Company Directors Course
The Foundations of Directorship Course (FOD) is designed for new and aspiring directors, senior executives, and managers wanting to gain a foundational knowledge of the duties and responsibilities of boards and directors. Find out more about the FOD course here: Foundations of Directorship AICD
The Company Directors Course (CDC) is tailored for experienced directors wishing to take their performance to the next level, as well as for executives and managers who need to understand governance issues in-depth. Find out more about the CDC here: Company Directors Course AICD
How to apply
Scholarship Guidelines and details on how to submit an application are available here: Communities Tasmania - Women's Leadership Scholarships: Board Diversity Scholarship
Contact: Enquires and requests for further information about this scholarship should be directed to the Contact Officer, Rani Cavarretta on (03) 6165 7737 or firstname.lastname@example.org