ATMS SIMON SCHOT GRANT

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The ATMS Simon Schot Education Grant sponsored by

GSA Insurance Brokers

Are you looking to do a course to refresh or expand your qualifications?

ATMS offers education grants for members who are interested in undertaking training in natural medicine or continuing their professional training.

The Simon Schot Education Grant is open to all Accredited and Student Members of ATMS wishing to undertake training.

Ten grant recipients will each receive an AU$500 reimbursement.

To apply for the Simon Schot Education Grant, please complete the form here and send it to info@atms.com.au with the subject line ‘ATMS Simon Schot Education Grant’.

Applications must be submitted at least one week before the AGM.

 

Grant recipients will be announced at the AGM and notified in writing.

Who is Simon Schot ?

Simon Schot was one of the inaugural Directors of ATMS. He created and produced the first ATMS Newsletter, which preceded the current ATMS Journal.

 

Simon received Life Membership in 1989 in recognition of the personal and financial support he provided to the Association in its early days.

 

Simon was highly regarded and generous with his knowledge and support of other practitioners and students.

 

In appreciation of both the legacy he left behind and his vision, ATMS has proudly dedicated this Education Grant to Simon since 1998.

GSA Insurance

The Simon Schot Education Grant is an annual grant made possible by the support of GSA Insurance Brokers. GSA kindly donates ten AU$500 scholarships to ATMS members for use with undertaking natural medicine education.

GSA is a new breed of Insurance Broker, who believe insurance should do more than just cover you for loss. It should help your business prosper and grow. GSA brings a new era of accountability, performance, service and specialisation.

For more information and to apply, please click here

There are no restrictions on members, should they wish to apply for the Simon Schot Education Grant each year, however only one application per member per year will be accepted.