CCSH Educational Grant
CCSH Pathway 3 Educational Grant
The BRPT is, once again excited to offer a series of CCSH Educational Grants to provide assistance to RPSGTs who are interested in pursuing the CCSH credential through Pathway 3. These educational grants are intended for RPSGTs who are unable to apply through CCSH Pathways 1 or 2 and/or are unable to financially pursue the CCSH designated education program(s) approved for Pathway 3 of the CCSH Credential.
This educational grant program represents one element of BRPT’s commitment to the continued advancement of the field and is designed to help clinical sleep health specialists, who desire to further their education and careers by seeking out new opportunities for growth and advancement in the field of sleep medicine.
Each CCSH Educational Grant will cover up to, but not to exceed, $250 of the registration cost for an approved in-person conference or the cost to complete online modules for any approved CCSH educational program, such as the AAST CCSH Designated Self Study Program, the AASM A-STEP CCSH Education Program, the Academy of Sleep and Wellness Program, the Collin College Continuing Education Health Sciences Program or the Academy of Sleep Wake Science CCSH Exam Preparatory Course. Any additional costs above $250 will be the responsibility of the grant recipient. The BRPT will select 10 grant recipients, each of whom will have up to three months to start the educational modules or register for the conference.
The BRPT will begin accepting applications for the CCSH Educational Grant program on Thursday, February 1, 2024; the deadline for receipt of applications is the close of business Thursday, February 29, 2024. The BRPT Educational Grant Task Force will review the applications to determine the best qualified applicants. The grant recipients will be notified as soon as the review process has been completed.
Applicants must be active RPSGT credential holders who have recertified at least once. In addition, applicants must hold current BLS/CPR certification for healthcare workers. Please note that we now accept online earned BLS/CPR provided that the course follows the most recent AHA Guidelines or international equivalent. Note: Applicants who have been sanctioned by the Professional Review Committee (PRC) – or have cases pending – are not eligible for participation.
All applicants must submit:
- A completed application form, which can be found HERE.
- Their resume.
- A copy of their CPR/BLS certification.
- A written statement: In 200-500 words, please tell us why you want to obtain the CCSH and why would an educational grant be needed or deserved.
Please submit applications and accompanying documents no later than February 29, 2024 to: [email protected]