IPDA Prize 2016 Nomination Guidelines and Proforma
Nominations are now closed for 2016.
Nominations are invited from postgraduate students who have completed a dissertation related to professional development. The winner should be currently studying for or have recently completed their postgraduate course. The winning entry must demonstrate how the work undertaken informs and advances continuing professional development policy and/or practice. The winning paper should clearly demonstrate innovative and creative thinking.
The successful prize winner will:
- be invited to receive their prize at the IPDA Annual Conference in Stirling Court Hotel, Stirling University, Scotland Friday 25th to Saturday 26th November 2016. Conference costs will be paid.
- be expected to give a short overview of their work at the Conference Presentation which will be at the conference dinner on Friday 25th November 2016 and write a short article for the IPDA website.
- receive a certificate, a cheque for £100 and one year’s membership of IPDA.