Innovation in Ageing Fellowship
Fellowship Application Form
Applications open from 1 July – 28 October 2022
The Hugh D.T. Williamson Foundation and the International Specialised Skills Institute (ISS Institute) are offering two (2) international applied research Fellowships in the amount of $10,000 each.
The 2022 Innovation in Ageing International Fellowship is seeking candidates for this Fellowship who are interested in exploring new and leading practice, innovation and leadership opportunities in Skill Enhancement within the aged care sector. The key areas of focus for the Hugh DT Williamson Foundation/ISS Institute Fellowship are:
Infection protection and control
Putting the older person first model of care
Models of care-physical environment and planning
In home care
‘Person centred care’
Designing and influencing policy change in the age care sector
The Hugh D.T. Williamson Foundation
The ISS Institute is seeking candidates for this Fellowship who are interested in exploring new and leading practice, innovation and leadership opportunities in Skill Enhancement areas within the conservation, heritage trades and artisan skills sectors. However, if you have an innovative Fellowship in an alternative field this will also be considered.
International Specialised Skills Institute (ISS Institute)
The ISS Institute was founded 30 years ago, by a small group of innovative leaders who had a vision of building a community of industry specialists who would lead the up skilling of the Australian workforce. Investing in the development of talented, passionate and innovative Australians to travel abroad to develop new skills and knowledge and return to Australia to disseminate their learnings has, and continues to create a ‘better skilled Australia.’ The Institute has funded and supported over 500 Fellows, and all have become agents of change and drivers of innovation within their professional communities. Our Fellows represent a broad cross-section of industries and our Fellowship program creates impact in many ways including economic benefits, skills preservation, the personal and professional advancement of our Fellows, new thinking, practice and increased innovation in the workforce.