Am I a CCNA Trainee?
As a CCNA Trainee you are eligible to apply for funding competitions offered by the CCNA Training and Capacity Building Program and participate in events, programming, and other opportunties available to CCNA Trainees.
- Any undergraduate or graduate student registered full-time or part-time in a Canadian post-secondary institution is a considered to be CCNA trainee. The student must be supervised by a CCNA investigator and engaged in CCNA-related work.
- If you are a postdoctoral researcher or postgraduate clinical fellow (research focused), you are also recognized as a CCNA trainee if you are associated with a Canadian post-secondary institution (registered as a student and/or holding an appointment as an employee). You must be working under the mentorship of a CCNA investigator and engaged in CCNA-related work.
Still not sure if you’re a CCNA Trainee? Contact the Training and Capacity Building Program Coodinator: firstname.lastname@example.org