Element 2 of the Skilled Grantseeker Programme
- 25th October 2018
- 15th May 2019
- 9th October 2019
Tutor: Bill Bruty
This course is suitable for people who are new to submitting grant applications for trusts, government funders or companies. The course will equip you with the essential foundations for mastering successful funding applications. We will cover micro presentations, application forms and presenting budgets. The course will be equally valuable for professional fundraisers and for people, for whom fundraising is one element of their role. We currently have six places available for the 25th October 2018 event
As a result of attending, participants will be able to:
- Develop a project plan which covers outcomes, outputs, activities and inputs.
- Use a range of formats for presenting budgets and understand the appropriate use of each one.
- Explain the key elements of a funding proposal for a trust.
- Use an appropriate personality in order to describe your organisation/appeal.
|09.45||Welcome and introductions.|
|10.00||Outcomes and all that|
|Making sure that the four levels of a project are clear and in line. Understanding monitoring and evaluation|
|11.15||Presenting a budget|
|The differences between outcome, output and input budgets|
|14.00||The ‘meat’ of your proposal. Making sure your idea is robust and addresses all the questions that donors will ask.|
|15.30||Who is the storyteller? Injecting and adapting the personality of the writer.|
|16.45||Review of the day.|
|17.00||Close and Depart.|