Filling out grant funding application forms can be tricky. Some forms constrain the number of words or characters you’re allowed to use, some are unlimited. Some are very specific in what they ask for, some are not. And the language for what they are asking for can vary from funder to funder.
If you would like to develop your understanding about how to complete grant application forms, what is being asked for and what to include where as well as pick up some handy hints and tips, this two hour ‘bite sized’ course is for you.
During the morning we will look at application forms from a number of funders, for different sized grants and practically work through what needs to go in which box.
Who is this course for?
This course is designed for new and existing groups who want to develop their knowledge and improve their grant funding writing skills.
What will the course cover?
- Different styles of grant application form
- Understanding what the form is asking for, the different language used.
- Hints and Tips for making this as easy and time effective as possible
- Practical sessions and worked examples
Date: Wednesday 7th December 2016 10am-12pm (9.45am registration)
Venue: Community Learning and Resource Centre, 41 – 44 King Street, Wimborne BH21 1EB
Cost: £30pp for voluntary and community groups, £40 pp for statutory groups
Refreshments: Teas and coffees are provided but lunch is not provided.
Further information:- please contact us on 01202 847606 or email firstname.lastname@example.org