Local Academy: Building Winning Collaborative Proposals: Manchester

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The Hive

51 Lever Street

Manchester

M1 1FN

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The UKRI Strength in Places Fund (SIPF) is the latest funding programme in a growing trend to accept only collaborative project proposals. Using the HM Treasury Green Book is a rigorous process when working without external partners, never mind when seeking to build new partnerships for new projects. This Local Academy Masterclass will equip delegates with new capacities in understanding collaborative development in advance of expected further calls for SIPF and other upcoming funding streams.

This Local Academy Masterclass is delivered in association with Hatch Regeneris who offer extensive experience of supporting the development of successful collaborative projects and are experts in the HM Treasury Green Book. Rachel Tyrell, Programme Director for SIPF, Research England, is also a confirmed speaker.

This workshop is sponsored by Universities Economic Development Unit.

FINAL AGENDA

1015h Purpose, Intended Outcomes and Style of Development

Kevin Richardson, Local Academy

1030h It’ll All Be Alright on the Night

Facilitated group discussions of the causes of problems on collaborative proposals.

1045h Understanding The Bigger Picture

What drivers are behind the increasing requirements for collaborative proposals?

1100h Overview of the Green Book and the Collaborative Business Case

Tim Fanning, Hatch Regeneris

1130h UKRI Strength in Places Fund: Building on collaboration between universities and business

Rachel Tyrrell, Programme Director for Strength in Place Fund, Research England

1200h The Case of Monkchester and Synhthetic Ceramics: Using the Green Book to Develop a Winning Collaborative Proposal

Tim Fanning, Hatch Regeneris

1245h Lunch

1315h The Case of Monkchester and Sythetic Ceramics: Using the Green Book to Develop a Winning Collaborative Proposal (Continued)

Tim Fanning, Hatch Regeneris

1430h What funds are out there for the Monkchester proposal?

Kevin Richardson, Local Academy

1445h What practical support do we need for Project Development?

Facilitated group discussions. What practical support do we need for project development?

1510h Summary. What Next Steps?

1530h Close



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Manchester

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United Kingdom

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