San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Do you ever feel like your funding applications are a hit or miss? If yes, then this workshop will help you to develop your skill and confidence in writing successful grant application.
You will learn how to:
1. Work your project brief into a grant application.
2. Use storytelling to produce a compelling application.
3. Articulate the constraints, benefits and impact in a meaningful way.
Who should attend?
This workshop is ideal for funding officers, project managers and those responsible for bid writing. Those working with charitable and non-profit organisations, including creative professionals and social entrepreneurs will benefit from attending this workshop. Writing Successful Grant Applications serves as a great follow-on from Creative Training Hub's Introduction to Project Management. It assumes a basic knowledge of project management and is a great refresher for those currently writing funding applications as part of their role.
This practical and interactive workshop includes bid writing tips and techniques, with examples of successful and unsuccessful funding applications. The step-by-step proven approach will help you hone your skills and produce funding applications with a greater chance of success.
This workshop is delivered by Kemi Bamidele, Director and Founder of Creative Training Hub. Kemi has over 10 years experience as a project manager in the creative and non-profit sector. She has spent the past two years working with charities and social enterprises writing successful grant applications and impact measurement reports. Kemi also delivers Project Management and Marketing training, bringing a wealth of knowledge and skill to this workshop.
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Creative Training Hub
Creative Training Hub is a social enterprise. We offer one-day training events to arts and cultural organisations and also provide creative learning opportunities to meet the needs of the local community. Our work spans from delivering projects to children and young people to working in partnership on social innovation and regeneration projects.