Date and time: Friday 3rd April, 10am – 4pm
Location: Taunton, venue TBC
Course leader: Jane Galloway, Arclight Solutions
This workshop will equip you with everything you need to know about researching grant funders, applying for funding and practical grant writing techniques, enabling you to produce focused applications, helping to maximise your success rate and win new funding for your organisation – ensuring greater financial sustainability. The course will look at how to construct and present a budget and the full cost recovery model. It will also include interactive exercises and group working, to encourage peer-to-peer and shared learning.
Delegates are welcome to bring along funding applications they are currently working on or bids that have previously been submitted by their organisation, for use (if relevant) in the practical elements of the day.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
- Research grant makers and understand their priorities
- Getting a ‘foot in the door’ – top tips to maximise your success rate
- Writing your ‘Case for Support’ funding story/statement
- Improve your grant writing style
- Raise your profile and ‘selling’ to specialist grant funding markets
- Attracting grant maker site visits, invitations and interviews.
Key resources to cascade to your team:
- This is an interactive course, with relevant exercises that can be repeated with wider participation in your team
- The handouts and presentation will be available, for you to take away (on a pen drive) for sharing with colleagues.
Jane Galloway is a fundraising, marketing and communications consultant with over twenty years’ experience of working in the not-for-profit sector, including working for Macmillan on a £1 million capital appeal and on a £3 million appeal for a University teaching hospital in London.
Jane has worked with a vast range of organisations in the healthcare, disability, conservation, environmental and education sectors and is also a Senior lecturer on the UK’s first Charity Development degree course at Chichester University.
Jane assists a wide range of organisations with their training needs and ongoing strategic development.
“Fantastic. Thank you. Best training I’ve ever attended”
“A really informative and useful day – thank you!”
“Excellent handouts and very well presented, definitely worth the hundred mile journey”
Venues: All Cascade Training SW courses are held in venues in Taunton, Somerset. We do our best to ensure venues located are close to public transport links and parking.
Please note that as a Community Interest Company, SCS CIC try to partner with community organisations and venues where possible. This means that venues are sometime not always your regular training space, but still offer a clean, friendly and professional space.
Venues will be confirmed seven days before the course date. A map and directions to venue will be sent to delegates, via email, approx one week before their course(s). For extra networking time, please feel free to arrive half an hour before the course start time, and leave half an hour after the course has finished.
Refreshments: Light refreshments will be available on your arrival and during scheduled breaks. A cold buffet lunch is also provided on full day courses.
Certificates: Delegates receive course certificates, which provide evidence of their Continuing Professional Development (CPD). These are emailed to delegates after completing the full day course.
Fees: Standard = £199. Discounts are available for multi-bookings, and also for membership of Co-operative UK, SCS CIC and organisations with the Social Enterprise Mark.
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