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WRITING WINNING PROPOSALS

INTRODUCTION

This programme is meant to provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to create compelling proposals that can win grants, money, contracts, or other sorts of support. Everyone working in academia, research, non-profit organisations, government agencies, or the business sector must be able to create excellent proposals. Successful proposals can lead to funds, resources, and relationships that can help develop your career and your organization’s success.

Poorly prepared proposals, on the other hand, can result in missed opportunities, wasted time and resources, and even damage to your reputation. Consider that, according to a GrantStation poll, only one out of every five grant proposals is successful, implying that the great majority of proposals are rejected or fail to meet the funder’s requirements. This emphasises the significance of honing good proposal writing skills and knowing the main components of a winning proposal.

You will learn how to find and target possible funding possibilities, study and assess the funder’s needs and preferences, create a compelling narrative and budget, and package your request for maximum impact in this course. You will also learn how to avoid frequent traps and blunders that can jeopardise the success of your proposal.

At the completion of this programme, you will have the knowledge and confidence to develop excellent proposals that will help you achieve your objectives. 

This Course Include

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COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • Understand the elements of a winning proposal
  • Analyze the needs of the target audience and tailor the proposal accordingly
  • Develop a compelling project proposal that will resonate with benefactors
  • Effectively communicate the project’s value, impact, and sustainability
  • Learn best practices for proposal writing and audience engagement
  • Practice proposal writing skills through hands-on exercises