Planning, Managing, and Developing a Proposal GOV
The goal of this course is to help you develop a proposal for an educational or development project for which you could seek funding.OV
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
This seminar is designed to help you develop knowledge and skills in planning, designing, implementing, managing and evaluating projects in an area of your interest.
Central is applying these knowledge and skills to the development of a project proposal. The logic here is that a project proposal must include the design of a project, based on a needs assessment and problem identification; a budget and management plan; specific activities and timeline for implementation; and a monitoring and evaluation plan. Each of these elements will be covered in the seminar.
- Problem identification and statement
- Needs assessment
- Rationale for the project (including a literature review citing research that the
project is building on what has been learned in the past)
- Goals and objectives
- Project activities
- Project work-plan and timeframe
- Budget development
- Monitoring and evaluation plan
- Management Plan and Institutional Capability
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Sales professionals (individuals and managers), business development managers, sales representatives, as well as professional fundraisers, and any business professionals seeking to effectively build a qualified pipeline of prospective funding.
EXTRA – Lunch (Catering) included.
SCHEDULE AND LOCATIONS
June 1 Broward College – Cypress Creek Center; 6400 N.W. 6th Way, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
July 27 8136 Old Keene Mill Road A-305, Springfield, VA 22152
September 28 Broward College – Cypress Creek Center; 6400 N.W. 6th Way, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
October 25 8136 Old Keene Mill Road A-305, Springfield, VA 22152
DURATION: 1 day / 0.8 CEUs
COST: $450 / ANG-MCC Members $405; ANG-MCC Members save 10%.