Discover how to develop a proposal that gives you the best chance of success in a competitive funding environment.
QCOSS is partnering with the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training to deliver workshops across the state to help community based organisations respond effectively to funding applications for the Skilling Queenslanders for Work (SQW) initiative.
The workshop will cover:
- What the Department is looking for in funding responses
- Developing a methodology for writing tenders
- How to address the assessment criteria
- What sort of evidence can you use and how to build it up
- Establishing value for money
- How to make your response stand out
- Key pitfalls in writing funding applications
- Checklist and resources.
While the workshop will focus on the Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative, the tips learned will help you with other funding proposals.
The workshop won’t cover details about each of the programs that fall under SQW, how to use the SQW Apps application portal or information that will be covered in the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training Information Sessions.
Previous participants have said:
“I write a lot of submissions but this event was one of the best I have attended. Simple course content and the program flowed making sense all the time. Great discussion and real life examples of how to do better in our writing. Thank you so much. Nearly didn't attend – would have been the No: 1 mistake of the year.”
“Very worthwhile workshop. Having a representative from the Dept attend, as well as the facilitator, gave opportunity for specific feedback about grant requirements.”
“Great workshop and we appreciate QCOSS delivering it in our immediate area.”
Places are limited so be sure to register now for the location nearest you.
Emerald - Cancelled
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We will also be holding a QCOSS Pulse session in these locations. We want to hear from you about the stories you are hearing in your local community. Come along to share your experiences and hear from others.
Find out more here.