This half-day course equips participants with the skills to write compelling and competitive grant applications in an international development setting.
Drawing on our extensive experience and up to date insights into investor and funder priorities, the workshop uses of real-life examples and interactive exercises in a workshop setting to empower bid writers, aspiring bid writers, and development professionals to better support organisations to access funding.
International development consultancy firms
Organisations working to strengthening their business development and fundraising skillset
Managing the transition away from grant dependency and towards financial resilience requires specific techniques and strategies if it is to be sustainable and successful.
This half-day course, delivered as a workshop for established NGOs and recipients of grants equips participants with knowledge and techniques they can use to reduce grant dependency and utilise grant success to build financial resilience.
Large NGOs with a strong grant track record but lacking in strategic vision for financial resilience
Large NGOs setting up profit-making trading arms or a desire to better utilise an existing trading arm
Private sector organisations that have recently received grants
Investees considering how grants play a role in their funding model
Grant funders that would like to improve the sustainability of impact from their grants