Tender and Grant Writing
Understand the key principles of winning business tenders or accessing additional funding through government grants.
About this Event
The ability to win grants and tenders will allow your organisation to access exciting new business opportunities. The Tender and Grant Writing workshop is designed to make you aware of some of the many different grants and tenders available today and how your organisation can apply for them.
By the end of this workshop, you'll be able to:
• Understand the key requirements of writing quality tender and grant proposals
• Identify the most important components of your application
• Understand and apply the tender writing methodology to your next submission
• Engage in meaningful discussions with other attendees on issues relating to tender writing.
PLEASE NOTE: This workshop will be held as an IN-PERSON event unless regulation changes require us to deliver it as a webinar event.
What topics are covered at this workshop:
• The benefits of tendering and grants for your business
• How to identify public and private sector tendering and grant opportunities
• Practical tender and grant writing tips and budgets
• Acquittal of tenders and grants and evaluation
• Tender writing – dos & don’ts
This is a workshop not to be missed. Book today. Seats are limited.
Who is this workshop for?
Businesses or NFP organisations wanting to apply for grants or tenders including those in Startups, Not-for-Profit, Education and Manufacturing sectors.
About the Presenter:
Bruce Manefield is a business and leadership coach and trainer for Rapport Leadership. Having worked for both corporate and fast growth SME companies, Bruce brings a wealth of experience to assist organisations wanting to transition through change. His passion in life is educating people and organisations to improve capability and performance.
With a diverse career, Bruce started his working life as a business analyst and has held senior management roles including General Manager of the Value Group, CEO of Redicar, Executive Officer of Childcare NSW, Board Chair of KU Childrens Services and most recently, Board Chair of Gunawirra.
Bruce understands SME businesses and the unique challenges they face having previously been a business owner himself. His collaborative leadership style and interpersonal skills gives him the ability to build rapport and trust allows him to engage employees at all levels within a business.
Bruce holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Statistics and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Jeanine Hind is the Founder and Managing Director of Your Business Minder, providing trusted “business minders” inside businesses so the owner or department manager can take time out. She has helped many organisations with building better systems for business efficiency and revamping their tender proposals to win more work.