Creating Winning Working Proposals Online e-Book CPD Training & Certificate
Proposals are persuasive documents that are fundamental tools in organisational funding and output. This course will look at sources of funding, types of proposals and how to write proposals that will meet funding agencies requirements. This will include a number of tips and techniques to increase the potential success of your proposals.
Proposals are persuasive documents that are fundamental tools in organisational funding and output. This course will look at sources of funding, types of proposals and how to write a winning proposals that will meet funding agencies requirements.
This will include a number of tips and techniques to increase the potential success of your proposals. An important but often overlooked aspect of proposal writing will also be covered- Building and Maintaining Relationships. Relationships are built on honesty. Potential projects must be a good fit for your organisation and your organisation must be ready to do the work contained in the proposal. The most successful proposals are going to be those that fulfil the mission and values of your organisation and that of the funding agencies as well!
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- Locate potential funders for your organisations on the Internet and use evaluative skills to identify the appropriateness of funding related to their own organisation
- Explain the necessity of matching funders interests with organisational needs and use this knowledge in decisions about the validity of submitting a funding proposal
- Describe and understand the basic elements of proposal writing for not-for-profit organisations
- Describe and understand the basic process for successful proposal writing
- Analyse effective relationship-building strategies to engage with funders and use this knowledge in writing a funding proposal
- Describe at least five reasons why funding proposals can be rejected
- Plan, write and submit a proposal in response to funders guidelines
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A proposal is a sales tool not an information packet. The purpose of the proposal is to make a persuasive case that leads to a sale. To win the business, your proposal must overcome the following hurdles:
- Do I know who this is? If this is the first time the customer has heard of you, your proposal will be thrown out.
- Is this proposal compliant? If the customer provided a template for the proposal, proposals that don’t follow that template will be thrown out.
- Does this proposal make sense? If the executive summary does not define the problem correctly or propose a reasonable solution, the proposal will be thrown out.
- Does the solution provide value? Of the proposals that met the minimum as defined above, the one that wins will be the one that provides the most value.
The remaining steps provide a method for creating a proposal that overcomes all four hurdles.