Dealing with Funder Assessments

Training Date: 16 April 2019

Tuesday 16 April 2019, 10am-1pm. LCVS, 151 Dale Street, Liverpool L2 2AH

Dealing with Funder Assessments

Telephone and site visit assessments are a key part of the application process to many grant-making programmes. Telephone or face-to-face assessments are often the means by which funders can explore issues or concerns that they may have with your organisation or project.

In many cases, the answers you give can mean the difference between awards being made or an application being rejected. With key funders such as the Big Lottery Fund introducing a ‘conversational’ approach to grant making, this course will consider the importance of the assessment stage within the application process.

In particular, you will:
• Understand the broad criteria used to assess submission for small to large grant programmes
• Learn about typical methods used by funders to assess applications, and common questions asked at this stage
• Be confident in preparing information and responses for assessments
• Understand key questions to ask funders at the assessment stage
• Understand new approaches being introduced to grant making

This course is designed for anyone involved in, or looking to apply to, small to large funding programmes.

For those new to bid writing, we would recommend attending our ‘Introduction to Fundraising’ in January or October

16th April 2019 10:00 AM   through   1:00 PM
LCVS
151 Dale Street
Liverpool
L2 2AH
Phone: 0151 227 5177
Email:
Charity/voluntary sector £ 55.00
Private/public sector £ 80.00
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