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bid writing

Introduction to Bid Writing

This module aims to give students an introduction to the process of identifying sources of funding, ensuring their organisation or project is funding-ready, and writing and preparing successful funding bids. This is a much-needed skill in today’s economic climate for many projects and organisations within the youth, community and care sectors.

The course will provide you with the skills to submit successful funding bids, as well as an opportunity to develop your knowledge for your own continuing professional development. You will benefit from being taught by module leaders with successful experience of winning both small and large scale funding bids, as well as sitting on the panels that make the final decision.

The course is delivered through blended learning with a mix of class-based and online learning activities to be flexible around your existing study or work commitments. The content on the course is applicable to other sectors and can be tailored to suit the needs of the student group.

What will you study?

The course will cover topics such as:

 

  • Where to find sources of funding
  • The bid/no bid process
  • What is organisational readiness?
  • Becoming fit for funding
  • Evidencing need
  • The language of bid writing
  • Skills required for successful bid writing
  • Getting your budget right
  • Identifiers of success
  • Monitoring and evaluation

 

Topics will be introduced in the classroom session with additional activities and directed online learning tasks to complete between classes. 

Course dates

Cohort 1: St Asaph

  • 12th Feb 2020
  • 4th March 2020
  • 25th March 2020
  • 22nd April 2020

All 10am – 4pm

Cohort 2: Wrexham 

  • 13th May 2020
  • 3rd June 2020
  • 17th June 2020
  • 1st July 2020

All 10am-4pm

Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for this course. However, it would be beneficial to have experience of studying at level 4 and above.

Experience of working in a youth, community or care practice environment currently, or in the past, would be desirable to assist with formative and summative assessment tasks.

Location

St Asaph & Online

Assessment

Assessment for the module will take the form of:

 

  1. An analysis of the funding environment and opportunities in relation to the student’s professional area. (500 words submitted online) 20%
  2. An evaluation of an organisation’s readiness to apply for funding (case study 500 words submitted online) 20%
  3. Moodle online quiz on the language and terminology used in funding bids 10%
  4. A completed funding bid that demonstrates competent skills in the bid writing process (1500 words submitted online) 50%

 

Credits

20

Fees

£195

To book 

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