GRANTSMANSHIP TRAINING SERIES, Des Moines, IA
Register for the entire series or choose just the classes that will be most beneficial for you. The series is offered two times, once in the Fall of 2009 and once in the Spring of 2010. Dates are listed below.
Course Number: GI 200
September 21, 2009
April 19, 2010
This session explores how and where to find the right grant for your organization by making your organization "grant ready." The session teaches participants the techniques in creating a process for proactively finding and selecting grants which will maximize your organization's mission and how to avoid wasting your organization's effectiveness and resources by pursuing the wrong grant.
Course Number: GI 091
Dates: October 12, 2009
April 26, 2010
This session deals with how to write a grant to maximize your chances of selection. The session will explore techniques of successful grant writing, how to interpret the RFP, legal issues related to grant writing, how to leverage your organization's current resources into a proposal, formatting and other writing tips that create a quality grant application.
Course Number: GI 300
Dates: October 26, 2009
May 17, 2010
Participants will learn how to create a management environment that maximizes the effectiveness of your grant and maximizes the opportunities for securing future grant support. The session deals with management, budget, reporting, regulatory and other critical issues associated with grant management.
Submitting the registration form:
State Employees - Contact your training liaison
Outside State Government - Complete the registration form and FAX it to Dawn Stohs, 515-242-6450 OR mail the form to:
DAS-Human Resources Enterprise
1305 E. Walnut
Des Moines, Iowa 50319
If you need additional information you can reach Dawn at 515-725-2051.
Location: All classes will be held at Drake University, Ailber Hall, Room 108
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $99 per session or $259 for 3 course series
Instructor: Lance Noe, Drake University, will be the primary instructor. Lance is an instructor for the College of Business and Public Administration and the Educational Coordinator for the Center for Professional Studies at Drake University.