Tuition:      $650.00 in advance, $675.00 if invoiced
Date:          August 9-11, 2017
Albuquerque, NM

Class Status: Cancelled due to too low pre-registration level

 Obtaining funding for Tribal programs requires that Tribal managers possess skills needed to prepare winning proposals.  By establishing a targeted approach which matches your needs to available funding sources, you can generate thousands of new dollars in funding. Planning a program and preparation of winning proposals is a skill which can be developed.  This seminar provides detailed checklists, methods, and practice in the skills needed.  Also, this seminar will provide the key components of proposals and the criteria which funding agencies use to evaluate them.  Components which will be developed include the proposal summary, the introduction, the needs summary, the program objectives, methodology, evaluation procedures, and the performance based budget. Participants will practice these key components and will critique proposals based on funding source proposal review criteria.  This seminar is designed for all Tribal leaders, managers and proposal writers.

Course contents  include:

Research, planning and assessment
Understanding the application process and the review criteria
Developing a winning strategy for funds acquisition
Detailed contents of the proposal and the budget 
Packaging the proposal

Hotel Information:
Residence Inn Marriott
3300 Prospect Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
tel 505-881-2661
fax 505-884-5551

Federal reimbursement rates are available, please mention that you are registering in conjunction with Bill Helmich Associates training; no shuttle service is available to/from the Albuquerque International Airport; continental breakfast served daily, and excellent restaurants are within walking distance.