April 15 2023
The PHN’s recent Community Recovery and Reconnection Grants offered the opportunity for organisations to host activities and programs that would help their communities to reconnect and rebuild their resilience.
Posted September 29, 2022
Do you have a great idea for a community wellbeing program? Do you deliver health services or programs?
If you’re a small to medium organisation looking to fund health services or programs that deliver health outcomes in the Hunter, New England, and Central Coast regions, then this grant and tender writing workshop is for you.
This event is brought to you by The PHN and delivered by iClick2Learn.
Your trainer, Natalie Bramble, has been writing grants and tenders for nearly 30 years. You’ll learn the secrets to writing strong submissions from a grant and tender writer and assessor who has over 85 per cent success, has secured millions of dollars in funding for organisations and takes part in, and has overseen, grant and tender decision-making processes.
In this workshop, you'll be provided with expert insights and tools that will simplify the grant and tender writing process for you. At the end of the day, you'll be able to apply these tools to any grants and tenders.
You'll also receive post-workshop support, with the opportunity to get feedback on applications you're applying for.
In person workshops are on the 7th, 8th, and 9th November. Online workshops will be held in February and March 2023. You can either attend the in-person workshops, the online workshops, or both.
You can also register an expression of interest for upcoming online workshops.
|Monday 7 November 2022||Tuesday 8 November 2022||Wednesday 9 November 2022|
|8:45am - 5pm||8:45am - 5pm||8:45am - 5pm|
|Mercure, Kooindah Waters||Novotel||Rydges|
|40 Kooindah Blvd||5 King St||31 Marsh St|
|Wyong, NSW, 2259||Newcastle, NSW, 2300||Armidale, NSW, 2350|
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