BE A SUCCESSFUL GRANTSWRITER!
Enhance your academic potential and professional marketability by enrolling in this practical, skills-oriented, 5-week, fully-ONLINE course, STAT 515 Grant and Contract Proposal Writing (3 Units) offered through LLU School of Public Health during Summer Quarter, July 30, 2014 – September 5, 2014.
By preparing a research or program/service proposal in class which could be potentially submitted to a funding agency, you will learn key grantsmanship techniques that work. For more information contact J. S. Job, MD, DrPH (firstname.lastname@example.org). Employees: please check with LLU Talent Management Services for tuition benefits. Registration opens on May 27, 2014.
This module-based course:
- Presents an overview of the basic principles and practice of successful grantsmanship both from a research and programmatic perspective;
- Provides a comprehensive understanding of the different processes, structures, factors and essential skills required when developing competitive proposals that are funded;
- Describes the various key elements involved in proposal preparation such as identifying potential funding resources (government and private/foundations), formulating objectives, determining appropriate project/research design and evaluation methods, building budgets and sustainability plans, and understanding the grant review process.