Grants Proposal Writing Premium class

Ifzal Ahmad, Mr.

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18 Videos (2h 4m)
    • Promo

      2:20
    • Introduction to course

      5:24
    • Session 1v1 Funding environment

      8:18
    • Session 1v2 organizational fit

      12:45
    • Session 1v3 Final checklist

      11:08
    • Session 2v1 proposal writing

      9:36
    • Session 2v2 Desired Results

      10:56
    • Session 2v3 SMART Exercise

      10:01
    • Session 2v4 Impacts

      3:50
    • Session 2v5 Resources & Activities

      15:21
    • Session 2v6 Budget

      14:46
    • Session 2v7 Budget Examples

      8:54
    • Session 2v8 Monitoring & Evaluation

      10:20
    • Session 2v9 M & E 1st two parts

      10:14
    • Session 2v10 M&E final two parts

      15:02
    • Session 2v11 Sustainability

      6:50
    • Session 2v12 Conclusion

      6:08
    • Session 3 Post proposal work

      8:21

About This Class

Writing a successful grant proposal (one that gets you the funds) is not a simple task. There is research and excellent writing expertise that need to be in place before proceeding with the development of a proposal. If you do not typically receive grants and yet put a lot of hard work into writing them, take a look at this course which I have compiled on effective grant proposal writing.

The course is divided into three sessions – Pre-Proposal Preparation, Proposal Writing and Post-Proposal Work – specifically focused on the most important areas of developing an effective proposal. The course comprises of 18 short videos and some practical exercises with an estimated time of approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes.

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I am a beginner at grant writing and this was a really helpful course with a lot of detail about each section of a grant proposal.

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Ifzal Ahmad is working as Assistant Professor at Karakoram International University, Pakistan since 2010. A PhD scholar at Air University, Islamabad Pakistan and a Masters from Leeds Beckett University, UK. He is also a certified trainer from International Finance Corporation (IFC) – a subsidiary of The World Bank. With over a decade of experience in working with the education, development and private sectors, Ifzal brings a unique combination of theory and pracitce to his class for furthering students' understanding and learning.