Advanced Bidding and Tendering

This advanced Masterclass on bidding and tendering builds on the skills, knowledge and experience of delegates who have proven experienced success in accessing and securing funding in excess of £100,000. Being successful means sustaining funding into the future and you will need to maximise the potential of all bids, strategies and responses. It covers the advanced aspects of bidding and tending including:

  • Building status and sustainable partnerships
  • Advanced bidding concept
  • Logic models and theories of change
  • Social and other returns on investment
  • Generating ideas and maximising impact
  • Cross cutting themes

  • For Whom

    This one day workshop is for experienced bid and tender writers, project and funding managers from: non-profit making organisations, Housing Associations, other housing organisations, HE & FE institutions, Universities, Officers in Local Authorities, staff from Careers Service, NHS Trusts, Voluntary and Charitable organisations and others with the responsibility for managing or developing training and development, employment, community or regeneration projects.

    Aims and Objectives

    This workshop enables those with current experience of bidding and tendering to expand and implement strategies that directly contribute towards sustainable success. Delegates will engage in discussions and practical exercises that aim to increase their understanding of the process and illustrate the importance of skill development through the completion of exercises designed to highlight and develop writing and response skills.

    Content

    • How to embed good practice and build upon lessons learned
    • How to relate cutting edge theory to current practice
    • How to maximise project impact through the integration of tracking, monitoring and measuring outcomes
    • How to embed theory of change and logic modelling
    • The importance of cross cutting themes for government contracts
    • How to develop and maintain writing skills
    • Appraisal, scoring and evaluation
    • Sources of information and support

    This advanced Masterclass on bidding and tendering builds on the skills, knowledge and experience of delegates who have proven experienced success in accessing and securing funding in excess of £100,000. Being successful means sustaining funding into the future and you will need to maximise the potential of all bids, strategies and responses. It covers the advanced aspects of bidding and tending including:

  • Building status and sustainable partnerships
  • Advanced bidding concept
  • Logic models and theories of change
  • Social and other returns on investment
  • Generating ideas and maximising impact
  • Cross cutting themes

  • For Whom

    This one day workshop is for experienced bid and tender writers, project and funding managers from: non-profit making organisations, Housing Associations, other housing organisations, HE & FE institutions, Universities, Officers in Local Authorities, staff from Careers Service, NHS Trusts, Voluntary and Charitable organisations and others with the responsibility for managing or developing training and development, employment, community or regeneration projects.

    Aims and Objectives

    This workshop enables those with current experience of bidding and tendering to expand and implement strategies that directly contribute towards sustainable success. Delegates will engage in discussions and practical exercises that aim to increase their understanding of the process and illustrate the importance of skill development through the completion of exercises designed to highlight and develop writing and response skills.

    Content

    • How to embed good practice and build upon lessons learned
    • How to relate cutting edge theory to current practice
    • How to maximise project impact through the integration of tracking, monitoring and measuring outcomes
    • How to embed theory of change and logic modelling
    • The importance of cross cutting themes for government contracts
    • How to develop and maintain writing skills
    • Appraisal, scoring and evaluation
    • Sources of information and support