Federal Grant Planning and Management Training 5/11/17 & 5/12/17

Special thanks to the Rutland Regional Medical Center for sharing this announcement with us:

Rutland Regional Medical Center Announces Grant Management Essentials Training
Seeking and winning grants is only the beginning…Learn how to plan and operationalize them!

Rutland, VT— The Grantsmanship Center’s Grant Management Essentials Training will be held Thursday and Friday, May 11th and 12th, 2017 in RutlandRutland Regional Medical Center announced sponsorship of The Grantsmanship Center’s Grant Management Essentials Training, fostering community building through collaboration and by bringing this highly acclaimed training to Vermont.

“Vermont agencies and not-for-profit organizations developing programs and seeking grant funding to support them benefit from the comprehensive two-day interactive program, as it goes beyond the basics and explores the impact of programs on organizations systems and provides practical tools to employ for planning and implementation,” said Marie Gilmond, Community Benefits Manager at Rutland Regional Medical Center. “Aligning program management, grant management and organizational systems is essential to successful implementation.”

 

Positive Impact

Many agencies and organizations have already benefited from the knowledge and skills acquired during The Grantsmanship Center’s Grant Management Essentials Training. Rutland Regional Medical Center, a not-for-profit, recently has been incorporating templates, checklists and planning strategies acquired at the training last year to improve their grant management efforts. The Grantsmanship Center’s Grant Management Essentials Training will be held Thursday and Friday, May 11th and 12th, 2017 in Rutland to enable Rutland Regional Medical Center and other Vermont agencies and not-for-profits access to professionals that help examine critical legal and policy considerations, and focus on the tasks, responsibilities, practices, and real-world situations that grant and project managers confront every day.

Created by two of the nation’s leading experts in the field, this training is fast-paced, making a daunting topic approachable and understandable.  Attendees learn from the presenters, and from one another throughout the seminar, using real life experiences as context, and leave with customizable templates, a network of colleagues to contact, and follow-up support from The Grantsmanship Center.

“We are continually striving to organize requirements for solid grant management, establish roles and responsibilities of members of the grant and project management team(s), and maximize the benefit of the funding we receive to support needed projects ,” said Bill Gee, Compliance Administrator, Rutland Regional Medical Center. “Understanding the ins and outs of allowed costs, procurement requirements and indirect costs, we can ensure the best successes and compliance with funder requirements, leading to mutual accomplishment.”

Availability

Sponsoring The Grantsmanship Center’s Grant Management Essentials training seminar locally is driven by Rutland Regional Medical Center’s own positive experience with the training, and our desire to support and promote capacity, at home and across the state, to seek and manage funding to continually improve programming in and for our communities.

This two-day training seminar is limited to 30 participants. Registration, including light breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack each day is $835 per person by Monday, April 24th; the fee is $885 after April 24th, if space is available. Rutland Regional Medical Center will offer a limited number of partial scholarships, request for which must be submitted in writing by Thursday April 6th. For more information and to register, please contact Brenda Colburn, Community Health Improvement, at (802) 776-5502 or bjcolburn@rrmc.org.

 

For more information on the training please visit https://www.tgci.com/grant-management-essentials-0

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