main-headerHow to Develop your Project’ Workshop which will be held on Thursday 28th November 2013 at EMC.

 

Workshop
Whether you’re applying for funding or using your own funds, contin-uing an existing project or starting a new one you want to do your best to ensure your project will be successful. You want to make sure that it meets a need and is deliverable; you want to be confident that you are making best use of your limited resources and are offer-ing a value for money service.

 

Project development is more than merely coming up with an idea for a project. It starts with setting objectives and progresses through de-veloping an evidence base, generating and selecting project ideas, project delivery planning, establishing processes for monitoring per-formance and risk management.
This course is designed to give participants the basic tools to be able to develop projects they can have confidence in.

 

Workshop Content
1. Introduction to ‘What is a project’?
2. Developing project objectives – drivers, SMART targets, out-comes
3. Understanding need – what is it and where’s the evidence
4. Generating project ideas and selecting ‘preferred projects’ – Brainstorming, SWOT and other techniques
5. Project delivery planning – project planning charts, matching resources to project delivery
6. Monitoring and review – performance indicators, gathering and using monitoring information
7. Risk analysis – what could go wrong, how do you prevent and what do you do if it does go wrong
This workshop is facilitated by Michael Brown, a trainer with more than thirty years’ project development experience within the volun-tary sector. The course is designed to be interactive, combining tutor input, individual and group exercise and facilitated discussions.

 

 

Cost: The workshop is free to all attendees!

Timings: This workshop will have the following timing:
9:15am Registration
9:45am Course start
4.30pm Course ends
Refreshments will be provided throughout the workshop and a light lunch provided at 12.45pm,

 

Venue
The Ethnic Minority Council
18 Stewart Street
Wolverhampton WV2 4JW

 

Participants attending this workshop from areas outside Wolverhampton may have travel expenses reimbursed, if required and subject to suitable evidence being provided.

 

Booking Details
If you would like to attend this workshop please book your place us-ing one of the following methods:
Email: anna.wilkes@cfed.org.uk
Phone: 01384 456166
Or return the slip attatched below to Anna Wilkes, Centre for Equality & Diversity, 16a Stone Street, Dudley DY1 1NS

 

 

 

 

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