Course Outline

Applying for and winning grants from Irish Government Agencies and the European Union is the lifeblood of many entities in both the commercial and not-for-profit sector in Ireland. Organisations that apply for and receive grants enter a range of commitments and obligations that, if not responsibly
managed, could critically hinder the organisation in achieving its goals, and in a worst-case scenario putthe survival of the organisation in doubt.

This three-day training course provides a governance and financial management toolkit that ensures attendees leave with the practical knowledge and skills to win grant aid, then effectively manage the drawdown, spending and controlling of the monies received.

It helps organisations put in place proper arrangements for ensuring the funding received is used for the purposes intended by the funding
agency, and that proper records and reporting structures are maintained.

Programme Review:

Day 1:
Sourcing Grant Funding

Day 2:
Contractual and Regulatory Requirements

Day 3:
Further issues surrounding the management of Grant Funding.

Cost


The cost for this 3-day course is €1495 per person.

If you would like to have this course run inhouse for your organisation, the cost per person would be reduced. Email inhousetraining@pai.ie for further information.

Learning Methodologies: Lecture style, practical application through group discussions, case studies, template procedures and timelines.

Course Delivery: The seminar is delivered online in a virtual classroom facilitated from our dedicated virtual classroom on Zoom. PAI will provide electronic handouts of trainer slides and supporting learning materials to all participants via email in advance of the training session.

Alternatively this seminar can be delivered inhouse – either online or in-person for your organisation. Email inhousetraining@pai.ie for further information.

Register your interest in the next cohort of this programme. Email info@pai.ie

For further information on this course, request a copy of the brochure – email info@pai.ie