Ready to develop the skills and strategies you need to become an integral part of one of the world's fastest-growing professional certification sectors—grant writing? In the Professional Grant Writing course, you will further the ideals and goals of your career track by learning about the required competencies that can lead to an internationally recognized certification by one of the leading grant professional associations. For example, you will discover there is so much more to writing grants than finding funding and writing grant proposals. Grant professionals must also know how to delve into supporting organizational development for grant applicants, coach them in communicating with potential funders, assist with internal and external collaborations with a successful mix of partners, and magically spin out program design language.
In this grant writing certification course, you will become proficient in the proposal and case statement formats used by foundations and government grantmaking agencies. Throughout this grant writing course, you will learn about the certification process for grant professionals and write different elements of a complete grant application, culminating in a case statement for your capstone assignment with expert instructor feedback on each element. From grant funding trends to matching your course project to the right funding sources, you will be confident in differentiating yourself from a grant writer to a grant professional!
This grant writing training will also prepare you for the Grant Professional Certified (GPC) exam offered by the Grant Professionals Certification Institute (GPCI), which has minimum requirements of education and grant experience based on the level of education obtained. This course offers enrollment with or without a voucher. The voucher covers the fee to sit for the GPC exam upon eligibility, and includes a one-year professional membership to the Grant Professionals Association (GPA).
This course has been accepted in GPCI’s (Grant Professionals Certification Institute) Accepted Education Program.