Our standard training offer in Proposal Writing for RIA/IA/CSA consists of 2 training days. The on-site version consists of 7 hours of training per day, for a total of 14 hours. The online version consists of 4 hours per day, for a total of 8 hours.
By adopting a pragmatic didactic approach enriched by examples and exercises, the training course evolves from the basic notions to the greater complexities of each section of the application form.
On the first day, we will deal with the programmatic context of Pillar 2, with the definition of the fundamental notions of Key Strategic Orientations (KSO), Clusters, Destinations, Topics, and Call for Proposal, in order to place the project idea in the necessary policy context implemented by the Donor. You learn to break down the Call for proposal into its components, and to verify their correspondence to the project idea. Yet, on the first day, we appreciate the complexity of the path that leads from a go-decision to the submission of the proposal, through all the phases necessary to ensure that the consortium is complete, solid, involved, participatory and that the initial idea of a “Coordinator” becomes the project of many partners (so-called “institutional buy-in”).
On the second day, each section of the application form is analyzed in the very detail, ensuring a profound and complete understanding of the information required by the donor, and the way it should be provided.