New E-learning Course Helps Organisations Get Grant Ready

A new online version of the popular Idox Information Solutions training course ‘Get Grant Ready – A Beginner Course in Funding Applications’ has been launched.

The e-learning training course is ideally suited to voluntary and community sector organisations that are interested in learning how to put together successful bid applications but do not have a lot of money to spend on training.

The course is aimed at people who are just getting started in the world of funding and provides them with the tools needed to write winning funding applications. Covering everything from the ‘Do’s and Don’ts of Writing an Application’ to ‘Why Applications Fail’, the programme includes many practical exercises to ensure that trainees are fully immersed in the course material.

The course offers the same content as the regular training course but can be taken at a time and place that is convenient to the group. The information is in an easy-to-use format, and trainees can proceed at their own pace.

Groups will emerge from the course with a clear understanding of how to go about applying for funding, how to find and choose appropriate funders, how to approach standard application questions and how to avoid application pitfalls.

Get Grant Ready is being offered at an introductory rate of £55 plus VAT for a single user license, or £500 for a multi-user licence that covers up to 10 people within the organisation. This training course can be deployed on the date that the organisation chooses and will be available for a three-week period.

For more information on Get Grant Ready, contact the Idox Training Department on 0844 874 0739 or email

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