How to apply for grants (research sector) with Keith Whelan

Date: 28th April, 2021 

Time: 11:30 – 12:30 pm AEST

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Who should attend 

This 1 hour webinar is the ideal, practical guide to grant writing for any Research Body seeking to attain funding by applying for Grants from both philanthropic and public sector. This is a practical step by step webinar where grants from private philanthropic sector will assessed and participants will have the opportunity to discuss potential applications.

A discussion will also take place with regard to current developments in the Grants sector in terms of areas of interest and the alignment of this sector with R&D funding opportunities sought by Masters & PHD Students as well as organisations sourcing funding for research. This section will also include an update on available COVID 19 Stimulus Package funding.

This workshop will provide valuable knowledge on a range of Grants related topics:
• Practical Grant Writing Tips
• Having a Plan of Action
• Getting Grant Ready
• How to avoid the Pitfalls of a Grant Application Process
• “Selling” your Research Grant Application
• What Funding Bodies look for in a Grant Application

About the presenter: Keith Whelan

Keith presently works with Research Bodies sourcing both public and private sector funding. Keith has consulted with Local, State and Federal Government in Australia, New Zealand & Ireland.

He presently teaches and has taught Research Grant Writing Workshops at the likes of NSW Health, Public Health Networks, Local Health Districts, University of Sydney, University of Newcastle, Macquarie University, University of Canberra, University of Adelaide, Massey University in New Zealand and University College Cork in Ireland

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