Download Flyer. Introduction to Project Planning Date:
Monday 12 August 2019 Time:
7:30am - 10:30am, Breakfast Included Venue:
Kalgoorlie-Boulder Chamber of Commerce & Industry, 3/58 Egan St, Kalgoorlie
Are you a business owner, manager or project officer in Kalgoorlie-Boulder? Are you responsible for planning, coordinating or delivering projects through your business or role? Then this Introduction to Project Planning
workshop is for you.
Delivered by the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the Goldfields-Esperance Development Commission, this workshop will give you the skills necessary to research, write and produce a high-quality project plan for your next business venture, event or initiative.
This workshop will also discuss upcoming State Government grants and funding opportunities, including the Regional Economic Development (RED) Grants program, leaving participants well-prepared to apply.
Following the workshop, interested participants will also have the opportunity for their Project Plan to be reviewed by a local consultant, gaining valuable feedback and advice on how to enhance or improve their plan. This workshop will cover:
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- How to turn an idea into a Project Plan, and how this applies to your business or organisation
- How to define your project and prepare a Project Plan
- Budgeting and identifying risks
- How to measure your success
- How a Project Plan can help you apply for grant funding
- Where to find grants that are most suitable for your business or organisation
- Overview of the Regional Economic Development (RED) Grants program
Contact the City's Economic Development team via (08) 9021 9600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Goldfields-Esperance Development Commission on (08) 9080 5000. Register for the Workshop online here: Register Online
Both the Business and Community workshops are being delivered in partnership with Ali Kent from Compass Consultancy. Ali has amassed over 30 years experience in high level strategic managment in the WA State Government public service. During that time she secured and managed multi-million dollars worth of funding programs and projects, overseeing policy and strategy change at the highest level of government.
Ali is looking forward to supporting local businesses and community groups discover, create and submit quality grant applications
The Kalgoorlie-Boulder Funding Finder is a localised grant finding service to assist Goldfields businesses and community groups to discover over 841 Grants worth $47.3B. The portal brings a range of grants to one central location, helping you to quickly search and identify appropriate grants and funding opportunities.
Access the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Funding Finder here:
Kalgoorlie-Boulder Funding Finder