Proposal Writing – Online Training Course – Certificate in Proposal Writing – Write Effective Project Proposals
A good proposal doesn’t just outline what product or service you would like to create or deliver. It does so in such a way that the reader feels it is the only logical choice. This online course helps you to explore the proposal writing process including the most common types of proposals.
|Study method – Online, self-paced (4-6 study hours)
Course format – Online (24/7 access), modular
Course Duration – Part-time (1-year access)
Qualification – CPD certificate of completion
Course Delivery – via desktop PC/MAC, laptops, tablets or smartphones
Awarded Body – CPD Accreditation Service (UK)
Proposal Writing Course Aims
This proposal writing e-learning course will take participants through each step of the proposal writing process, from understanding why they are writing a proposal; to gathering information; to writing and proofreading; then to creating the final, professional product.
Proposal Writing Course Objectives
The objectives of this proposal writing course are to:
- Identify the purpose of a proposal
- Identify different types of proposals
- Identify and perform the steps in the proposal writing process
- Perform a needs analysis and write a goal statement
- Prepare a proposal outline
- Improve their writing skills with a variety of techniques
- Use appropriate resources and ghosting to build a strong case
- Add illustrations to their proposal
- Proofread and edit their proposal
- Add the finishing touches to create a professional-looking final product
What is Covered in this Proposal Writing Course?
This online proposal writing course will cover the following:
|Module One: Getting Started
Module Two: Understanding Proposals
Module Three: Beginning the Proposal Writing Process
Module Four: Preparing an Outline
Module Five: Finding Facts
Module Six: Writing Skills (I)
|Module Seven: Writing Skills (II)
Module Eight: Writing the Proposal
Module Nine: Checking for Readability
Module Ten: Proofreading and Editing
Module Eleven: Adding the Final Touches
Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
What is proposal writing?
“The thought of writing a proposal overwhelms many people, but the task does not have to be daunting. Proposals are written when people need to ask permission to make a purchase, do a project, or write a paper; the proposal is a formal way of putting forth an idea and asking for action to be taken on that idea”
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- Only 4-6 hours recommended study time
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- Complete course on a desktop computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone
- Additional references and downloadable materials available
- CPD accredited certification on completion
- The content of this online training course has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.
- All our online courses are accredited and internationally recognised (UK CPD Accreditation Service)
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