Resourcing Scotland's Heritage has released its new training programme for early 2017. The sessions teach potential funding applicants how to widen their funding options and improve their chances of achieving funding success! Amongst the training opportunities on offer are:
Wednesday 18th January: 'Make it Happen', Glasgow
Tuesday 31st January: 'Telling it like it is: How effective copywriting can help your case for support', Edinburgh
Wednesday 8th February: 'Planning to Progress', Glasgow
Wednesday 15th February: 'In Focus – DTAS Event on Legacies', Nairn
Wednesday 22nd February: *NEW COURSE* - 'In Focus: Full Cost Recovery', Edinburgh
Thursday 16th March: 'In Focus: Introduction to Sponsorship', Edinburgh
For more information, please view: http://www.resourcingscotlandsheritage.org/training-and-events/
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- The Marie Trust
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