A successful bid scores well against the priorities identified in the tender specification. How you explain your proposal and answer the questions asked in the response determines the score you will get. The session will cover the important principles of writing a good bid and the practical ways you can incorporate them into your response.
We will look at the three essential elements:
1. Understanding the tender specification – what are they asking for?
2. Developing an outline proposal – how will you deliver what they are asking for?
3. Writing the bid – have you answered the questions they’ve asked?
The focus of the day is on crafting bids for ESF tender specifications that will be published over the next few months, but the general principles and practical tips are applicable to a broad range of bidding activities including proposals for internal organisational resources. Di Pudney has spent a considerable amount of time over the years writing, scoring and evaluating bids and has a lot of experience of what works and what doesn’t!
Join us and spend some time looking at what works!
This course is free to members of Involving Lincs and booking is essential. Places are limited to 1 per organisation.
Visit our online booking service to reserve your place.
A light lunch will be provided.