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Effective Grants Management Conference 2009 - Advertorial


Thursday, 15th October 2009 at 11:41 am
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Seeking, administering and managing grants is not what it used to be. Whether you're a grant maker or grant seeker, today's economic climate and regulatory reforms have shifted both expectations and requirements. Issues such as service delivery, the rigour applied to grant making, limited funding, and the acquisition and management of grants are essential topics in today's environment.

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Effective Grants Management Conference 2009 - Advertorial
Thursday, 15th October 2009 at 11:41 am

Seeking, administering and managing grants is not what it used to be. Whether you’re a grant maker or grant seeker, today’s economic climate and regulatory reforms have shifted both expectations and requirements. Issues such as service delivery, the rigour applied to grant making, limited funding, and the acquisition and management of grants are essential topics in today’s environment.

Effective grants management: Best practice and accountability for better outcomes

One-day conference from CPA Australia

Sydney: Monday 23 November 2009
Melbourne: Wednesday 25 November 2009

At this year’s ‘Effective grants management’ conference, you’ll benefit from fresh and innovative methods, and learn practical and effective ways to apply best practice and accountability from the outset when managing clients.

Key Benefits:

– Discover how effective planning and measuring can lead to achieving desired outcomes
– Be aware of your obligations and requirements in managing expectations
– Delve into e-Grants and online grants management systems
– Uncover the strength and success in collaborative partnerships
– Explore alternative funding options outside of government grants

You’ll also have the rare opportunity to network with grant management professionals who are ultimately seeking the same benefits as you are. Don’t miss out on your chance to share in the grant management information exchange of the year.

Key Speakers:

Peter Achterstraat FCPA – NSW Auditor General, The Audit Office of New South Wales
Des Pearson FCPA – VIC Auditor General, Victorian Auditor-General’s Office
Christine Edward – Chief Executive Officer, The Myer Foundation
Anita Eglitis – Chief Executive Officer, eGrants.com
Vanessa Meachen – Research and Training Coordinator, Philanthropy Australia
Corinne Young – Executive Director Community Investment, Department of Planning and Community Development

Take advantage of this opportunity to gain the practical knowledge you need to respond to the challenges of a dynamic market place. Seats are filling fast, so register today to avoid disappointment.

For further information, view the brochure at cpaaustralia.com.au/cpd/egmconference2009.pdf or contact CPA Australia on 1300 857 705 or visit cpaaustralia.com.au/cpd




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