Research Proposal and Research Grants Writing Workshop
This online course aims to assist researchers in developing essential skills in writing a research proposal that secures funding. It is oriented to individuals who work in academic or professional research organisations or in NGOs that do applied research and run practical programs. This course is interactive, online, and can accommodate 15 participants. Participants will receive a course pack with relevant literature and guidelines on proposal writing.
1) To know how to ‘unpack’ the terms of reference,
2) To understand the scientific/technical components of the proposal,
3) To understand the other components of the proposal,
4) To understand the subjective aspects of a funding application.
Prof. Tim Quinlan
Professionally trained social anthropologist with extensive work experience as an environmental scientists prior to engaging with health research.
Prof. Kaymarlin Govender
Professionally trained behavioural scientist with expertise in health evaluation research.
MEDIUM: Online seminars via Zoom.
LENGTH: Three days via four 2-hour seminars.
Monday 23 May (Morning & afternoon sessions at 9.30am & 1.30pm)
Tuesday 24 May (Morning session at 9.30am)
Wednesday 25 May (Morning session at 9.30am)
COST: R 1 984 per person.
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: R 1 500 per person. (If payment is made within 7 days of receiving an email to let you know that your application was successful.)
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 6 April 2022
TO APPLY, FOLLOW THE LINK BELOW:
WORKSHOP REFERENCE NUMBER: 1001006
Please direct queries to Emma Lansdell at: