Protecting our Places workshops
These workshops will appeal to any NSW Aboriginal community group or organisation looking for funding to protect or restore the environmental values of land that is culturally significant to Aboriginal people, or support education projects about the environment and its importance in Aboriginal life.
Workshops will focus on the Protecting our Places grants program opening on 16 March 2013.
Face to face workshops will be held across NSW as well as a series of webinars (online seminars combined with teleconferencing).
Workshops are designed to help you and inform you on:
ways to protect and care for your Country
- what makes a good application
project planning, budgets, delivery and reporting
support available when writing your application and delivering your project
The workshops will also provide an opportunity to discuss and develop your project ideas, and over lunch, meet with invited local organisations that can assist you with your project.
A copy of the flyer can be downloaded and can be used to send out to others within your organisation.
To attend either a workshop or webinar session, you will be able to register online. To be added to the invitation email list, please email your name, organisation and email address to email@example.com .
The workshops will start at 10.00 am and finish around 3.00 pm. Morning tea and lunch will be provided.
|Thursday 21 March
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|Tuesday 26 March
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|Thursday 4 April
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|Tuesday 9 April
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|Thursday 11 April
||Thursday 16 May
Note: For the webinar you will require a computer with internet access next to a telephone.
|Monday 22 April
||10.00 - 11.00 am
||Wednesday 24 April
||10.00 - 11.00 am |
|Tuesday 23 April
||10.00 - 11.00 am
||Monday 20 May
||10.00 - 11.00 am|
Granted: How to get funding and deliver successful projects
A series of workshops were held during March and April 2013. The workshops appealed groups and organisations looking for funding to support the environment in their region and provided an invaluable opportunity to build and share knowledge. The workshops were conducted over two sessions, with the afternoon offering a choice for specific groups.
The morning session assisting with building the framework for a successful project, and content included:
types of funding available
matching ideas to funding
project planning, delivery and reporting
Two different sessions in the afternoon were run concurrently.
Session one, was specifically designed for councils to provide advice and assistance on the current Coastal, Estuary and Floodplain Management grant programs.
Session two, provided delegates the opportunity to develop their project idea with the assistance of OEH staff.
For additional detail please call (02) 8837 6320 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Should you wish to be added to our notification email database, please contact the Trust by either method above and provide us with your name, organisation, contact number and email address.
Page last updated: 20 March 2013