Proposal Writing Course in Singapore

About This Proposal Writing Training Course

Proposal Writing Course in Singapore

The first step to the success of the desired project is in writing an effective and convincing proposal. A proposal is the initial formal contact with a client and thus needs to reflect both professionalism and passion. Proposal writing should be structured based on facts, reasonable objectives, and feasible timetables.

Who Should Attend This Proposal Writing Workshop

This Proposal Writing workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Proposal Writing.

  • All Staff Within An Organisation

  • Managers

  • Team Leaders

  • Executives

  • Assistants

  • Officers

  • Secretaries

Group Size For This Proposal Writing Training Program

The ideal group size for this Proposal Writing course is:

  • Minimum: 5 Participants

  • Maximum: 15 Participants

Course Duration For This Proposal Writing Skills Course

The duration of this Proposal Writing workshop is 2 full days. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 3 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.

  • 2 Full Days

  • 9 a.m to 5 p.m

Proposal Writing Course Benefits

Below is the list of course benefits of our Proposal Writing course

  1. Understand what proposals are for
  2. Recognise how to write a successful proposal
  3. Learn the keys of a good proposal
  4. Understand what proposal-receivers want to hear
  5. Recognise flaws in proposals

Proposal Writing Course Objectives

Below is the list of course objectives of our Proposal Writing course

  1. Construct memorable copy that enhances proposals
  2. Communicate with proposal-receivers and understand what they’re looking for
  3. Recognise what went wrong with unsuccessful proposals
  4. Compare successful proposals to one’s which were denied or rejected
  5. Examine the way that people read proposals
  6. Understand how to structure a proposal so it is easy to consume information

Course Content For This Proposal Writing Training Course

Below is the list of course content of our Proposal Writing training course

  1. What is a proposal?
  2. What makes a memorable proposal?
  3. What information is necessary in a proposal?
  4. What information can be left out of a proposal?
  5. Do’s and Don’ts of proposals
  6. Practicing writing proposals
  7. Who will read your proposal?

Proposal Writing Value Added Materials

Each participant will receive the following materials for the Proposal Writing course

Proposal Writing Learner’s Guide

Proposal Writing Key Takeaways Notes

Proposal Writing Essentials Ebook

Proposal Writing Course Handouts

Proposal Writing 30-Day Action Plan

Proposal Writing MindMaps Pack

Proposal Writing PPT Slides Used During Course

Proposal Writing Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack

Proposal Writing E-Learning Course

Proposal Writing Online Video Course

Proposal Writing Essentials Audiobook

Proposal Writing Infographics Pack

Proposal Writing Certification

Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion

Course Fees

There are 3 pricing options available for this Proposal Writing training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Proposal Writing training course.

2-Full Day Course

S$78997
  • Learner’s Guide
  • Course Handouts

Premium 2-Full Day Course

S$88997
  • Learner’s Guide
  • Course Handouts
  • PPT Slides Used During Training Course
  • Long-Term Memory Flashcards Guide TM
  • 1 Year Access to Online Training Video Course (*Worth S$589.97)
  • Contact Your Trainer: 90-Day Post Course Help (*Worth S$89.97)
  • Key Learning Takeaway Notes (*Worth S$18.97)
  • Audio Book (*Worth S$18.97)
  • eBook (*Worth S$14.97)
  • Course Infographics Pack (*Worth S$11.97)
  • Course Mind Maps (*Worth S$8.97)
  • 30-Day Action Plan

Course Discounts, Fundings & Subsidies

We have the following  discounts, fundings & subsidies for this Proposal Writing training course

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  • Post Training Support: A vast majority of training does not have any effect beyond 120 days. To work, training has to have a strong pre- and post-training component. Post-training reinforcement helps individuals to recall the understanding and ask questions.

  • Blended Learning: Learning does not occur in the classroom. Virtually everybody prefers distinct ways of learning. Successful learning should have a multi-channel, multi-modal strategy.

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  • Course Content: Knowles Training Institute’s material is relevant, of high quality and provide specific learning results. Participants will leave the training course feeling as they have gained a strong understanding and will also be in a position to execute what they have learned sensibly.

  • Course Development — The workshop modules follow a systematic and logical arrangement. This structure helps to ensure that the course material allows the facilitators to deliver the course in a logical arrangement. Consider the subjects as building bricks into learning, our facilitators slowly build towards a comprehensive picture of this entire topic.

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Questions

Writing a proposal (Step by step):

  1.  Define the problem.
  2. Present your solution.
  3. Define your deliverables and success criteria.
  4. State your plan or approach.
  5. Outline your project schedule and budget.
  6. Tie it all together.
  7. Edit/proofread your proposal.

Proposals are either solicited or unsolicited. Solicited proposals are requested; an organization can call for proposals from interested parties. Unsolicited proposals are called prospecting recommendations. They are extra complicated and should catch the receiver’s attention.

A proposal is a written record that is made in an effort to convince the candidate to use the proposal’s solution to a problem or want. A proposal can also be made for an internal candidate where the proposal seeks to satisfy an organizational need or solve a difficulty.

Proposal examples are written statements that are directed to clients or by any business to its head administrators. It carries ideas that would be helpful to an organization. There are several types of proposals, such as a funds proposal and development proposal. Proposals aim to be accepted by the people concerned.

Proposals are informational and persuasive writing because they strive to persuade the reader to do something. The purpose of the writer is not only to convince the reader to do what is requested, but also to get the reader to believe that the answer is practical and appropriate.

Writing a business proposal will assist you to make essential choices on things like cash flow, marketing, and personnel. Having clear goals and aspirations will also allow you to control the business’s performance and make improvements as you move forward.

A summary of the recommended project, including the reason for the proposed research, a description of specific aims and objectives, the experimental approaches to be used, and the possible significance of the study.

Summarize the essential points of your proposal, concentrating on why action is required and highlighting the benefits the work will have for the business. Again, these issues were included in your proposal, but the closing should consist of bullet points or spoken highlights of your key benefits.

The body of the proposal should describe the full details of the answer of how the job should be done, breaking them into separate tasks; what method will be used to do it, including the equipment, material, and personnel that would be required; and, when the job will be completed.

The completion of an outline proposal should do the same thing it does for any other proposal, but the information should be different. In your final section, you will summarize the project, including the problem, motivation, and proposed solution.

The completion of an outline proposal should do the same thing it does for any other proposal, but the information should be different. In your final section, you will summarize the project, including the problem, motivation, and proposed solution.

The phrase, in conclusion, means “ultimately, to sum up,” and is applied to add some final comments of a speech or writing. A foregone conclusion is a result that seems inevitable.

The phrase jump to conclusions means “to come to judgment without sufficient evidence.

Here’s the structure of a proposal:

A proposal usually includes:

  • Introduction: A brief overview of the problem and benefits.
  • Issue: The primary definition of the item.
  • Solution: The main description of the solution.
  • Qualifications: Overview of the personnel required.
  • Conclusion of benefits, and wrap-up: Balance the change against the benefit.

Elements of a proposal:

  • Abstract/Summary.
  • Statement of Need.
  • Project Activity, Methodology, and Outcomes
  • Evaluation.
  • Dissemination.
  • Budget and Continuation Funding.

Elements of a proposal:

  • Abstract/Summary.
  • Statement of Need.
  • Project Activity, Methodology, and Outcomes
  • Evaluation.
  • Dissemination.
  • Budget and Continuation Funding.

A research proposal is a brief and understandable review of your proposed research. It arranges out the central issues or problems that you aim to address. It describes the general area of research within which your study falls, referring to the knowledge and any recent debates on the topic.

Here are 4 (four) characteristics of a good proposal to remember:

  • Idea is innovative.
  • The applicant has expertise but also an understanding of the project’s weaknesses.
  • The applicant has done the required homework.
  • The applicant has done the project with those that is trying to help.

A proposal is a written document that is prepared in an attempt to convince the prospect to choose the proposal’s solution to a problem or require. A proposal can also be prepared for an internal chance where the project seeks to fill an organizational demand or solve a problem.

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