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Grant Writing and Grant Administration Training Events

LTAP & TTAP LogoPlease consider attending the two-day Grant Writing workshop that M.G. Tech-Writing, LLC is contracted to provide at the Clarion Inn in Grand Junction, Colorado on April 4 and 5, 2018 on behalf of the Colorado Local Technical Assistance Program’s Roads Scholars II Program.

This will be a comprehensive training directed to transportation professionals, as well as town, city, and county employees. Interested Tribal Transportation Program attendees will be able to schedule one-on-one time to review elements of Tribal Transportation Program grant writing and the specifics of writing successful tribal grant proposals.

Be sure to bring a grant proposal that you’re working on currently, or one which was not funded, so that you can learn how to make that proposal competitive.

The registration fee for this workshop is $75 per person for employees of government agencies and $100 per person for non-government agencies, and includes a course manual, class handouts, and lunch on both days:

https://www.coloradoltap.org/assnfe/ev.asp?ID=20054

Feel free also to contact us if you’re interested in having MGT come to your location to provide a grant writing and/or grant administration workshop.  We provide workshops ranging from a single day to five days in length, and can also help your organization develop specific webinar or seminar presentations, as well.  Stay tuned for the remainder of our 2018 schedule of grant writing and grant administration training workshops.

Proposal Writing Training Events

MGT is in the process of developing a new workshop training on proposal writing, which will provide comprehensive instruction in how to write competitive RFP, RFQ, and RFI proposal responses for new contract work and project opportunities.  Check back with us regarding our upcoming 2017 dates, times and locations for this exciting new training.

Bike Traffic Skills Courses

SmartCycling_8.5x11_Final_Page_2Interested parties, aged 14 and older, are invited to inquire into scheduling a Smart Cycling Course and/or LCI Seminar.

MGT co-facilitated the planning of the Friday, April 15, 2016 and Saturday, April 16, 2016 with Martin Ince, Multi-Modal Planner with the Flagstaff Metropolitan Planning Organization (and LCI #3338), and Jim Harms, LCI #2006, for the LCI Seminar.

Co-sponsored with the League of American Bicyclists, the Smart Cycling Courses are free of charge, and require at least two months planning and preparation time.