Training

BAC 5-Part Workshop Series Flyer2eGrant Writing and Grant Administration Workshops

M.G. Tech-Writing, L.L.C. (MGT)  has been providing workshop instruction in how to write competitive grant proposals and how to effectively and efficiently administer grant projects since 2005. Ms. Casebier provides on-site workshops to interested clients across the United States, and has been a national level training facilitator for NeighborWorks America for several years. Additionally, if your organization needs to develop a cadre of grant savvy staff, MGT can design a unique two-day Train-the-Trainer workshop in grant preparation and grant administration that ends with a grant development work session with hands-on guidance on a specific grant proposal of your choice.

 

Proposal Writing Workshops

MGT recently developed a proposal writing curriculum to assist for-profit engineering, architecture, design, planning and construction firms with the challenges of developing highly-competitive Request for Proposal (RFP), Request for Qualifications (RFQ), and Request for Information (RFI) proposal responses for government agencies.  Whether you are seeking to develop a 60 to 90-minute webinar or conference breakout session; or if you are interested in a one or two-day training workshop, MGT will teach your staff how to critically review the RFP/RFQ/RFI solicitation to develop competitive response strategies; then, identify/clarify opportunities, requirements, and the most competitive proposal concept.  Workshop attendees will learn all aspects of the proposal creation and bid development process (e.g., data, organization credential, and information gathering; document layout, writing, editing, labor hour estimates, etc.), as well as efficient proposal development tracking mechanisms to ensure the deadline is met.  Course instruction also includes training in solicitation source review, and maintenance of upcoming proposal lists/calendars.

 

Partner with M.G. Tech-Writing, L.L.C. to bring a two-day workshop to your community at a facility you provide, and you will receive:

• complimentary seats in the workshop;
• an excellent public relations opportunity for your organization; and
• the chance to showcase your agency to a variety of community partners.

Our event team will work closely with you to jointly promote your workshop and ensure the event is a success.

The objective of the collaborative promotion effort is to bring potential attendees to the workshop. Once you have identified potential workshop participants, MGT takes care of everything: registrations, pre-and post-workshop customer support, incoming phone calls, invoicing, etc.

You will start with two free seats; then, for every ten paid enrollments we receive, you can have another free seat at the workshop. You can use or give away those seats, as you please. You are even welcome to sell them, and use the workshop as a fundraising opportunity.

 

League of American Bicyclists
Smart Cycling Courses            LAB Logo                                                                                

As certified League of American Bicyclists (LAB) League Cycling Instructor #3685, Ms. Casebier facilitates and co-facilitates Smart Cycling and Bicycling Skills 123 Youth  courses at the location of your choice.  Or, check out where the LAB’s next courses are currently scheduled.

Smart Cycling Courses*

These courses provide you the “tips, tools, and techniques” to:

  • Ride your bike safely in traffic;
  • Develop the critical knowledge needed to teach your own children how to ride with caution and high visibility; and
  • Confidently share the road with bicycles and bicyclists when behind the wheel of your vehicle.

Adult Smart Cycling courses are available at the basic, intermediate, and advanced level.

Bicycle Skills 123 Youth courses include 13 on-bike stations that improve kids’ bike handling skills.  Course hosts can design their own Cycling Skills Clinics by choosing from the four available administrative and activity stations:

Administrative Stations

  • Welcome and Registration                                                                                 Straight Line Drill
  • Helmet Giveaway (fit, adjustment and decorating)
  • Bike Inspection and Fitting
  • Final Evaluation, Certificate and Celebration

Activity Stations

  • Bike Handling (dodging hazards, turning, yielding, etc.)
  • Rules of the Road (road entry/crossing, intersections, etc.)
  • Decision Making with Complexity (cycling in traffic practice)
  • Learning while Playing (fun and games)

*Course attendees must arrive at course locations with a working bicycle and helmet.