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Last week I completed with Pat Grosse of Get That Grant, the exercise modules of the Grant Writing Coaching Course including mentoring programme. This involved weekly live sessions running through the modules, with the actual mentoring of specific applications to follow over the next few months.
I accidentally came across this Course at a time when I was feeling the need for investigating the process of writing grant applications – I suppose it was a case of when the need is there, the teacher will appear. Had I not at the time had the resources to take the full programme, rather than just purchasing the written course, I probably would never have considered it important to include the mentoring portion of the programme.
Having now been through that process, I can only say that it is terribly important. It reinforces everything in the written course/recorded lessons, but just seems to “hit home” more on all sorts of little pointers, anecdotes and experiences. A couple of group sessions have also proved to be very enlightening as to others thoughts and experiences, particularly as a couple of the members are already involved in the process.
I always thought I studied better by reading – this has proven otherwise. It has been a very interesting exercise and I now need to put all the learning into action. I can highly recommend this to anyone thinking of taking the plunge and go with the full programme.