24 Jun Grants 201: Logic Models for Program Planning
Grants 201: Logic Models for Program Planning
Session 5 of the Grants 201 Series
You don’t have to love them, but you do have to respect them because logic models are a dynamic tool for program planning, evaluation planning, monitoring, and coalition building. Many funders require them, and even if they don’t always know what they really want from a logic model, you can! In this webinar, Julie Assel, GPC will take you through the various kinds of logic models and show you how you can use them to become more efficient and comprehensive grant seekers, manage up and down with clients and colleagues, and speak truth to power.
What You’ll Learn:
- How to use the logic model throughout the entire grant-seeking process
- The different formats and approaches to logic models
- How to explain to program staff or clients why you need a logic model
GPCI Competencies and Skills:
GPCI Competency 3: Knowledge of strategies for effective program and project design and development
Skill 4: Identify structures, values, and applications of logic models as they relate to elements of project design.
GPCI Competency 4: Knowledge of how to craft, construct, and submit an effective grant application
Skill 5: Identify appropriate, sequential, consistent, and logic presentations of grant-narrative elements and ideas among or within proposal components.
The trainers for these sessions are all credentialed grant professionals (GPCs) who agree to adhere to the Grant Professionals Association (GPA) Code of Ethics and are GPA Approved Trainers. All of the trainings in this series align with the Grant Professionals Certification Institute’s competencies and skills.
This training aligns with the Grant Professional Certification Institute’s Competencies and Skills and is approved for 1.0 Continuing Education Unit (CEU). Full participation in this training is also applicable for 1.0 points in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.
Length: 60 minutes
Grants 201 Training Series
The average nonprofit professional needs more than just initial grant training. Anyone working with grants can analyze their strengths and weaknesses and then decide where they want to learn more deeply. Think of it as more tools in our toolbelt for that grant RFP or grant funder from whom we are determined to be successful.
These sessions are designed to provide deeper content on specific topics which challenge who have been working with grants for more than a year.
Cost: $50/session or $300 for the full series
To register for the complete series or for individual sessions: