Want to own the skills & tools to acquire corporate and other funding partners successfully?

Study Statement of Attainment in Community Services #2 SG00008179

In today’s funding environment it has never been more important for the charitable sector to learn how to effectively build capacity and adopt best practice when it comes to acquiring or further developing existing strategic corporate partnerships.


8 Week Funded
100% Online Course

You will learn successful, proven methods to help you identify the right partners, how to develop a strategic approach as well as develop an effective proposal. Also learn to effectively engage internal stakeholders to help you gather the maximum support.

Why is this Course so important and who should attend?
The program has been designed for individuals and teams who have the task or responsibility to identify, qualify, approach and present to potential partners or further develop and enhance relationships with existing partners. The program focuses on 5 key learning areas that gives any considered partnership the best chance of success.


October 21 - December 9

All training is conducted online

9:30am - 11:30am OR 12:30pm - 2:30pm

2 x 2 Hour Sessions Weekly Tuesday and Thursdays

Spaces are limited, apply today to take advantage of this fully subsidised course. Application is quick and easy!

If you have any questions or require more information about the course please leave your details below.


This training is subsidised by the NSW Government.

What will this course help you achieve?

By the end of your learning journey, you will have the knowledge, tools, skills and confidence to plan for and present any opportunity to any potential partner in a highly effective and professional way.

Course Units
1. BSBWRT411 Write complex documents
2. CHCMGT004 Secure and manage funding
3. CHCCOM002 Use communication to build relationships
4. CHCCOM003 Develop workplace communication strategies

The training is centred around the skill set- Statement of Attainment in Community Services #2 SG00008179 – RTO ID 91077

Scoping and Planning

  • Qualifying and defining the right partners and funding models
  • Determining partnership goals and objectives
  • Defining the necessary internal capabilities and resources to deliver on partnerships
  • Approach planning
  • Defining how success will be measured
  • Achieving organisational buy-in

Defining and Documenting Simple Strategy

  • Who to approach (your defined partner/s
  • Why the approach (intended impact)
  • Who will be executing (resource and capacity planning)
  • How the approach will be made (activities, tasks, positioning and content)
  • When the approach will be made (timing, milestones and deadlines)
  • Action plan (project management)

Developing the Perfect Proposal & Pitch

  • Understanding your audience and the language they speak
  • What exactly to include and why
  • What not to include and why
  • Planning for props, videos and other value-add methods to generate effect
  • Defining what success looks like

Preparing for the delivery of a Proposal and Pitch

  • How to effectively purvey your message with confidence How to deliver a succinct and on-point presentation
  • How to keep the audience engaged and motivated
  • How to solicit meaningful questions and conversation
  • Gaining the right support from internal stakeholders

Delivering the Pitch & Feedback

  • Pitching to a panel of subject matter experts and your peers
  • Fielding questions
  • Receiving presentation feedback and reviewing content

Smart and Skilled eligibility applies

Aged 15 years or older

Have left School

Live or work in NSW

An Australian citizen, permanent resident, humanitarian visa holder or New Zealand citizen

Still have questions?

Leave your details with us and we will get in touch to answer any questions you may have regarding the course.