We are pleased to announce that GPLH is now a GPCI Accepted Education Program provider.
The GPCI (Grant Professionals Certification Institute) establishes a mechanism for grant professionals to obtain educational opportunities that address the core grant competencies* that are necessary to achieve and maintain the GPC credential. Providers who are accepted into the program have passed an application process to ensure their training sessions cover these competencies and have been approved.
Approved programs will be listed on the GPCI website along other esteemed providers such as Grant Professionals Association, Assel Grant Services, MyFedTrainer, DH Leonard Consulting & Grant Writing Services, and Thompson Grants, among others. Fundraisers with the CFRE may also apply some trainings to maintain their credentials. We are proud to be included in this list, and to have received this stamp of approval for our educational programs.
For each of our programs that have been deemed eligible for GPCI credits, you’ll see the GPCI logo, as well as the number of GPCI Education points participants will earn.
GPLH is dedicated to helping fundraisers increase their knowledge of grant writing skills, strategies, and techniques. We provide educational programs, mentoring, and resources to assist those writing grants. We are pleased to offer webinar attendees the opportunity to maintain their credentials through this service.
- How to research, identify, and match funding resources to meet specific needs
- Organizational development as it pertains to grant seeking
- Strategies for effective program and project design and development
- How to craft, construct. and submit an effective grant application
- Post-award grant management practices
- Nationally recognized standards of ethnical practice
- Practices and services that raise the level of professionalism of grant developers
- Methods and strategies that cultivate and maintain relationships between fundseeking and recipient organizations and funders
- Ability to write a convincing case for funding