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    1. Writing a Job Application – Then vs Now

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      When I was in my early 20’s, a very long time ago, I attended a jobs course. Without revealing just how old I am, this course was in the years BC (Before Centrelink). I had never been unemployed before, having left my job at a café to join the Australian Army as an apprentice when I was 16, so I was sent to one of the new job’s programs. This program was designed to help young unemployed people by providing training in writing job applications, preparing resumes and attending interviews.

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    2. The Best 5 Tips for a Quality Tender Application

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      The tender writing process can be complex and take up a lot of your resources, time and energy.  And it can be frustrating when you do all that work and then are not successful.

      At first glance the following five points may look obvious, but if you understand and address these points you will be elevating yourself above most of your competition and giving yourself the best possible chance of being awarded the tender.

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    3. How Resume Writing Has Changed

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      The best approach to resume writing in 2020 is certainly not the best approach to job application writing from 20 years ago. Resume writing has changed! Perhaps you are one of the lucky people who has been in the same job for a long time but, for some reason, the time has come to move on. The old way of writing a resume simply won’t cut it anymore. Here are our tips for modernizing your resume to make it stand out today: Continue reading

    4. Grant writing- 9 tips to successful application

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      Grants generate a tremendous opportunity by providing funding for companies and organisations to assist and support them in changing the world for the better, however grant writing is not easy and a great grant writer just doesn’t grow on a tree. Unfortunately, grants can be a challenge to win, and can involve a great deal of work. Funding body grant managers receive countless applications for each grant, so the way a grant is presented can make or break an application. The following 9 tips will assist a grant writer to submit the best possible application for their company or organisation. Continue reading

    5. How to Lodge a Successful Tender

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      Submitting a tender, or a competitive bid for your company or organisation to supply goods and/or services, can initially seem like a long and confusing process. There could be multiple companies all competing for the same job. There are steps to make the road easier to navigate, that every tender writer needs to know before they start writing a tender application. To help increase the chances of the tender application success the steps are: Continue reading

    6. Tender Writing – Is Price the sole consideration in the Tender Writing process?

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      It doesn’t seem to matter if the tender is a Government, Council or commercial tender everyone seems to have the misconception that tender writing is all about price price price. Tender writing is a complex process with many considerations and variabilities but price is just one important focus for the skilled tender writer. Today we will discuss the other important considerations in the tender writing process and challenge the concept that it is all about price price price. Continue reading

    7. Grant Writing – A Reality Check

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      Many non profit organisations, businesses and individuals somehow think grant writing is an easy process and you just fill out a form and then hey presto funding is given out to basically anyone who applies. The skilled grant writer including our granter writer Melbourne, grant writer Sydney and grant writer Brisbane all understand that this is far far from reality. In this article we will give you some tips on how to be a successful grant writer and to give you that reality check to give your funding submissions a better chance of success. Continue reading

    8. Successes GCBF Feb 2012 round

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      Grow National Office – Upgrade facilities and train staff – $25,569.89

      Grow Qld Residential Facility – Upgrade facility -$14,295.45

      Hervey Bay Historical Society Museum – Solar Panels – $4,128.00

      Lake Samsonvale Water Sports Association – Purchase Inflatable Safety Boat – $29,450.00

      Sunshine Coast and South Burnett District Golf Association – Conduct Coaching Programs and Competitions for Juniors – $10,181.82

      Tamborine Mountain Golf Club – Purchase Tractor and Top Dresser – $30,204.54

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