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Trainings & Events

Attend a Training

We provide a range of trainings on project development, ANA application development and grant administration, as well as a growing library of online webinars and courses covering community development.

COVID Notice

In response to the current situation, the T/TA Center is performing all upcoming trainings virtually.

Post-Award Clinic: Carryover Budget (COB) & No-Cost Extension (NCE)

Join us in our Carryover Budget (COB) & No-Cost Extension (NCE) clinic! During the clinic we will share information on how to complete carryover and no-cost extension requests. NCE is an extension of time up to one year at the end of the project period to complete any unfinished activities using the remaining grant funds. A Carryover Budget is used to carry unused funds from one budget period to another (for example from year one to year two) to complete unfinished activities. Come with your documents and questions.

Post-Award
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August
16
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16
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2022
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10:30 am
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11:30 am
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Virtual
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Webinars

Webinars allow people to receive training in a host of different areas without being physically in a room. Sign up and receive access to ask questions and engage with the presenters.

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Family and Child Advocacy Centers Webinar

Join us as we highlight Indigenous family and child advocacy centers around the nation in this hour-long webinar. These incredible advocacy centers offer services to children and families to assist in their physical, mental, and spiritual healing journeys after abuse, homelessness, or other hardships. Each of our presenters will share information and best practices from their centers. If you are interested in learning more about these services, please register today and join us on August 11th at 11am AKDT (3pm EDT).

Webinar
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August
11
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11
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2022
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11:00 am
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12:00 pm
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Virtual
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Register
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Types of Training

PPD
Project Planning & Development
Participants gain a foundation for creating a community-based project and grant writing skills.
Topics addressed include:
  • Defining the Community Condition
  • Project Goal Setting
  • Identifying Resources and Partnerships
  • Establishing Objectives
  • Determining Deliverables (Outcomes, Measures, Data Collection)
  • Developing an Approach and Workplan
  • Determining Outputs
  • Identify Staffing Needs and Potential Chellenges
  • Creating a Sustainability Plan
  • Determining Project Costs
With this information you will have the ability to adapt them to any community, any project, and any funder.
POST AWARD
Post Award Training
Learn the fundamentals of ANA grant management, administration and reporting. This is a requirement for a new award.
PRE-APP
Pre-Application Training
Participants take their well-developed project and learn hands-on information about how to assemble an application specific to ANA’s funding announcement and requirements. If you are applying this year don’t miss this workshop, which includes Funding Opportunity Announcement changes.

Bring a laptop and project narrative.
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