Proposal Writing Course Online
A good proposal doesn’t just outline what product or service you would like to create or deliver. It does so in such a way that the reader feels it is the only logical choice. You will explore the proposal writing process including the most common types of proposals.
The online Proposal Writing course will take participants through each step of the proposal writing process, from understanding why they are writing a proposal; to gathering information; to writing and proofreading; through to creating the final, professional product.
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What are the Course Objectives for Proposal Writing?
Research has consistently demonstrated that when clear goals are associated with learning that the learning occurs more easily and rapidly. With that in mind, let’s review our goals for this course.
By the end of this online course, you will be able to:
- Identify the purpose of a proposal
- Identify different types of proposals
- Identify and perform the steps in the proposal writing process
- Perform a needs analysis and write a goal statement
- Prepare a proposal outline
- Improve their writing skills with a variety of techniques
- Use appropriate resources and ghosting to build a strong case
- Add illustrations to their proposal
- Proofread and edit their proposal
- Add the finishing touches to create a professional-looking final product
How Does the Online Proposal Writing Course Work?
This online course includes our course modules, allowing you to take it when you’re ready and at your own pace. The completion time is 2-3 hours of study. You can log in to the learning management system from anywhere, making learning self-directed and available 24/7 using any computer or smartphone.
Do I Need to Speak English Fluently in Order to Complete the Proposal Writing Course?
English doesn’t have to be your first language in order to participate in this course. However, you must understand English in order to complete the coursework. Depending on your English level, some participants might use more than the designated time to complete the course.
Will I Receive a Certificate?
When you have successfully completed this course, you will be awarded a certificate of completion. This official proof-of-completion document is issued by Leaders Excellence at Harvard Square, organized in 2014 under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Based on best practices and standards in online education, all our courses meet the high standards of U.S. education. As a member of the Harvard Square Business Association, we are included in the Harvard community at Harvard Square and a member of the Harvard Faculty Club. We are also a member of AACSB International, which places us in the same elite group with the best educational institutions and business schools in the world.
The Leaders Excellence Certificate Courses℠ are an approved and registered service mark by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, classified under education class 41.
What Self-Reflective Question to Ask Yourself on Proposal Writing?
Think of a proposal that you have been assigned, whether it is just an idea, an excerpt, or a complete proposal.
How to Understand Proposals?
Proposals are a very unique type of business document. In this chapter, we will explore the proposal writing process, as well as the most common types of proposals. Note that we only provide an overview of the four major types; there are many variations on these types, as well as more specialized categories.
What is a Proposal?
A proposal is primarily a sales pitch for a product or service that your company offers. It outlines a problem or opportunity that the client has and presents a product or service as a solution.
Proposals can be directed externally (to another organization) or internally (for example, to senior management, in order to gain support for a project or idea). In this book, we will focus on external proposals, but the principles can also be applied to internal proposals.
Proposals can also be solicited or unsolicited. Solicited proposals are written in response to a Request for Proposal (RFP) or Invitation for Proposal (IFP). Unsolicited proposals are those that the organization sends on its own in an attempt to gain new business.
How Do I Register for the Proposal Writing Course?
To register for the Proposal Writing course, please complete the registration form below by scrolling down to find this course on the list. You will be forwarded to our payment page after you have submitted your information.
The cost for this course is $65 and is available for enrollment all year around with rolling admission. If you sign up for 2 courses at the same time the cost is $120 and $175 for 3 courses. Once we receive your registration and payment, you will be enrolled in the course(s) on the next business day with access for 5 days to the learning management system. As the courses are delivered 100% online, it is open to business professionals globally. The completion time for each course is 2-3 hours of study.
Please feel free to contact us if you need any further information at info@LeadersExcellence.com.