Building Better Regions Grant Fund Training (Webinar)

Duration: 3 hrs (2pm-5pm)
Investment: $375 +GST FLAT RATE

For: All council staff involved in applying for the Commonwealth Building Better Regions Funding Round 4 (BBRF4). 
Course Overview:
This BBRF4 training session will assist council staff to understand the processes and key requirements for successfully assessing, applying and delivering grant funding opportunities as part of Round 4 of the Building Better Regions Funding. This session will provide participants with:

  • The context of the Federal Government funding priorities following the 2019 election
  • An understanding of the BBRF4 process and Federal Government grant requirements more broadly
  • Considerations in aligning your application include:
    • What is it that assessors are looking for?
    • How are you selecting, assessing and aligning your project(s)?
    • What is your pitch?
    • What are your financial and non-financial contributions, how do you best leverage resources?
    • How are you leveraging other external funds?
  • Important delivery and reporting information
  • How to build key relationships that will assist you in the positioning of your council as a good partner for future opportunities

Please note: If you enrol in this session you are enrolling in a webinar session. If you prefer to attend this session face-to-face please follow this link: Building Better Regions Grant Fund Training (F2F)

Steve Mathewson is the Executive Director and Principal Consultant at Innovision Enterprises Pty Ltd (Innovision).
Over the last twelve years Steve has held several senior executive positions including Director Services at City of Adelaide and Director Finance and Commercial (formerly CFO) at City of Onkaparinga.
Prior to this, Steve successfully ran his own management consulting firm for almost ten years providing services across multiple disciplines and undertaking a range of projects for private sector, Local Government and State Government customers.
Steve’s diverse experience, long association with Local Government and financial qualifications provide him with a unique perspective on the challenges and opportunities facing Local Government.