LPC Support Training- Preparing Bids and Business Cases

Wednesday, 25 June, 2014 9.30am to 4pm
Other dates available - see below

A PSNC training event for LPCs held in June 2014 covering:

1. Defining the need for the service

  • Utilise freely available reference sources
  • Examining the needs assessments for local areas

2.  Identifying the case for the service

  • Looking at what benefits & outcomes will be delivered by offering the service
  • Who will benefit from the service?
  • How can these benefits be realised?

3.  Building the business case

  • Financial viability of a service and costs involved
  • Look at how costs can be realised by the commissioner

4.  How to bring it all together

  • Types of information to include when writing the business case
  • How to present the information clearly and concisely

5.  Presenting to a commissioner

  • Key messages to be delivered to the commissioner to finally receive approval for the project

The day was led by led by BRR consulting

PowerPoint from Preparing Bids and Business cases seminar

Case Study

Relationships and costs exercise




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