2017 ILC Grants:
Strategies for Success
Friday 3 February | Canberra
Wait and see is not a strategy, it's an epitaph.
Who should attend?
- Disability service providers
- Local government & community service agencies
- Anyone involved in the development of inclusive communities for people with disability
DATE & TIME
Friday 3 February
9:30am - 4:00pm (Registrations open 9:00am)
2 Bourke Street
Barton ACT 2600
Waiting for the ILC funding round to come to your state could be a very bad move.
The NDIA have now confirmed that the first ILC funding round will include not just an ACT pilot but significant funding for National programs. The NDIA want nationally scalable approaches: ideas, frameworks and strategies that have the potential to go national. Many of the best ideas will emerge early and if you are not in the program when it starts, you may get gazumped by an intensely competitive ILC field.
This workshop will assist organisations prepare for the ILC funding opportunity with a focus on:
- Opportunities the ILC offers and understanding what are the NDIA after
- Developing a staged ILC framework that offers national scalability
- Maximising the success of grant applications over the 3 year roll out
- One last opportunity to identify potential local partners for local presence and diversity
Can't make it to Canberra?
We have just announced an ILC webinar. For more information and registrations, click here.
Welcome & Introductions
Understanding the ILC Detail
• ILC Activity Areas, Priorities & Expected Outcomes
• What the ILC will not fund
• Selection criteria: Interpreting ILC's concepts of "proportionality", "sustainability" and "effectiveness and efficiency"
• ILC vs LAC and other grant killer issues
• Why you can't afford not to get started in the ACT
Choosing a Strategy
• Slim pickings: How to maximise your chances of winning
• Program design: Asking the right questions
• Combining multiple ILC focus areas to enhance impact
• Beyond websites: how to meet the ILC's demands for cost effective innovation
• The ILC evidence base and data
ILC Grants: Key Success Factors
Collaborating for ILC Success
• The importance of collaborating for diversity and local presence
• Marry in haste, repent at leisure: Successful partnership foundations
• Partnership approaches: From consultation to collaboration
• Collaborating with Specialist, Cohort-specific, User-led and Remote/Rural organisations
Structured opportunity to meet with potential partners and collaborators
DSC has been closely following and contributing to the ILC program since its design. Below are some of our fabulous resources to get you in the ILC mood.
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