Training

Orientation to Sponsored Projects

This in-person, one-hour course provides a quick overview of grants, including how they work at SLCC. Designed for all faculty and staff, emphasis is placed on finding funding, and getting started once a funding source is identified.

Future Session: TBD

Register online through the "Register for Training" link under the Employee tab in MySLCC.

Grant Administration Training Series

A fully-online, self-paced, open access course comprised of grant administration modules. Designed for SLCC personnel currently working on a grant or other sponsored project.

The classes listed below must be taken in order.

  • Introduction to Grants and the Office of Sponsored Projects

    Explains the basic framework used to administer sponsored project activity at SLCC. It explains how sponsored projects are managed at the College and why systems of oversight are necessary. By the end of this module, you will be able to explain the stages of the grant lifecycle and tasks within each stage, Identify the tools used during each stage of the grant lifecycle, and describe the role of OSP, PI, and other players in each stage of the grant lifecycle.

  • Regulations for Sponsored Projects

    Explains how to find and gain knowledge of the major regulations governing public grants with focus on compliance with sponsor rules, SLCC policies, and the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) Uniform Circular. This module is meant to be an introduction to the regulations.

  • Compliance and the Sponsored Projects Handbook

    Outlines the compliance responsibilities of Principal Investigators (PI) and grant personnel, and explains how the Sponsored Projects Handbook can help individuals fulfill those responsibilities.

  • Grant Writing Primer

    Provides a simplified, shortened version of a full grant-writing course and is targeted to writing a grant proposal for any funding source. Thus, this course is for those writing a grant for internal sources (the Center of Innovation, the FTLC, or Community Engagement), an external private partners (the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation), or external public partners, (the Department of Education).

Next Session: Always Available. Register online through the "Register for Training" link under the Employee tab in MySLCC.

Questions? osp@slcc.edu