Federal Grants Training provides training for grants management professionals across the United States. We offer both live and online events. We also provide customized, in-person training for individual grant-funded entities. Training is available for all types of grant-funded organizations, including nonprofits, colleges and universities, hospitals, governments, and tribal entities.
Please take a moment to learn more about us and to get answers to some of your frequently asked questions.
All cancellations must be received in writing by the cancellation deadline. Email is an acceptable form of notification. Unless otherwise stated in the event information or confirmation, the cancellation deadline for live events is the earlier of the hotel reservation cut-off or thirty (30) days before the start of the event. Webinars and online events cannot be cancelled after access instructions have been provided. Refunds will not be given for cancellations after the cancellation deadline. Notice of cancellation after the deadline does not negate the obligation to pay the registration fee. However, a new attendee can be substituted at any time at no additional charge.
No refunds will be given for failure to attend an event unless a cancellation was received in writing by the deadline. A registrant who does not attend an in-person event and does not provide timely notice will be marked a "no show" and will not receive a refund or a credit. Absent a timely cancellation, failure to attend does not negate the obligation to pay the registration fee.
Webinar and other online event registrants must inform us of missing access instructions at least twelve (12) hours before the start of the event. Failure to timely inform us prior to the start of the event will result in the registrant being marked as a "no show." A "no show" registrant for a webinar or other online event will not receive a refund and is still obligated to pay the registration fee but will receive access to a recorded version of the event (where available).
Any meals will be noted in the individual event agenda. Normally, a continental breakfast and two light breaks are provided, but the meals for certain events may be different. Please check the information for the specific event for any variations.
There is not a specific dress code for events unless noted in the individual event information. However, many attendees wear business or business casual attire.
We do advise attendees to dress in easily removed layers or to bring a light jacket or sweater as we may not be able to adjust room temperatures to suit all attendees' preferences.
We make every attempt to keep the room at a comfortable temperature for most attendees; however we realize that temperature is (to an extent) a personal preference. Please, also keep in mind that our ability to adjust the room temperature may be limited. Many event venues have set temperature ranges for event and public spaces. Therefore, we advise attendees to dress in easily removed layers or to bring a light jacket or sweater.