Training

Training

Year-Round Training and Events for Successful Programs and Projects

In-person trainings have ended for the season!

The ANA Western Region has wrapped up our 2023 Pre-Application Training with 2 in-person training sessions and 2 virtual training sessions. We were happy to meet with you face-to-face and online to help you turn your community-based project into a competitive application. And, as always, if you were unable to attend our live sessions, our pre-recorded trainings are available!

We also offer free one-on-one technical assistance at any time! Simply submit a assistance request, here.  Pre-recorded trainings can be viewed on our Webinars Page here.

2023 Pre-Application Training

The ANA Western Region Trainings are now closed!

We recently completed our Pre-Application trainings aimed at framing your community-based project plan as a viable and competitive ANA grant application. We host trainings on an annual cycle and will be gearing up for our Project Planning and Development Training in the late Summer and Fall. Check back with us if you would like to participate in one of our free trainings online or in-person. Our next training cycle will be preparing you to:

  • Engage your community;
  • Prioritize community needs and solutions above your own; and,
  • Develop a project plan with community input.

If you would like to get started on the process of engaging your community, or if you would like to catch up on a missed Pre-App training, then visit our Webinars tab.

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Frequency: In person trainings typically meets for 2 or 3 consecutive days.

Training will generally take place from 9 am to 5pm local time with a lunch hour and breaks.

We make every effort to provide a safe environment by social distancing and providing masks and hand sanitizer.

You are responsible for your travel to site and lodging, meals and incidentals.

Once we have confirmed a training, we recommend you book accommodations in advance under our room block. The Group Rate and Booking Code are TBD.

In person trainings typically meets for 2 or 3 consecutive days.

Training will generally take place from 9 am to 5pm local time with a lunch hour and breaks.

We make every effort to provide a safe environment by social distancing and providing masks and hand sanitizer.

You are responsible for your travel to site and lodging, meals and incidentals.

Once we have confirmed a training, we recommend you book accommodations in advance under our room block. The Group Rate and Booking Code are TBD.

Virtual trainings are offered on 2 or 3 consecutive days during one week OR on 2 days per week over the course of 3 weeks.

Plan to attend all training days in the session.

A condensed training will allow you to work through the curriculum quickly; while a spread out training will help you apply concepts in real time.

Virtual trainings are offered on 2 or 3 consecutive days during one week OR on 2 days per week over the course of 3 weeks.

Plan to attend all training days in the session.

A condensed training will allow you to work through the curriculum quickly; while a spread out training will help you apply concepts in real time.

*In-person trainings may be cancelled if less than 5 organizations register, so please hold off on booking travel until your training is confirmed. You will be notified if changes occur. Dates are subject to change based on registration numbers, publication of materials, etc.

**Consultants working on behalf of a Tribe or Organization will be required to submit official documentation from the organization stating that the consultant is able to work on their behalf.

***Only 3 people per tribe and 2 people per tribal organization can attend a training at the same time.

You can also catch up on our Blog Page, where you’ll find a series of short posts covering topics of interest and recommended next steps. Keep an eye out for upcoming posts!

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Types of Training We Offer:

  • Monthly Webinars: View past webinars or register for upcoming webinars.
  • Project Planning and Development (PPD): In-person event that takes place over several days and will walk you through community-based planning process that will help to shape your project design. Come to this training with an understanding of your community’s long-range goals. Don’t worry if you aren’t quite there yet, we can also help you identify those goals along the way. This training usually takes place in the Summer or Fall of each year, check back for our next event!
  • Pre-Application (Pre-App): In-person event to walk you through the Federal Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA), what’s expected in your grant proposal, and how to adapt your community-based project to ANA’s review criteria. Come to this training with a project idea already in mind. If you aren’t quite there yet, consider attending our PPD training first or check out the in advance. This training usually takes place in the Winter or Spring of each year, check back for our next event!
  • Post-Award: In-person event held strictly for recent ANA grantees. Here we walk through the ANA grant cycle and expectations for reaching project objectives and goals. If you are a new grantee, you are required to attend this training and ANA will be in touch with more details. If you are an applicant, you can learn more about ANA’s expectations by looking at thePost-Award Manual or the Grants Management Toolkit – use these resources to flesh out your project design.