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TOP 15 THINGS ROTARIANS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT GLOBAL GRANTS FOR VOCATIONAL TRAINING Did you know that the new global grants offered


under the Future Vision Plan can support vocational training teams?


Here are some key concepts about how


vocational training activities can work under The Rotary Foundation’s new Future Vision grant model. The plan will roll out for all districts in 2013.


These ideas can get your club and district started as you develop vocational training opportunities.


1. Both clubs and districts can develop and


apply for global grants to fund vocational training under the Future Vision Plan.


A microcredit recipient in Calcutta, India, makes pottery. Under the Future Vision Plan, global grants may be used to fund vocational training teams in one of the areas of focus, including economic and communi ty d evelopment . Rotary Images/Alyce Henson


2. Clubs and districts are free to develop as


many global grants for vocational training as they wish in a given Rotary year. Consider the number of trainings appropriate for your area.


3. Communities can provide inspiration. Clubs and districts are encouraged to pinpoint their community’s needs and strengths within an identified area of focus when developing vocational trainings with other clubs or districts.


4. Teams may either receive or provide training. Capacity building is key.


5. Either a single team or multiple teams may travel on a global grant. You determine the number of teams needed for each grant.


6. Each team may center training on a different area of focus , if more than one vocational training team is traveling on a grant.


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