Completing the ULF application form
It’s good to know right from the start what you are hoping to achieve with your project. Make sure you have read the prospectus so you’re clear on what ULF supports and the key things a project needs to do and achieve.
Having a clear idea about what your project will do makes it easier to know whether any extra, positive things come out of the work. If you have run a ULF project before, comment on your track record. Be specific: describe what you achieved as compared to what you set out to achieve.
You might find it helpful to show what your project will include with clear written objectives that meet the main aims and outcomes of the project.
Bidding to the ULF
- How will the project help your organisation to achieve its goals and ambitions?
- Do you have the capacity to deliver the project?
- Are all the key people in your organisation signed up?
- How does the project fit your union’s learning and skills strategy, and how will it support your members?
- What issue does the project seek to tackle, what is the scale of the demand, and how will your project specifically address this?