Hi - I'm an adjunct professor of management at a large institution and have been asked to submit a proposal for a training seminar on "Change Management" at a HUGE local employer.
At my previous employer, I was an internal trainer, so I don't doubt my ability to conduct the training. I have, however, never put together a professional proposal package. I'm about to start the Google-ing process, but was hoping for some help.
What should the proposal include? Do I detail the training or just give an overview of how I would break down the day?
For cost --- I'm torn. I'm new to the "external trainer" world, but I AM an experienced trainer and instructor. I'd like to be low-cost enough to get my foot in the door, but don't want to underestimate myself. This company has a huge training budget, but I'm not sure where to price myself.
Help is SO appreciated!