What you are asking for is usually a topic for a 3-days training course or a 200 page book.
No, I am not tryin to fob you off. Just iterating the enormity of the task - if you're really interested in creating a compelling and effective proposal - not like the 95% of horrible and useless proposals floating around currently.
From the sound of your post, it appears you want to showcase yourself and get empanelled with institutions and/or training vendors.
* My suggestion is to read 2 or 3 workbook style books on 'Business Proposals' or 'Consultant Proposals'. There are a number of good e-titles on Kindle Store at Amazon.com: Online Shopping for Electronics, Apparel, Computers, Books, DVDs & more (if you have a Kindle reader or Kindle app for iphone, ipad, or android). While there are a number of books on Kindle Store, make sure you only pick those that have attached templates.
* An excellent resource is Business News & Strategy For Entrepreneurs | Entrepreneur.com These guys publish the world renowned Entrepreneur Magazine and have a treasure trove of useful and customisable templates for a whole variety of purposes. Another similar resource is Inc Magazine (Small Business Ideas and Resources for Entrepreneurs)
* Another excellent resource is the LinkedIn group - On Startups - this is a Dharmesh Shah enterprise and is brilliant for document templates
Remember - your are NOT writing a Training Proposal. This is only written where a vendor has been in talks with a client who now wants a written proposal with the vendor's commercial, terms of engagement etc
What you are writing is a BUSINESS SALES PROPOSAL.
And, this is perhaps the MOST IMPORTANT document you will EVER write. Any other document you write will be BECAUSE of your Sales Proposal. Believe me - I cannot emphasise this point enough.
So, please don't copy and paste someone else's proposal unless you can lay your hands on one from the Big-4 Accounting Firms, the Big-7 Consulting Firms, or one of the ET500 companies.
These guys spend tens of lakhs of rupees perfecting their Sales Proposals. At least they're worth copying and pasting - with the appropriate customisation of course!
I was in a similar situation about 2 years ago. Initially, I did the copy-paste thing. And, it was Horrible! Since then, I followed the above steps and also bought the hardcopy of this book Writing Winning Business Proposals: Your Guide to Landing the Client,Making the Sale,Persuading the Boss: Richard C. Freed,Joe Romano,Shervin Freed: 9780070219250: Amazon.com: Books
It took about 3 months to get the proposal that WOWED recipients and I was able to book meetings.
Yes, it did cost money and time, but it was totally Worth It!
So, my reply is from personal experience and journey - not some theoretical gyaan.
Good luck Aparna!
6th September 2012 From India, Gurgaon
I've found these Kindle books on Amazon that may be of help to you in writing business proposals:
1. Handbook for Writing Proposals (2nd edition) by L. Sue Baugh for Rs 675 delivered via Whispernet. It contains downloadable forms which no doubt will be a HUGE timesaver. In fact, I think I'll buy one for myself while I am at it! Can never spend too much money on books - especially business books!
2. Persuasive Business Proposals: Writing to Win More Customers, Clients, and Contracts by Tom Sant for Rs 696 delivered via Whispernet.
3. The One-Page Proposal: How to Get Your Business Pitch into One Persuasive Page by Patrick G. Riley for Rs 672 delivered via Whispernet. Apparently, the 1-page system suggested in this book was suggested to the author by Mr Adnan Khashoggi (one of the richest and most persuasive businessmen of the 1980s)
I hope these are of some help to you!
7th September 2012 From India, Gurgaon