The following links are provided for the information of our event management course participants, as well as event managers/coordinators in general.
This document describes two operational communication tools: 1) The Event Manual and 2) the Staff Briefing Document. Guides are provided to help you create your own versions.
This toolkit comprises a collection of documents (e.g. risk management checklists, evaluation forms), as well as general guidance information on the planning and conduct of both small and large-scale events.
These guidelines are intended to assist event organisers in the planning and running of smaller scale safe events. The guidelines cover a wide range of activities including community events, marches, sporting events and bonfire and firework displays.
The guidelines have been developed for organisations in the Singapore MICE (meetings, incentive travel, conferences and exhibitions) industry, They are intended as a tool to help both planners and suppliers integrate sustainable practices within an organisation’s operations and regular event plans. Through these guidelines you will gain a better understanding about environmental, social and economic sustainability issues and their implication on the events you organise. Seven guidelines have been developed, and offer guidance for Basic and Intermediate sustainable performance.
This Sustainable Events Guide consists of six sections that can be used separately. The guide draws on long-standing practical experience and offers organisers a wealth of concrete, easily understandable and accessible advice including on management issues, sector-specific recommendations, and action-oriented checklists.
This event operations plan template was developed by Tauranga City Council to assist event organisers within its boundaries plan and deliver safe, healthy and operationally successful events.
This Conference Planning and Operations Manual provides insights into the the tasks associated with planning and delivering professional association conferences.
More helpful event planning resources and event management books
About Event Training Australia
Event Training Australia (ETA) has its origins in the recently closed Australian Event Award winning Australian Centre for Event Management (ACEM), University of Technology, Sydney.
ETA was established to continue, and build upon, ACEM’s event training and education legacy. As such, ETA draws on over 20 years of experience in the development of innovative practice-based education and training programs in the event management field. These programs span one-day workshops to Masters level university courses. ETA’s understanding of ‘best practice’ event management is further reflected in its founder’s (Dr Rob Harris) co-authoring of the widely used texts and handbooks – Festival and Special Event Management, Event Management and the Regional Event Management Handbook.
DISCLAIMER : The resources on this page has been provided for general information purposes only. Event Training Australia (ETA) is not responsible for their content or the guidance they provide. Should a link not function, please advise us (firstname.lastname@example.org) so that we may take appropriate action.