Singapore: August 2019

Presenters
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Dr Rob Harris Former Director, Australian Centre for Event Management, University of Technology, Sydney, and UTS Business School Associate
Meg Bailey Director, Event Projects
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Jade Whiteley Event Producer
Meg Hibbins Sessional Academic, Event Management Program, University of Technology, Sydney
Start
August 20, 2019
End
August 23, 2019 (All day)
Address
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EXECUTIVE CERTIFICATE IN EVENT MANAGEMENT COURSE (BUSINESS AND PUBLIC EVENTS)

This four-day Executive Certificate in Event Management Course (Business and Public Events) held in Singapore is based on an extensive survey of event industry professionals. The program is specifically designed to both enhance the skill and knowledge base of those already employed to plan and deliver events and to serve as a sound platform for those people seeking to launch careers in the exciting and varied field of event management.

For information regarding this course, along with booking details, please click on the brochure link below.

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Singapore Event Management Course Details

EXECUTIVE CERTIFICATE IN EVENT MANAGEMENT (BUSINESS AND PUBLIC EVENTS)

The number and type of events conducted in Singapore has grown exponentially over the past decade. This growth has resulted from governments seeking to leverage events for economic purposes, along with an expanded recognition of the role events play in areas such as marketing communications, information sharing, organisational learning and community development. As the number of events have grown, so too has the need for trained professionals capable of planning and delivering events of various types including conferences, product launches, exhibitions, sporting events, parades and networking and social events. This program contributes to meeting this need by providing a grounding in the key skills and knowledge required to successfully project manage the full spectrum of events.

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Who is the Executive Certificate in Event Management (Business and Public Events) course designed for?

The four-day Executive Certificate in Event Management (Business and Public Events) (ECEM) is based on an extensive survey of event industry professionals. The program is specifically designed to both enhance the skill and knowledge base of those already employed to plan and deliver events, and to serve as a sound platform for people seeking to launch careers in the exciting and varied field of event management.

The ECEM program seeks to aid the career development of those employed, or seeking employment, as:

  • Corporate in-house event organisers
  • Special event coordinators/managers
  • Conference/meeting planners
  • Charity event organisers
  • Festival planners
  • Parade directors
  • Exhibition organisers
  • Wedding planners
  • Government event planners / coordinators
  • Educational institution event managers
  • Sport event managers
  • Hotel / resort / cruise ship event coordinators

Event Management Course Syllabus

In four days of practical training delivered by industry experts, you will cover the event management life cycle from concept development through to planning, implementation, shutdown and evaluation. Specifically, the program will address:

  • Understanding the event context – legal, organisational, technological, social and environmental issues
  • Responding to event briefs
  • Establishing event goals and objectives
  • Creating the event concept
  • Event programming
  • Theming, performance and staging
  • Project managing events
  • Scheduling tools and the event manual
  • Budgeting
  • Event management technologies
  • Venue/site selection, design and layout
  • Human resource management for events
  • Planning and delivering environmentally sustainable events
  • Event marketing
  • Risk management
  • Event monitoring and control practices
  • Event shutdown processes
  • Evaluation and knowledge management
  • Case studies