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Upon completion of this subject, the student should be able to:
- Analyse concepts, practices, and processes for planning, delivering, and evaluating events
- Analyse and communicate relevant professional skills and attributes required in managing event contexts
- Interpret and apply evidence-based approaches to event management
- Propose event management solutions in dynamic practice contexts
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- Other requirements - Weekly online 2 hour tutorial
Event management is a dynamic environment that encompasses a wide range of time sensitive duties and extensive planning to ensure that the event achieves its desired outcomes. Events require thorough planning that may incorporate concepts of innovative practice.
In this subject you will develop key knowledge and skills needed to manage events. You will explore topics such as marketing, sponsorship, budgeting, resource management, and stakeholder engagement. You will experience managing events through case studies, industry engagement, and the creation of your own event management plan – based on an evidence-based approach. Through these learning activities and experiences, you will be able to identify the roles, skills, methods, and processes involved in managing an event.
- Event Management Roles and Operations Analysis (30%)
- Event Management Proposal (50%)
- Event Analysis (20%)
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