ONLINE DIPLOMA Event Management

Event Academy
  • £999
  • 3 Months
  • Diploma
  • London

What Will I Learn?
Event Journey – understand the difference between different types of events, the importance of planning and setting objectives.

Setting Up A Project – learn the skills to be an outstanding event manager from how to test your objectives, use a variety of event documentation and understand the needs of clients.

Introduction to Budgeting – financial intelligence is a MUST for every event professional. You’ll not only learn how to create and manage a budget, but also to how to use it as an effective management-reporting tool.

Budgeting Advanced – understand how to measure your ROI, create contingency budget planning, invoices and purchase orders.

Venue Management – look at venue finding, site visits, contact negotiation, visualising event set ups and the commission process.

Client Management – dealing with clients requires a patience and clear communication, look at ways to bring your ideas to life and explain them to the client.

Supplier Management – understand how to work & negotiate effectively with suppliers and the key skills needed to ensure a positive outcome and lasting relationship.

Risk Management – a key point in any event is safety and risk management. Learn about the documentation you will need and download templates for use in your future career.

Skills Of An Event Manager – develop an understanding of the scope and breadth of the event industry.

Skills of An Event Manager Advanced – take a deep dive into the world of events and hear from our industry experts of their tips on how to succeed in the world of events.

Creativity – study why creativity is important and how it can positively impact an event journey plus how to present ideas to clients.

Introduction to Production & Technical – create simple site plans, comprehend how AV and special effect can enhance an event and how to use production effectively and when it is required.

Marketing – learn the basic principles and models of marketing and create a simple marketing plan that will help you successfully promote an event and attract the right audience.

Social Media – look at different platforms, what audiences use them and which social media will be most effective to promote your event.

Creativity in Events – Learn about creativity and how to use it when organising events. Develop skills to turn ideas into reality and to effectively communicate them to a client.

Production – Learn about technical event production. Understand the basic principles of production and the importance of a producer during an event.

Risk Management -Learn how to evaluate the risk involved in your event. From health and safety legislation and risk assessments to event insurance, this is the module where you learn to dot the ‘i’s and cross the ‘t’s.

Sustainable Events – Learn about how to make your event environmentally friendly. Discover how to source the best ‘green’ supplier and learn about emerging attitudes to environmental issues.

Public Relations – Develop a sound understanding of public relations for event management. Learn how to identify the best media channels for promoting an event, write a press release and how to approach the media to get positive results.

Presentation Skills – Work to improve your personal effectiveness when presenting to an audience. Learn effective interview and presentation skills through informal assessments, with the express aim of building confidence in your own style.

Corporate Events & Conferences – Learn the basic principles of corporate event management and how programs are designed to enhance a business’s performance. Develop the corporate skills needed to pursue a career in conference organising and exhibition management.

Wedding Planning – Weddings are big business and a popular area of the event industry. Learn the vital basic skills associated with creating and managing weddings ceremonies and wedding receptions.

Sports, Hospitality and Sponsorship – Review the relationship between business and events, and how organisations benefit from hospitality and corporate sponsorship. Understand how sporting events are used as positive relationship building mechanisms. Learn how to identify the right celebrity for a sponsorship campaign.

Fundraising Events – The charity sector is one of the fastest growing in the industry. Understand the principles of charity events and find out why they are an integral part of the fundraising mix. Develop skills that will enhance negotiation and learn to create a simple fundraising budget.

Celebrity Events – Understand how celebrity events differ from other events and learn about the emergence of celebrity status over recent years. Learn how to choose and source the most appropriate celebrity for your event and how manage them on site.

Event Academy

The Candlemakers West Street Lewes,

BN7 2NZ,

Tel: 0)20 7183 5129