Events managers are responsible for
organising and running all kinds of events like seminars, exhibitions,
workshops, weddings, conferences, parties, concerts, product launches
and even press conferences.
Every event depends on the event manger to
succeed. They find venues, liaise with clients and suppliers, find
sponsors, coordinate marketing and promotion of events, and draw up
programme of the day. It is hard work and great fun.
This CeProd’s Professional Certificate in
Events Management is a programme aimed at people interested in or
already working in a event management environment.
Our ideal candidates will have plans and ambitions to help grow new or existing events.
It is a hands-on, innovative and dynamic
programme that focuses on the strategic elements of event management,
legal and financial elements of events, marketing, people management,
promotion and sponsorships for events.
Graduates from the course will leave
CeProd with a very clear understanding of the essential features of
developing, planning, executing, financing and promoting events of
various kinds in new sectors and locations.
During the programme each student will experience different areas of event management roles and projects.
You can choose to have your classes on classroom / online or project based/online.
Key Modules to be covered in this Professional Certificate in Event Management include:
Profiles of successful and unsuccessful Events
Concept Development and Revenue Generation in Event Management
Strategic Planning and Evaluation in Event Management
Essential Elements of Marketing
Sponsorship Management in Event Management
Logistics and Project Management in Event Management
Finance and Budgeting
Event Management Documentation and Communication
Legal elements of Event Management
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