EDI level 2 Award in Event Planning-Home Study Course
What topics are covered by the course?
Planning an Event-In this unit you will examine the events industry, the types of events organised by its main sectors and the role of the event planner/coordinator. You will produce a plan for an event, considering all the aspects essential to the event's success and contingencies in case things do not go to plan. You will also look at the importance of health & safety and security at events and how risk assessment can be used to reduce risks.
-Event Review and Evaluation-In this unit you will consider why events are evaluated and the benefits that evaluation can bring. You will examine objective setting and sources of information that enable the evaluation of events and the evaluation tools that can be used. You will then produce an evaluation plan for their chosen event.
Who should attend?
Suitable for everyone with an interest in training in Event planning. It would be beneficial, however, to have basic computer skills in Microsoft Word, internet and email.
What will I be able to do on completion?
Provide the Business of Event Planning
How will I be assessed?
Assessments are a great way of checking your progress. At the end of each of your EDI Event Planning units, you'll complete one assessment. These two assessments will be marked by your tutor.
Generally, assessments can be sent to us online via the Student Community: it's the fastest way to receive your results.
The EDI Event Planning course will introduce you to the events industry and show you the secrets professional event planners use to make their events seem effortlessly smooth.
From organising parties & weddings to corporate event planning, you will learn how to combine your natural creative flair with your new found knowledge to set up a very marketable event planning business.
You will look at the range of events that planners may be called on to create, and the logistical arrangements you will have to consider. You will look at venue selection, themes and design issues and then move on to the nuts and bolts of event planning: catering, equipment hire, promotional materials, costing, insurance, health and safety, staffing and more.
You will also have a chance to put your event planning training into practice, applying your new knowledge to the production of an event of your own - which makes this EDI Event Planning course ideal if you're already planning your own wedding or large event.
What is included in the course?
Because we're experts in home learning, we understand and offer all the support you need along the way. You'll receive study materials that have been specially designed for distance learning by experts in your chosen field.You'll have access to an experienced personal tutor both online and over the phone.
As an EDI Event Planning student, you'll also receive the complimentary textbook - Successful Event Management, a Practical Handbook, by Anton Shone and Bryn Parry.
You'll also be part of the Online Student Community, where you'll have access to library materials and your account information, as well as vital links with your fellow students, with the chance to discuss your work, ask questions and network.
We also provide other courses such as- Wedding Planner, Starting your own business, business management, Beauty Therapy, Nails technician, Holistic therapy such as body massage and aromatherapy. All of which can be viewed on the beauty exchange website:
Guide Price: £499- discounts may apply & 'pay as you learn' scheme is available
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|Category:||Event Management »|
|Duration:||60 hours with six months study support|
|Qualification:||EDI level 2 Award in Event Planning|