You’ll be introduced to the principles and practices of organising and planning events, particularly at a local community level.
|Prerequisites and Restrictions|| You must satisfy the following requirement(s):
|Available semesters||Semester 1 2022|
What you will learn
After successfully completing this course, you’ll be able to:
- Discuss the relevance of underlying theory to the planning and organisation of community-based events.
- Be able to describe and deploy a range of project-based planning tools and techniques.
- Plan, prepare, run, and review a community-based event.
- Demonstrate their competence in a range of professional areas, including communication, leadership, and teamwork.
- Show creative thinking and critical reflection while assisting in the planning and implementation of events as an individual or a group member.
- Implement, manage, and utilise the components of an event plan.
- Utilise IT as a tool for event design, planning, monitoring, and evaluation.
- Work individually and collectively as part of a team.
- Utilise their time management skills to plan and organise an event.
- Show an understanding of the role of the event manager in regards to and an understanding of the methods associated with the management of risk, resource allocation, communication, co-ordination, equipment, evaluation, and marketing.
Dr Catherine Elliot
Department of Tourism, Sport and Society[email protected]