BHO2006 - Introduction to Tourism Hospitality and Events
The prerequisite does not apply to BBUS-BSPMUS Music Industry and BBNS-BMAMUS Music Industry students.
|1.||Creatively apply the principles of event management for small, medium, and large-scale events, elucidating the anticipation, identification and solving of problems and challenges;|
|2.||Substantiate the capability to create and plan a special event by justifying key decision-making with reference to analysis and evaluation of relevant information;|
|3.||Successfully manage a special event exemplifying negotiations within and between local and/or global communities and considered balancing of the individual and public good;|
|4.||Analyse the necessary logistics, and related operational issues likely to influence the success of a special event; and|
|5.||Evaluate a special event justifying the evaluation methods selected and substantiating the conclusions and/or recommendations drawn.|
|Other||Event Implementation Assessment||20%|
Establishing a small music, entertainment or arts business
O'Hara B., Beard M., & Simpson, S., (2009)
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