|1.||Demonstrate the ability to source, interpret and use information about the events industry;|
|2.||Develop an operational plan for an in-house event or function, demonstrating the ability to transmit information to others in a clear and professional manner;|
|3.||Demonstrate the technical skills required to work collaboratively in a team to manage the operations of a real in-house, on-site event;|
|4.||Develop and implement a risk management plan for an in-house, on-site event, demonstrating an understanding of industry standard risk-mitigation strategies; and|
|5.||Evaluate event processes and operations, including the creation of a set of recommendations to improve future event management practices.|
|Assignment||Event operational plan||30%|
|Project||Industry project – event delivery||50%|
Planning and management of Meetings, Expositions, Events, and Conventions,
Fenich, G, 2014,
Pearson Higher Ed, USA
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