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Event Management (Training Course en España)

30 marzo, 2014 - 6 abril, 2014

100% Free – Fully Funded Training Course

 

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Session ID

56033

Location

Cyprus

DATE OF START:

03/03/2014

DATE OF END:

10/03/2014

Deadline for registration:

10/09/2013

Session ID

56034

Location

Spain

DATE OF START:

30/03/2014

DATE OF END:

06/04/2014

Deadline for registration:

10/09/2013

Course Reference Number

CY-2014-122-002

TITLE OF THE TRAINING ACTIVITY

IN THE LANGUAGE OF TUITION

English: EVENT MANAGEMENT – PLANNING AN EVENT FROM START TO FINISH

TYPE OF TRAINING ACTIVITY

TRAINING AIMED AT PARTICIPANTS RECEIVING:

A GRUNDTVIG GRANT (ADULT EDUCATION)

TYPE AND ORIGIN OF THE TRAINING:

COURSE

(training not resulting from an llp or previous Socrates project)

LANGUAGES USED FOR THE TRAINING

MAIN LANGUAGE: English

LANGUAGE VERSION(S) IN WHICH MATERIALS WILL BE PROVIDED:

English

FULL DESCRIPTION OF TRAINING CONTENTS

IN THE LANGUAGE OF TRAINING: (EN)

Preparation:

Participants will be invited to answer a questionnaire with open ended questions related to their professional experience, the socioeconomic status of their groups, their special interests and needs, as well as any background information on the groups they work with. Some of the questions will aim to disclose information related to particular circumstances in their communities related to possibilities and opportunities. This will help the organisational team to fine-tune the programme’s tuitions and workshops to meet as many as possible of the participants’ special needs and to empower them with the knowledge and expertise they need most for their specific groups/organisations/schools.

Furthermore participants will be provided with literature relevant to the training.

Objectives:

This programme aims to equip participants with important experiential learning, essential for helping them educate their groups/pupils/teams in developing and managing events. These events could be small fund raising events, events for a local community or simply awareness events. The objective is to allow educators to understand the processes and the importance of planning and correct budgeting for events so that they can further educate others. Learning about the right methodologies and also working with specific groups of people and how to target them. Learning how to correctly budget for such events and also methodologies of obtaining sponsorships and support from the local and international community where needed.

Methodology

The course will be spread over seven days and will include lectures and workshops dispersed by reflective group discussions and engaging participants in debates.

All parts of the programme, including lectures and workshops, will be highly interactive fostering participation and collaboration and offering participants the opportunity to use their newly acquired knowledge to develop new ideas and exchange their concerns related to the specific problems of their own communities. Case study analysis will be used encouraging participants to use cases from their own experience for group discussion and exchange good and bad practice

Handouts for each theme discussed will be disseminated. In addition, a number of video presentations will be offered on how individuals with limited education or skills can produce items or services which are saleable. Themes of the lectures and workshops will cover several areas of concern.

DAILY ACTIVITIES

DAY 1

Arrivals

Introduction to the place of the training; local history and culture

Getting to know each other

DAY 2

Session 1: Introduction

Introduction to the training programme

Outline of the programme and its objectives; overview of the sessions and themes of the training

Understanding event management

Introduction to the basic principals of a event management; What is right, what is wrong and what we need to know.

Coffee break

Session 2:

Types of event and their specific needs

Costing and time limitations depending on types of events

Lunch

Session 3: Workshop

Local Events vs international events

Dealing with a variety of cultural background in people and knowing how to plan and implement an event with these considerations in mind

Coffee break

Session 4: Workshop (continued)

Workshop

Planning my event

DAY 3

Session 1:

Short comings in event management

Looking at mistakes made in workshop

Coffee break

Session 2:

Experience and know how

Looking at good and bad practices – what is right for you – what should you avoid

Lunch

Session 3: Workshop

Workshop

Knowing my market for the event – planning a campaign

Coffee break

Session 4: Results

Results of workshop.

Free Time

DAY 4

Session: Excursion

Visit to local places

Looking at locations for events – knowing what to look for and what to expect.

Lunch in local tavern

Return back and coffee break

Session 2: Workshop

What have we learned about locations?

Reflection of excursion results

DAY 5

Session 1:

Planning and preparation

Planning an event and the things we need to prepare in advance

Coffee break

Session 2:

Implementation of event

When the event takes place – what we need to know, things to be aware of

Lunch

Session 3: Workshop

Budget and management

Creating a budget and managing the budget – making sure you stick to the budget

Coffee break

Session 4: Simulation

Budget and management continued

Night Out

DAY 6

Session 1: Workshop

Planning an event from start to finish

planning an event based on your needs

Coffee break

Session 2:

planning event (continued)

Financial considerations

Lunch

Session 3: Workshop

Group work: learning from each other when planning events

discussion of event ideas in groups and working together to plan an events.

Coffee break

Session 4: Workshop continued

Presentation of participants’ working plans

DAY 7

Session 1: Project

Correcting mistakes of previous workshop

looking at the mistakes made and correcting them – open discussion.

Lunch

Session 2: Project evaluation

Group discussion and evaluation

Evaluation of the results and reflection on the effectiveness of methods used for problem-solving

Coffee break

Session 3: Award ceremony

Day 8

Departures

 

FEE IN € FOR ACCOMMODATION AND ALL MEALS: €750

COURSE FEE IN €
(TUITION AND MATERIALS):€750

CANCELLATION FEE IN € (WHERE APPLICABLE):€250

PROVISION FOR SPECIAL NEEDS: YES

DETAILS OF SPECIAL NEEDS PROVISION (IF PRESENT):
Please provide us with your special needs so that we can make all needed arrangements

 

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Detalles

Inicia:
30 marzo, 2014
Finaliza:
6 abril, 2014
Categoría del Evento:

Lugar

Pontevedra, España

Organizador

OTI (One Terrene International)
Traducción