Event Planning

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Event Planning


Successful event planning starts with possessing good communication skills, being highly organized, and having the ability to follow up with vendors until completion. Preparation before, during, and after is crucial in helping reach your desired objectives.

Event Planning

Creating an event is no small feat. It takes planning and understanding of the process. When planning an event, there are a multitude of tasks to consider. In this guide we will explore together how to effectively plan and produce an event.

Event Planning

Types of Events

An event is a planned social occasion. Events can be small intimate family gatherings, or huge galas. You can have an event for charity, or for your baby’s first steps. Because the spectrum is so vast, there are of course many different types of events. In this section, we will review the most common types of events. Conferences and Seminars are one example.

Conferences and Seminars

Conferences and seminars are meetings for discussion or training. Usually, they are offered in a large setting, like an auditorium, and have speakers. These types of events can have singular or multiple speakers. They can incorporate an open forum or have a question-and-answer allotted time. A corporation can use this type of event to train new employees, or share new techniques for the employees’ job. They can also use this forum to get feedback from their employees on new implemented policies. A group such as a club or non-corporate organization, can use this type of event for giving information to its members, or getting feedback. An example would be Boy Scouts of America Troup Leaders collecting for a conference on new merit badges.

With our course, you will learn how to anticipate and solve common planning issues for any small event such as informal gatherings, up to complex meetings. Effectively troubleshooting will help ensure a happy and enjoyable event.

Course Objectives:

  • Understand the different types of events
  • Understand the planning process
  • Know how to organize your event
  • Understand how to manage and organize your staff effectively
  • Know how to tie up loose ends after the event



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