Managing Events

Candidates achieving this certificate will be able to co-ordinate an event which meets the expectations of the client. They will demonstrate an understanding of all the elements of the event and the inter-relatedness of the elements, events, context and external factors which might influence the event and the impact there-of. Demonstrate an ability to supply appropriate alternatives to problems, constraints and risks. They will monitor and improve the event based on critical reviews of evaluation. Learners competent in event co-ordination will deliver a professional, feasible and creative event. .

do you?

+ Participate in event planning?
+ Co-ordinate functions with your organisation?
+ Supply products or services to the hospitality industry?

who should be trained?

Trainers, Facilitators, Education & Training Development Practitioners, Human Resources & Human Resource Development Practitioners, Teachers, Lecturers, Line Managers, Supervisors, Subject Matter Specialists, Consultants, Coaches And Mentors
You may qualify for RPL?
Recognition of prior learning is the process by which you may apply to receive recognition for the qualification based on verifiable evidence previously attained.

Apply for RPL?

Apply for Assessment of your evidence submission?

+ Execute an event planning schedule as well as a logistics and operational plan.
+ Control an event budget.
+ Co-ordinate the registration, admission and seating procedures.
+ Oversee resources.
+ Conduct mid-event evaluations.

It is assumed that the learner has workplace communication and workplace numeracy either at NQF 5, or is currently obtaining these standards. The learner should be competent in, or concurrently complete the unit standard “Understand the inter-relatedness of Event Elements”.
Learners are assessed using a Portfolio of Evidence (PoE). You complete these assessments in your own time. This portfolio will be assessed by a registered assessor and feedback will be provided.
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