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.
What you would be learning
Research has consistently demonstrated that when clear goals are associated with learning, it occurs more easily and rapidly. With that in mind, let's review our goals.
At the end of this workshop, participants should be able to:
Understand the different types of events
Understand the planning process
Know how to organize your event
Understand how to organize your staff, and delegate to them effectively
Know what to do after the event
Certificates issued on completion
statement of accomplishment
A statement of accomplishment establishes that a student has sufficiently and adequately completed about 80% of the course's requirement and is expected to have properly understood the underlying skill and knowledge being taught, and can apply them with little or no supervision.
Event Planning Expert
The Slatecube Event Planning Expert certificate held by this bearer deems them fit to handle an event's design, implementation and maintenance at any scale, and irrespective of the organization’s size.
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