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Events Management: For tourism, cultural, business and sporting events (4e)
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Hospitality and Culinary Arts. Features Learning objectives outline key issues and concepts for each chapter Graphs and tables throughout clearly illustrate waten and strategies Summaries at the end of each chapter set out the competencies students will have mastered Case studies and activities lybn students a chance to put their newly acquired skills into practice and build a portfolio of evidence Two assessment tasks designed to integrate learning from Parts 1 and 2, together with an example of an Event Grant Application List of references to assist students in sourcing further industry specific information A mix of pro forma documents which can be used in the workplace, including a detailed working example of a full grant proposal.
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Chapter 16 Events Management Services. Chapter 18 Crowd Control.
There are no second chances, and there are no opportunities for the manager to plan, organise, train, coach, empower and delegate over an extended period. Size and types of events; Event teams; Concept and design; Feasibility; Legal compliance; Event marketing; Sponsorship; Promotion; Financial management; Risk management; Planning; Protocol; Choosing the managememt site; Developing the theme; Conducting rehearsals; Managing the environment; Staffing; Leadership; Operations and logistics; Safety and security; Crowd management and evacuation; Monitoring, control and evaluation; and Careers in a changing environment.
Chapter 5 Quality Customer Service. Chapter 30 Event Proposals and Bids. Chapter 21 Financial Information. Chapter 25 Event Feasibility. From this book readers will learn how to design, plan, market, and stage an event.
Event Legal Compliance 6. Chapter 17 Safety and Security Risks. Event management is quite different from ordinary business management. For tourism, cultural, business and dder events continues to be an essential text for anyone wishing to enter the rapidly growing field of event management.
Other editions – View all Event Management: Qagen new edition covers all the skills and knowledge students need to become successful event managers. Chapter 29 Financial Operations. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Chapter 23 Event Trends and Practices. Since then, she has been involved in many major events, including the Beijing Olympic Games, as well as many smaller Australian music and community events. And learn what they need to know about legal compliance, risk management, financial control, and how to evaluate the success of the events they stage.
Chapter 28 Public Relations Strategies. Chapter 13 People Performance.
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