BUSINESS LEVEL 2 CERTIFICATE IN EVENT PLANNING (QCF) 1 YEAR NCFE
1. Qualification detail
|Qualification name||Certificate in Event Planning|
|Course type||Full time|
|Course start date||03 September 2019|
|Additional pricing information||Price on Enquiry|
|Funding information||Advanced Learner Loans available|
|Attendance pattern||Not known|
2. Course description
If you are considering a career in events planning and management, including conferences, music festivals, weddings and sporting events, then this is the course for you. It provides you with the opportunity to develop your knowledge of the industry and the principles of event planning and gain a broad knowledge and understanding of the business sector. Course content The programme delivers the underpinning knowledge and enables you to develop practical skills in event planning and business. It also promotes skills in team working, communication, planning and organisation and time management. You will also undertake English and maths as necessary. This course is designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to work successfully in the events planning and business and commercial sector and/or to progress onto a Level 3 course. You will study a range of event planning and business units including: -Planning an event -Event review and evaluation -Enterprise -Marketing -Visual merchandising -Human Resource planning at events -Communication and Customer Service at events ?What can I do next? The course will prepare you for progression into further study at Level 3 or into an apprenticeship or employment. On completion of the course you will achieve the NCFE Level 2 Certificate in Event Planning and an Extended Certificate in Business.
3. Entry requirements
Two GCSEs at grade A*-C plus English at grade 3 or above
4. Equipment required
You will need to provide your own writing material, paper and folder. You will also need a storage device (USB) to save computerised work.
5. Assessment method
Assessment is through a combination of internal and external methods. Two units are assessed as external assessment, all other units are assessed through a range of techniques including course work, case studies and practical projects including presentations and observations.
|Name||Old Mill Lane|
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