Course descriptionGain an understanding of the expertise required to produce an event, including sound, lighting, special effects, audiovisual and more. You will differentiate between an event timeline, a production schedule and production scripts. Learn industry terminology and how to assess technical requirements in order to have meaningful negotiations, discussions and event execution with vendors.
PrerequisitesXEVT 10011 - Introduction to Event Planning with a minimum grade of C
AND XEVT 20001 - Resource Management for Event Planning with a minimum grade of C
AND XEVT 20002 - Event Logistics with a minimum grade of C
AND XEVT 20003 - Event Risk Management with a minimum grade of C
AND XEVT 20004 - Event Marketing with a minimum grade of C
- Event Management Extension Certificate : Required courses