The following links are provided for the information of our Gold Coast event management course participants, as well as event managers/coordinators in general.
This guide can help event planners and managers develop and manage ‘defined and structured’ and ‘defined and unstructured’ events as these events provide the greatest potential for improved outcomes. ‘Undefined and unstructured’ events are more difficult to manage and modify and require significant consultation between government departments, local councils, licensees, and community and business groups. When planning any type of event there are many aspects to be considered along with the operational details. A financial management plan, sponsorship plan, marketing plan, research study and event evaluation may all be required to ensure that events are a success.
This document outlines the 6 key steps in developing an event risk management plan.
This guide is designed around a series of activities which are intended to build the skills and knowledge necessary to plan and deliver sporting events.
This guide sets out requirements that event managers need to take into accountin a range of specific areas: bins and toilets, rides and animals, temporary buildings and structures, electrical and gas safety, noise management and event accessibility.
More helpful event planning resources
- NSW & Sydney event planning resources »
- QLD, Brisbane & Gold Coast event planning resources »
- Victorian & Melbourne event planning resources »
- WA, SA, ACT, Tasmania and NT event planning resources »
- International event planning resources »
- Festival and Special Event Management book »
- Events Management book »
- Regional Event Management Handbook »
Our QLD Event Management Courses
Our four-day Gold Coast Executive Certificate in Event Management Course (Business and Public Events) is based on an extensive survey of event industry professionals. The program is specifically designed to both enhance the skill and knowledge base of those already employed to plan and deliver events and to serve as a sound platform for those people seeking to launch careers in the exciting and varied field of event management.
About Event Training Australia
Event Training Australia (ETA) has its origins in the recently closed Australian Event Award winning Australian Centre for Event Management (ACEM), University of Technology, Sydney.
ETA was established to continue, and build upon, ACEM’s event training and education legacy. As such, ETA draws on over 20 years of experience in the development of innovative practice-based education and training programs in the event management field. These programs span one-day workshops to Masters level university courses. ETA’s understanding of ‘best practice’ event management is further reflected in its founder’s (Dr Rob Harris) co-authoring of the widely used texts and handbooks – Festival and Special Event Management, Event Management and the Regional Event Management Handbook.
DISCLAIMER : The resources on this page are provided for general information purposes only. Event Training Australia (ETA) is not responsible for their content or the guidance they provide. Should a link not function, please advise us ([email protected]) so that we may take appropriate action.